It would appear as though public sentiment is finally starting to turn against Black Lives Matter.
Over the last few years, people have seen how much destruction this movement has caused while not really doing anything for minorities in this country.
It does not help that several high-profile members of the group are now living the high life, which would explain why public sentiment is against the group for the first since in three years.
Sorry, Not Sorry
If you ask most people if black lives matter, they will say, “Yes, all lives matter.”
If you ask the same people if they support the actual organization, you have a 50/50 shot of them saying “No.”
A recent poll by CIVIQS showed that for the first time since 2018, BLM is underwater in polling, with a 43-44-12 result.
— Gabe F. Guidarini (@GabeGuidarini) October 28, 2021
The big difference now is that many independent voters who previously supported the movement no longer do.
There are even families of “victims” that were used by BLM for fundraising speaking out against the group, saying the local communities never saw anything or received any help from the organization.
There have been billions of dollars of damage done to cities in the name of BLM and the group has done nothing but sow racial discord in local communities around the globe.
Finally, people realize this organization is just another extreme wing of a political party that is no better than a neo-Nazi group.
The only difference is that they have at least one major activist in Congress and have had a seat at the White House on numerous occasions.
It is but one more problem facing the Democrat Party as we head into mid-term elections.