To: Rep. Briscoe, J.,
Subject: Black Lives Matter are the true racists
Attachments: Letter_from Birmingham Jail 1963.pdf , Body:
I am sending this letter to Utah Business. I hope you will all endorse it and forward it to them. It's time to push back and call a spade a spade. It's time to state the facts. Yes, there are still problems, but the thugs of Black Lives Matter and the Left do not have the solutions.
I have attached a Letter from Birmingham Jail written by Martin Luther King, Jr. in August of 1963. Hold it up next to Black Lives Matter. There is no resemblance. "All lives matter." Please don't cower from this opportunity to be heard. Enjoy.
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
To Utah Business,
I was SHOCKED to see the following on your email today “
Black Lives Matter is, in fact, one of the most racist organizations in the country. They are an uncivilized, armed mob, incite violence, looters, disrupt peaceful demonstrations, defy our First Amendment Rights to free speech, and seize private and government property. They have no tolerance for other points of view. Their Socialist/Marxist philosophy ‘social justice’ is diametrically opposed to the principles of our founding documents.
Why would you endorse them? Why would I support them? Why would anyone trust them when they, the real racists, call me a racist and smear American society with slogan, aphorisms and platitudes that are inflammatory lies.
Of course, America has lots of problems. Of course, some Americans are racist. But they are the racist of racists. They are the anti-democratic anti-republic force working to destroy our inalienable rights and power as articulated in the Declarations of Independence and US Constitution.
In Seattle, they have created their fake country, Chop. It is a caldron of disfunction. Chop has armed boarders to restrict entrance and exit. Their whole movement is rife with hypocrisy.
Shame on you, Utah Business. You should remove “Utah” from your name because you don’t even come close to representing the people of Utah. Instead of supporting our adversaries, how about trying to solve the problems of our own communities, boots on the ground, eyeball-to-eyeball, one-on-one instead of backing violence and armed conflict from the safety of your organizational cover. Shame on you.