If the Black Lives Matter, Antifa loving youth of the United States has proven anything in 2020 it is that there is nothing sacred to them.
They denigrate the police, the military, and the very nation they live in. And on Friday, September 11, the anniversary of the worst attack in the history of our nation they took it a step further.
That is the day these miscreants, these dregs of society chose to take to Twitter and trend the hashtag #AllBuildings Matter.
Judging by some of the videos shared from this group of heartless miscreants it appears the saying comes from a Netflix comedy special done by “Saturday Night Live” star Michael Che.
— Wale Gates (@walegates) September 11, 2020
“They don’t tell you black lives don’t matter,” Che said in his 2016 special. “That’s not what they say — that’s not the argument.
“They hit you with that slick sh–. Like, well, ‘All lives matter. ‘ Really, semantics? That would be like if your wife came up to you and was like ‘Do you love me?’ And you’re like, ‘Baby, I love everybody, what are you talking about?’
“Why do black people always have to get over sh– so quickly?” he said. “Every time we bring some sh– up. Slavery. ‘Oh, that was 400 years ago.’
“Segregation. ‘You guys got Black History Month out of it. We gave you February.’ Police shooting. ‘That was two weeks — come on, still?’ 9/11. ‘Oh, never forget,’” he said before getting to his oh so hilarious 9/11 quip.
“That’s why this September, I’m getting a t-shirt that says, ‘All buildings matter.’ I’m gonna see how that works,’” he said.
Well apparently, some young people, who were either not born when the attacks happened or are too young to remember, took his advice.
— Leonard Pope (@PopeLeonard) September 11, 2020
— Flight’s Burner (@FlightReacts__) September 11, 2020
us: black lives matter
people with half a brain cell: yeah but ALL LiVeS mAtTeR
us: lol then i guess #AllBuildingsMatter
them: HoW dArE yOu ThAt iS sO diSrEsPeCtFuL
— 🖤 c a s e y 🖤 (@BlackheartCasey) September 11, 2020
9/11 is sad but let’s remember that #AllBuildingsMatter ❤️ 🌃
— marie 🌻 (@tasmariee) September 11, 2020