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Two black women uploaded a video to Twitter early Friday imploring whites to stop kneeling in supposed ‘solidarity’ with blacks and liberals as a gesture to Minneapolis man George Floyd who died at the hands of police last week.
“Melissa A.,” who describes herself on Twitter as “Conservative, Trumpublican, Wife, mother and Child of the Most High God,” wrote on her video post, “Two black women make a plea to white people to stop apologizing for being white & bowing down to black people in #whiteguilt propaganda being promoted by the liberal machine.”
As she begins her message, Melissa, who is black, says, “Hiya. It’s time to wake up and smell the coffee. White people, stop it. Stop it. Because right now, y’all are headed to the point of no return. Y’all are bowing and kissing people’s feet, are you stupid?”
The video then pans over to another black woman who wasn’t identified.
“If you’re a Christian, and you’re white, and you accept that kind of demonic behavior, you need to repent,” the second woman says. “It’s against the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross. It’s demonic, and it has to stop.”
“It hurts my heart to see this,” she continued. “It’s ungodly. It’s idolatry. Stop it!”
Leftist activists and others leading or involved in protesting the death of Floyd more than a week ago appear to have adopted — even required — the taking of a knee as a sign of support for their calls to ‘reform’ police and end brutality they insist is widespread.
In one viral scene, a white woman (presumably a liberal) was asked to get on her knees and repent for her whiteness. Which she didn’t hesitate to do.
White woman commanded to get on her knees and apologize for her 'white privilege' https://t.co/719GrYO8L0
— Jack Furnari (@JackBPR) June 3, 2020
To that end, some police officers have complied with demonstrators demanding the act, and at least one National Guard unit in California has done so as well, which was followed by condemnation from some current and former military members.
My view? I only kneel in church (or I would if I wasn’t one of those protestants who wears cargo shorts to services) and nowhere else. I think it was a terrible message and that our enemies will read it as weakness.
You have all the arguments and my view.
You decide. 6/
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) June 4, 2020
The second woman noted further people should “repent” if they have “apologized for the color the Lord has made you.”
“And by God, if you ever kneel down in front of the black man or any man, repent,” she urged.
The video pans back over to Melissa, who adds to her friend’s message.
“It’s time for y’all to stop because we’re really heading towards the End Times,” she said, a Biblical reference to the last days before the end of the world.
“The last thing we need is our own soldiers in the army of God to be deceived,” she continued.
“They’re burning our country to the ground. They’re trying to take us out. A miracle is going to be gone as we know it, the greatest country in the world” is in danger of being torn down, Melissa added.
“It’s time for us to come together. We had a Civil War. God forbid China decides to go to war with us now while we’re having a civil war,” she said.
In a Breitbart video retweeted by Melissa, a black woman dressed down a white liberal woman for claiming that black people are “oppressed,” which she claims is a “lie.”
During a heated exchange, the black woman also demands to know why whites and blacks are not protesting against regular killings of black men by other black men in inner cities.
Black woman pushes back on white leftist telling her she’s oppressed.pic.twitter.com/T6Hr0meQn7
— The Moderate Man (@TheModerateMan) June 4, 2020
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