Last Updated on February 17, 2022
Video footage from Black Lives Matter and left-wing riots in Bellevue, Washington this week shows a female agitator repeatedly shrilling, “I can’t wait until black people lynch white people!” Other rioters also chime in to voice agreement with the insurrectionist, black supremacist narrative.
“I can’t wait until black people hang you!” the protester screams at an onlooker, who is caught off guard and says, “Wait, what was that? Do you want to say it again?”
“Um yeah,” the female agitator responds, taking a deep breath before bellowing, “I can’t wait until black people lynch white people!”
Several alarmed bystanders express concern over the rhetoric, with one stating, “I don’t know if anybody that’s white in your group would agree with that statement, that was weird.” Another female agitator shoots her hand up in the air and cries, “I’m white and I agree with that! I agree with that!”
— PrimetimePatriot (@RealPTPatriot) May 12, 2021
Though insurrectionist anti-white rhetoric often shocks apolitical bystanders, it has consistently formed the corner of “racial justice” protest. In April, Black Lives Matter protesters in Minneapolis told a journalist that they support “street justice” on white people so they “feel the pain and the hurt”:
Black Lives Matter and racial justice protesters at the George Floyd Memorial in Minneapolis, Minnesota spoke to journalist Ami Horowitz on Tuesday, the day of the Derek Chauvin trial verdict, to express their desire to see “pain” and “hurt” inflicted on “white folks” via “street justice,” and expressed ignorance about the statistics of police-involved shooting, claiming “thousands” of unarmed black people are killed by police every day in a systemic “genocide” of the “African-American race.”
One woman added that she believes white supremacists are “most of the country,” and when asked if she would support gathering up white people to do “street justice,’” she exclaimed, “That would be ideal!”
“I don’t want to say we need to start killing all white folks, but it’s like, maybe they need to start feeling the pain and the hurt,” another female protester stated.