You won’t believe this letter is real. Not at first. It’s what the kids call “too perfect.” And it IS absolutely total perfection. But it IS real. The website exists, the address exists, the domain is registered, the activism is legitimate. This letter from a BLM organization demanding “white allies” in the ritzy and heavily Democrat Highland Park area of the Lone Star State demanding they sign a pledge not to send their kids to good colleges was SENT. It was received, and it’s online.
That’s called real. Sorry libs. (Not sorry.)
It is amazing.
I’m dead right now. 😂Highland Park is one of the richest areas in Texas. These Democrat parents would walk across hot coals & plan a murder for the chance their kids go to an Ivy League or other top schools. Then they get this from a Black Lives Matter Organization. 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/WlmxNRiPco
— Kathleen McKinley (@KatMcKinley) July 25, 2021
I put the image in the post instead of leaving it in the tweet so you can get a good look at it. (click to see full size)
Lots of interactions on that tweet.
I love it so much.
— Julie Gunlock (@JGunlock) July 25, 2021
— Bridget Phetasy (@BridgetPhetasy) July 25, 2021
Yes, this is real. https://t.co/ToTA6qlhEs
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) July 25, 2021
There’s really not much I can add to this except to point it out. And point out that this is a real letter and real pledge from a real website. If someone is questioning the sincerity of the motive behind it, that seems like a philosophical question don’t it?
What we know for sure is this is a real document that exists, and there are more than one.
Tough luck libs, your agenda is exposed once again. Hilariously.