Former Vice President Joe Biden may have just lost the support of Black Lives Matter forever after he held a meeting with civil rights leaders on Tuesday and failed to invite anyone from their organization.

“Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and Rep. Cedric Richmond met with several civil rights groups yesterday. @blklivesmatter — as the largest social justice movement in history — was not invited,” the official Black Lives Matter Twitter account tweeted.

Not stopping their, the radically leftwing political organization later added, “The night of their victory, we sent @joebiden and @kamalaharris a letter requesting a meeting. It has now been 32 days and we have yet to receive a response. To set up a meeting with civil rights leaders, without BLM, is unacceptable.”

Black Lives Matter then demanded a “seat at the table” alongside a petition calling for Biden and Kamala Harris to meet with them.

Black Lives Matter was triggered after being left out of a Tuesday meeting in which Biden talked about various positions in his administration, most notably the type of person he would nominate as attorney general.

Politico reported of the meeting:

The conversation was centered on racial justice and equity — racial equity is among the four pillars Biden laid out as top priorities on his transition website. Race was also a key issue in the presidential election, as Americans all over the country took to the streets to protest racial injustice amid a pandemic that has disproportionately affected black and brown communities. Plus, black voters not only saved Biden’s presidential primary campaign but also helped elevate him to the White House in November.

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“You cannot respond by not having an attorney general that has a background in civil rights,” Reverend Al Sharpton reportedly recalled telling Biden during a news conference. ” My preference, I said to him, is to have a black attorney general. … I said, however, the least we could have is someone that has a proven civil rights background, not someone that’s gonna handle this heightened, racist, bigoted atmosphere with on-the-job training.”

Perhaps Biden is finally regretting getting in bed with Black Lives Matter and other radically liberal groups.