Black Lives Matter Activist Blasts Public Over Looting: 'Get Over It!'
BLM Chicago speaker defends rioting and looters: 'These buildings are insured'
A Black Lives Matter activist has slammed public anger over months of violent rioting and looting, demanding that society should just "get over it."
During a rally in Chicago late this week, the BLM speaker screamed at the media and at society as a whole for being upset by the destruction as looters steal from businesses.
The activist, who identified herself as Alycia Moaton, tried to shame the public over their response to the violent crime wave, arguing that "these buildings are insured."
Moaton repeatedly demonized law enforcement officials and suggested that it's acceptable to throw projectiles at cops because the police have “bullets.”
“People are worried about looting, and there are literal lives being taken away?” Moaton yelled at the cheering crowd.
“There are people who are dying, and y’all are mad about people looting Mag Mile? Get over it! These buildings are insured.”
“Materials will come back, but we will not come back if they kill us!” she continued.
“What do y’all not get about that?
"Gucci, Apple store, whatever it is—that stuff will be replaced, but we won’t be replaced.
"We lose our lives, people lose our lives every single day for this cause, and y’all are mad about the wrong s**t!”
Which side are you on? (4/4) pic.twitter.com/iU23CJqlQn— BLMChicago (@BLMChi) August 20, 2020
Excusing and even promoting violence has become a common theme for speakers at Black Lives Matter events.
One BLM leader encouraged supporters to attempt to "wipe out" white people.
As Neon Nettle reported in July, Black Lives Matter leader Yusra Khogali describes white people as "genetic defects" and insists that black people could "literally wipe out the white race."
Khogali, a Toronto Black Lives Matter chapter co-founder, argues that "white skin is sub-humxn" and says she prays to Allah for the "strength" not to "kill" or harm "white folks."
In social media posts, Khogali mulled over how the white race could be "wiped out" by black people.