‘I’m black! I got bills, I got kids!’ Driver demands mostly white BLM traffic-blockers move so he can get to work

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A group of predominantly white Black Lives Matter extremists came face to face with an actual black man late Saturday in Austin, Texas as they tried blocking a highway, but unlike in their fantasies, this black man had no interest in their white savior BS.

Hey, look, I understand the cause, I appreciate it, but I gotta go to work! I’m black! I got bills, I got kids! Get the f–k out my way!” the man yelled at them.

Watch courtesy journalist Savanah Hernandez:

In response, the BLM extremists quickly caved.

“Let him through, ya’ll!” one yelled as the unnamed black man jumped back into his truck and continued on his way along the highway.

However, another tweet posted by Hernandez two minutes later showed the extremists having reformed their ranks and started blocking cars again.

Watch:

The altercation capped an eventful day and evening marked by BLM riots centered around the death last weekend of BLM extremist Garrett Foster, who was gunned down after he allegedly aimed an assault rifle at a motorist later identified as a U.S. Army sergeant.

“As a march against police violence that started at the University of Texas ended, crowds swelled near the site of a memorial to Garrett Foster, who was fatally shot during a protest there a week ago,” the Austin American-Statesman reported.

“About 9 p.m., officers arrived in force. A few protesters scuffled with officers Saturday night as authorities sought to detain an individual. … Protest organizers said police detained or arrested 20 people downtown Saturday.”

The behavior seen in downtown Austin was bad.

The extremists harassed and threatened restaurant patrons:

The extremists hassled bystanders:

The extremists tussled with local police:

The extremists set up sniper positions:

The extremists blocked highway traffic, as noted earlier:

The extremists tried “patrolling” the streets:

In response to the extremists’ shenanigans, local police reportedly swooped in — sometimes on horses, times on bikes or on foot — and began arresting people and, in some cases, applying pepper spray.

Watch:

According to reports, a couple so-called “right-wing” groups — the Three Percenters and Boogaloo Boys — were spotted earlier around Foster’s memorial. It’s not clear whether they were there to show support or to just provide security.

Watch:

The Three Percenters showed up at an event in Louisville, Kentucky, last weekend to support the police as a black nationalist group, the “Not F–king Around Coalition,” marched. The Boogaloo Boys meanwhile have been known to associate with BLM.

The riots came exactly a week after Foster was killed and two days after the motorist who allegedly killed him outed himself through his lawyers.

“Daniel Perry is an active duty sergeant with the United States Army. He is a former Eagle Scout from the North Texas area and served our country proudly for the past eight years. Sgt. Perry served a tour in Afghanistan and has been the recipient of numerous army awards and commendations,” lawyers with the Dallas-based firm Broken & Mickelsen announced in a statement Thursday.

Foster’s allies have tried to portray Perry as a ruthless murderer and Foster as a gentle giant, despite evidence showing Foster had been a ruthless extremist.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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