Since the killing of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter has made it a point to terrorize cities across America – all in the name of social justice. But let’s take a closer look into the movement and the people that organize and lead the group through Portland and Kenosha, looting and vandalizing along the way. One of their leaders is none other than Frank David Sensabaugh, who is now in custody for third-degree sexual assault, but that is just the tip of the man referred to as “Frank Nitty II”.
Sadly, Black Lives Matter should do a better job of picking the people they choose to lead them. Not only has Sensabaugh been a prominent figure in the BLM movement, but he also rose to fame after attending several protests and chanting, “White supremacists … if you point your guns at us, you will die.” Known for having a short attitude and violent demeanor, Sensabaugh forgot to mention his lengthy criminal background which included, drug manufacturing charges, driving with a revoked license, and owing over $90,000 in child support.
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All of his previous charges don’t include his most recent arrest with the Black Lives Matter movement. Just three months ago, Nitty was arrested for disorderly conduct when he led a group that would block traffic along the highway in Indiana.
It doesn’t stop there for Nitty as he was approached by police again in August when he attended a Black Lives Matter march that crossed onto private property. While details are still unknown, we do know that the event did result in gunfire being exchanged and one protester being taken to a nearby hospital for injuries.
But remember, this is the man that BLM is okay with letting led them. They call for reform and reeducation but all they do is loot businesses and destroy lives all in the name of a better tomorrow.Where is the justice for the people who work twelve-hour days and now have no business to work at? Or the mother who was assaulted by BLM members for nothing more than being a Trump Supporter? Where is the justice for them?
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on November 23, 2020. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.
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