In a series of opinion pieces about George Floyd and the United States, The New York Times bemoaned that public support for Black Lives Matter has collapsed and the so-called racial reckoning it hoped for did not materialize.
Support for BLM, a violent Marxist and black supremacist movement, has particularly declined among Republicans, whites, and Hispanics, though Democrats and blacks have slightly distanced themselves, too.
Net support for BLM among Democrats and Republicans hovered around zero, meaning that Americans neither supported nor opposed the group, until a series of decontextualized, sensationalized, and often fake stories filled corporate media and the internet.
Then the riots started. By the end of the summer, net support among Republicans dropped 30 points to -15 percent, while Democratic support inched down to about +11 percent.
Since then, BLM’s approval rating has held mostly steady, with a slight downward trend among Republicans.
Of all races, Hispanics and Latinos registered the highest net-positive support, at about +20 percent, for BLM at the start of the riots. This demographic, in the aggregate, now shows +1 percent net support.
Black support started slightly lower, at about +11 percent, and has fallen to +6 percent.
White support for BLM peaked at about +14 percent pre-riots and has since tumbled 20 points to about -6 percent.
As Americans come to understand the Marxist ideology and violent nature that lies behind the organization’s otherwise agreeable-sounding name, they dislike BLM more and more.
While Americans oppose BLM in greater numbers, federal, state, and local governments push its political propaganda with greater force.
President Joe Biden‘s regime has asked American embassies to fly the BLM flag—which reads “Black Lives Matter” in black-and-white text with or without a raised black fist, the symbol of Black Supremacist ideology, Human Events reported.
The State Department sent a memo in which it instructed embassies to use the “term ‘Black Lives Matter’ in messaging content, speeches, and other diplomatic engagements with foreign audiences to advance racial equity and access to justice.”
The State Department sent the memo to prepare embassies to celebrate the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death on Tuesday, May 25. Biden’s foreign policy will focus on spreading Marxist racial ideology to other nations.
“We encourage posts to focus on the need to eliminate systemic racism and its continued impact,” the memo said.
The State Department echoed BLM’s political propaganda and undermined the nation’s law enforcement by arguing that the “world saw firsthand [on May 25] how police officers brutally took the life of an unarmed Black man in the United States.”
The Hatch Act prohibits federal bureaucrats from engaging in political activity with taxpayer dollars, yet the State Department argues that pro-BLM activism is not “political activity.”
BLM explicitly promotes political goals, like abolishing the two-parent family, the police, prisons, and courts.
At the local level, The Gresham-Barlow School District in Oregon has asked that schools be allowed to fly BLM and Progressive Pride flags, Legal Insurrection reported.