LESS than an hour after it was completed on Saturday afternoon, vandals got here for the Black Lives Matter avenue slogan in Martinez, Calif.
A lady in flip-flops and a patriotic shirt splattered a can of black paint over the intense yellow “L” in “Black” heaving her paint curler over the letters outdoors the Contra Costa County courthouse. Her companion, a person in a crimson “Four More Years” shirt from President Trump’s marketing campaign and crimson “Make America Great Again” hat, instructed onlookers, “No one wants Black Lives Matter here.”
“What is wrong with you?” somebody requested the unidentified vandals from off-camera, in a viral video of the incident additionally shared by police.
“We’re sick of this narrative, that’s what’s wrong,” the person responded. “The narrative of police brutality, the narrative of oppression, the narrative of racism. It’s a lie.”
The lady scrubbed away along with her black paint curler, wanting as much as say, “Keep this s— in f—– New York. This is not happening in my town.”