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Steven Crowder Holds 'Black Lives Matter is a Domestic Terrorist Organization' Event in Austin, Texas


YouTuber and political commentator Steven Crowder announced the launch of another event in his viral “Change My Mind” series Tuesday which is titled, “Black Lives Matter Is A Domestic Terror Organization.”

The event was held in Crowder’s hometown of Austin, Texas, which has been ravaged by rioting and looting related to Black Lives Matter protests in recent months.

Crowder posted about the event on social media, posting a photo of the “Change My Mind” banner to Twitter with the caption “Something tells me this is going to be a fun one… 901 Congress Ave, Austin, TX. LET’S GO!”

Many users expressed concern for Crowder’s safety in the tweet’s replies section, as public criticism of black Lives Matter has resulted in deadly violence more than once this year. Most recently, an Indiana mother was murdered for telling a group of Black Lives Matter Activists “All Lives Matter.”

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Crowder posted a second tweet about the event on Tuesday captioned, “Come one, come all! #BlackLivesMatter is a Domestic Terrorist Organization. Change My Mind. 901 Congress Ave, #Austin, TX.”

Crowder’s Change My Mind events typically entail someone who disagrees with his take on the day’s topic of discussion sitting across from Crowder behind a desk and engaging in a back-and-forth conversation about the issue.

While the full footage of Crowder’s “Black Lives Matter is a Domestic Terrorist Organization” has not yet been posted to social media, video of a Black Lives Matter activist threatening to “curse” Crowder’s “firstborn son” with witchcraft has circulated online.

Another Black Lives Matter activist also attempted to silence the event by drowning it out with a motorcycle.

READ MORE: VIDEO: Male Witch Threatens to Curse Steven Crowder and His First Born Son for Disagreeing with Black Lives Matter

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