“Tucker Carlson told the truth about #BLM: it has nothing to do with Black lives, conservative commentator and Blexit movement leader Candace Owens said Tuesday, calling comments from the Fox News hosts Monday show.
If the so-called “Black Lives Matter” movement was actually about saving Black lives, it would care about the Black lives lost in the violent protests taking place throughout the country, Owens tweeted. The movement is, in reality, about “Black Anarchy.” she wrote, adding that she “will never bend a knee to that”:
“Tucker Carlson told the truth about #BLM: it has nothing to do with black lives. When 18 black people are murdered in 24 hours in Chicago #GeorgeFloyd riots, plus 10 people shot in Brooklyn in one hour— the movement is about black anarchy.
“And I will never bend a knee to that.”
On his Monday show, Carlson said that, while the movement should be about saving Black lives, it’s not. And, instead of supporting policies that would save and improve Black lives, Democratic leaders promote those that are harmful to them, Carlson said:
“What is going on? What is this about? Even the outlines are blurry at this point. But, we know one this: no matter what they tell you, it has very little to do with Black lives. If only it did.
“If Democratic leaders cared about saving the lives of Black people – and they should – they wouldn’t ignore the murder of thousands of young Black men in their cities every year. They wouldn’t put abortion clinics in Black neighborhoods.
“They would do their best to improve the public schools and to encourage intact families, which we know beyond a shadow of a doubt is central to the live prospects of children. They would try to make Black neighborhoods as safe as their own neighborhoods.”
“But, they don’t even consider doing any of this. They don’t even try. Instead, they encourage theft and mayhem, as if that will help. It will not help.”
“This may be a lot of things, this moment we’re going through, but it is definitely not about Black lives,” Carlson said, warning Americans that the movement will eventually turn its sights on them:
“And, remember that when they come for you. And, at this rate, they will.”