Marine corps veteran Michael Whaley has a powerful message condemning followers of the Black Lives Matter movement who hate white people and police.
The former marine, who has made several previous videos denouncing the George Soros-funded Black Lives Matter movement, says “all lives matter,” even the life of Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth, who was shot by a black man in Houston, Texas, Friday.
“That police officer [Darren Goforth] that got killed by that black man because that black man listened to what you all were saying about going out and killing white people. That police officer’s life mattered,” Whaley says.
Whaley, 27, claims he had previously attempted to post his message to Facebook, where it was deleted.
“Facebook is trying to silence me cause I speak too much truth, but that’s OK though Facebook I still love y’all,” he says.
The activist also takes issue with black detractors who call him names like “Uncle Tom” and “house nigger,” which he shrugs off as minor insults.
“I had drill instructors in boot camp that had better insults than y’all,” Whaley says. “The reason I don’t have a lot of black supporters — I’m going to tell you the God’s honest truth. The reason why I don’t have a lot of black supporters is because black people can’t accept the truth about themselves. Black people admitting to the truth is like them snitching on themselves, and black people have this no snitching rule.”
Whaley told Biz Pac Review he’s taken up promoting the “All lives matter” campaign in dedication to his mother and the people he met while in the Marine Corps, “each of whom taught him to be color blind and love people for who they are.”
Whaley’s is one of a growing chorus of black voices helping fight back against the radical, and increasingly violent Black Lives Matter movement, which is losing support by the day.
A similar rant went viral earlier this month in which a black mother pointed out that the Black Lives Matter movement was nowhere to be found following the drive-by shooting death of a 9-year-old girl in Ferguson.
“Are you fucking kidding me? Police brutality?” Peggy Hubbard asked Black Lives Matter supporters. “How about black brutality. You black people, my black people, you are the fucking most violent motherfuckers I have ever seen in my life.”
A Rasmussen poll conducted last month found that 64% of African-Americans prefer the term “all lives matter” over “black lives matter,” indicating the movement is losing favorability with many black Americans.