The mother of Tamir Rice, a child who was shot dead during a police encounter in Cleveland, is calling race huckster Shaun King “a white man acting black” for siphoning money from Black Lives Matter (BLM) and other social justice causes.
Samaria Rice, a leftist BLM supporter, is enraged on how grifters have descended upon the movement to take the focus off of alleged victims of police abuse. She is putting King in her crosshairs. https://lockerdome.com/lad/13522415460496486?pubid=ld-dfp-ad-13522415460496486-0&pubo=https%3A%2F%2Fbigleaguepolitics.com&rid=bigleaguepolitics.com&width=788
“Personally I don’t understand how you sleep at night,” Samaria Rice said about King’s alleged embezzlement of $60,000 in funds raised off of her son’s death. “I never gave you permission to raise nothing.”
Furthermore, Samaria Rice explained how her “cop and donut conversation” with King featured nothing but “all lies” from the notorious fraudster.
“Please stop thinking we’re on the same page,” Rice wrote. “As a white man acting black you are an imposter that can not be trusted.”
“You are a selfish self centered person and God will deal with you White man,” she added.
Big League Politics has reported on the subversive behavior of King as he has supported domestic terrorism for the purposes of advancing his radical left-wing agenda:
“Blogger Shaun King, a social justice activist with Black Lives Matter who rose to infamy after being exposed for faking African-American heritage, defended ANTIFA terrorist Willem Van Spronsen in a series of tweets.
King has since deleted the tweets, which NewsChute noted was a clear violation of Twitter’s terms of service, where he defended the man who was killed after attacking a migrant detention center in Tacoma, WA with a rifle and incendiary devices on Saturday morning.
“Willem Van Spronsen just became the first martyr attempting to liberate imprisoned refugees from a for-profit detention center in Tacoma, Washington. His hero was John Brown -the white abolitionist who led the raid on harpers Ferry in 1859,” King wrote. “This is what our country has come to.”
He referred to the deranged manifesto released by Van Spronsen as a “beautiful, painful, devastating letter” before giving a defense of sorts for violence against government officials.
“His actions will be called terrorism and people will call him crazy, but neither are true. His mind was very clear,” he wrote.
“He wasn’t crazy – inaction is,” King added…
“If we have doctors, historians, and leading congresspeople calling these facilities “torture facilities” and “concentration camps,” and we all see the deaths piling up, and the conditions growing perilous, the question becomes: What exactly are we going to do about it?” King asked.
“For all the years that we’ve read and heard about concentration camps in other countries under other regimes, I don’t think many of us fully considered what we would do if such camps were built and operated in our nation, by our government, on our watch, on our dime. But that’s exactly where we are right now,” he added.
Whether consciously or subconsciously, Van Spronsen acted on King’s directive on Saturday morning during his rampage against federal officials overwhelmed by the Soros-driven migrant crisis. The non-stop incendiary rhetoric from the Left has finally turned deadly.”
As it becomes more obvious that the BLM movement was a scam from the start, more principled leftists will begin to speak out against it.