When white supremacists show you who they are, believe them the first time.
Kimberly Joyner

Don’t worry about “slippery slopes” or “false dilemmas”, Kimberly, your points are right on and need to be voiced by more who take the threat of these white supremacists seriously. It takes courage and fortitude to defend a healthy democracy. Rather than those who wish to defend white supremacists with the false cloak of “free speech”, we recognize that this cloak has little to do with democracies that have their foundation in positive values. If equity and fairness are important values to you, then you recognize that Black Lives Matter represent important issues that need redressing. To compare this movement with white supremacists is ludicrous, it’s only done by people who are either naive or are sympathetic to white supremacy values.

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