A BLM activist was arrested in Charleston, SC after he jumped over the yellow tape dividing the two sides in the protests and attempting to make off with a Confederate flag. He felt justified in the act, yet would have cried like a baby if the counter protesters had leaped over the tape and tried to steal the protesters Obamaphones and EBT cards.
Police arrested a Charleston, South Carolina Black Lives Matter (BLM) leader after he tried to steal a Confederate flag at a protest Wednesday.
Live camera caught Moye trying to wrest the flag from the protester. Moye was eventually charged with disorderly conduct, according to Charleston Police Department spokesperson Charles Francis.
Showing Up For Racial Justice in Charleston, an activist group, has since taken to asking for bail money for Moye. They are trying to raise $8,000 to pay for it.
“HELP BAIL MUHIYYIDIN OUT! NOW!” the page reads, adding that it is dangerous for a black person to be in jail.