Arizona Community Takes a Stand Against Black Lives Matter
By Gabrielle Seunagal - September 11, 2020, 1:49 pm
"Blue Lives Matter" (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) by *hajee
Black Lives Matter has made quite a mark in the United States, although not in a positive manner.
Various studies and polls have indicated that support for the self- professed Marxist group is declining as riots break out across the nation.
Black Lives Matter is furthermore responsible for several crimes including looting, property damage, vandalism, theft, assault, and worse. The violent riots across America have already claimed several lives, prompting GOP officials to take certain actions.
Black Lives Matter Protest, Seattle WA by Kelly Kline, on Flickr Black Lives Matter Protest, Seattle WA (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) by Kelly Kline
In spite of Black Lives Matters ravagement of cities and communities (and notwithstanding them leading the charge to abolish law enforcement), certain localities have permitted the Marxist organization to plaster gaudy BLM murals on their streets.
Phoenix, Arizona, however, does not fall into this category, as Fox News informs.
Why Phoenix Refused the BLM Street Mural
This week, the Phoenix City Council confirmed that there will not be a Black Lives Matter mural on the downtown streets.
In a statement, the city council informed that existing regulations on markings in their streets block the body from approving requests for BLM murals. The Phoenix City Council also made very clear that Black Lives Matter murals are not only banned, but so are any other non-standard markings.
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