The radical liberal hate group Black Lives Matter has, to nobody’s surprise, been functioning without any real leadership or direction other than a desire to deepen the racial divide that former President Barack Obama encouraged to grow.
However, Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and its Center for the Study of Diversity and Democracy decided to understand Black Lives Matter and perhaps help them find their footing by putting out a survey to African-Americans to find out who they wanted to be the leader of Black Lives Matter.
The results ended up being quite embarrassing for Black Lives Matter, if the group’s members have any self-awareness at all. According to the survey, the person that respondents want most to run Black Lives Matter is none other than former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who kickstarted the anthem kneeling movement.
27% of the survey’s respondents voted for Kaepernick, which is more than all three of Black Lives Matter’s founders Alicia Garza, Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors got combined. Commented Northwestern professor Alvin Tillery, who ran the study, “Kaepernick’s popularity is not surprising in light of the fact that President Trump’s criticism of the ‘Take A Knee’ protests that he started in the NFL has thrown him into the national spotlight in recent weeks.”
The survey’s pick of Kaepernick drew jeers from the internet. Responded one Twitter user about Kaepernick, “He’s the perfect person to lead these morons. Plus he’s got plenty of free time.” Added another, “Kaepernick hates law enforcement. Wears socks depicting cops as pigs. Will fit right in with #BLM.” Do you think troublemaker Colin would be perfect to lead this hate group?