Black Lives Matter, guilt-tripping, LGBT community, Orlando Islamic terrorist attack, University of Missouri, vigil, white shaming
The same ilk of Marxist self-indulgent jackasses (BLM) who bitched off on social media last year after the Paris Islamic terrorist attacks that their cause was being ignored, had the audacity earlier this week to hijack an Orlando Shooting vigil at the University of Missouri.
Tiffany Melecio, Mizzou graduate and Progressive loon/activist “chastised the crowd for putting the interests of the LGBTQ community above those of ‘people of color.’”
According to the Columbia-Missourian, the vigil was organized through the collaboration of 20 plus organizations within 24 hours of the Orlando Florida Islamic terrorist attack in which 49 people died and 53 injured. It’s primary focus of the event: “healing,” “more love than hate” and utopia (my emphasis on the latter), although it is now clear that not everyone read the memo.
After the love-in, reading of the names, prayer session and moment of silence, the floor opened up.
When her turn came to speak, Melecio began “I was really nervous to get up here because there’s a lot of white people in the crowd, and that wasn’t a joke.”
Step 1 toward dividing and guilt tripping attendees during which Melecio queried, “Who are you really here for?”
What no mourning the loss of fellow Americans by a fellow Progressive?
Shamefully, the whining snowflake made it about herself, victimization and race.
…The contributions of blacks and Hispanics to the movement for equal rights in the homosexual and transgender community are being overshadowed and co-opted by whites…
“The night of the shooting was Latino night,” Melecio said, which had a deep effect on her since many of the victims are Latino.
She noted the hardships that people of color face, particularly within the LGBTQ community, and about the many layers of hate crimes.
“I’m tired of the black and white dichotomy that happens every time we talk about race or anything that goes on in our country,” Melecio said. “But we never consider the shades in between….”
Melecio’s race baiting guilt trip of the masses was met with resistance from members of the gay community in attendance.
As reported by The College Fix, the crowd disagreed, “‘We are here to be uniting, not dividing, which is what you are doing now,’ Carl Brizendine yelled…”
… Daniel Brizendine and his husband, Carl Brizendine, left the vigil as Melecio was speaking. Daniel Brizendine said he has lived in Orlando, been a customer at Pulse and knows people who go there regularly. Melecio was wrong to bring up race in the way she did, he said.
He has been marching for rights since 1982, he said. ‘Now all of a sudden I am going to be white-shamed, and I am not going to be white-shamed just because I was born with white skin…’.”
Daniel Brizendine then posted the following on his Facebook page and judging from one of the responses this hijacking/guilt tripping (or white shaming as it’s called) is occurring on various campuses by those looking to take advantage of a good crisis (Black Lives Matter crew).
Sarah Felts, Statewide Communications Coordinator at Planned Parenthood Advocates in Missouri which apparently includes the race card, guilt tripping whites and Crooked Hillary supporter experienced a backlash after dispatching the following tweet.
Disgusted & frustrated w/ the white folks who tried to silence a young queer Latina woman speaking truth at the #CoMo #WeAreOrlando vigil.
— Sarah Felts (@sarahfelts) June 14, 2016
Ppl of gay community met to grieve the worst mass shooting in US history, a homophobic attack, only to be accused of RACISM!@sarahfelts
— HudsonsUnsecuredShit (@Marakkel) June 15, 2016
.@sarahfelts you can’t be serious? She immediately turned that vigil from the REAL victims to herself. How senseless do you have to be?
— Sterling (@MoreCredible) June 15, 2016
@sarahfelts Disgusted & frustrated with the stupid bitch that tried to make it about her pet issues instead of the tragedy in Orlando
— InBeforeTheLock (@InB4L0ck) June 15, 2016
@sarahfelts The LGBT people are a multi-racial/culture community. BLM unconscionably tried to boost their message of hate. It’s discussing.
— CRasch.Net (@craschnet) June 15, 2016
As for the comments beneath the video on YouTube?