A disgusting video shows black kids at an Ohio elementary school attacking little white kids, beating them, and then forcing them to kneel and pledge allegiance to Black Lives Matter.
According to police in Springfield, Ohio, several black kids are facing assault charges after the videos showed them beating up white kids.
A group of black kids violently force white kids to say the BLM pledge
This happened in a Springfield, Ohio elementary school last month
Police finally released footage of the anti-white attack: pic.twitter.com/YHyGRXg4fj
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) March 3, 2023
Per the New York Post:
Footage obtained by WKEF showed a tall student grabbing a much smaller one around the back of the head and marching him across the Springfield playground, with another joining to hold the struggling victim.
Others joined in when he was taken to an area near swings — with one charging in and knocking the helpless youngster to the ground, seemingly throwing a punch.
Minutes later, a group of five people marched to the same spot, this time with a child hoisted over the shoulder of the ringleader — who then tosses the pupil to the ground.
A third attack appears to show the group knocking down another student and dragging him or her along the ground.
The 17-minute clip does not have sound, but Springfield police said a group of pupils had forced white children to say “‘Black lives matter” and filmed them saying it.
Folks, this is the natural, logical outcome of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Instead of simply advocating for black rights, the highly-charged, vigilante nature of the BLM movement naturally lends itself to violence, hate, and overt racism.
BLM is a direct line to racist violence.
It’s just that simple.
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