Black Woman Annihilates #BlackLivesMatter Rioters In Epic Video Now Going Viral
Peggy Hubbard is a black woman from Belleville, Illinois, an across-the-river suburb of St. Louis. On Wednesday, she recorded a rant comparing recent shootings, first in North St. Louis and then in Ferguson. The video has since gone viral.
Hubbard contrasted the fatal shooting of Mansur Ball-Bey, a thug in North St. Louis who was resisting arrest and pulled a stolen gun on police officers, with the death of Jamyla Bolden in Ferguson, when the nine-year old was shot while studying on her bed.
“Who do you think they (Black Lives Matter movement members) protested for?” Hubbard asked disgustingly. “The thug (Ball-Bey) because they are hollering police brutality,” she answered immediately.
Then she cried, “Police brutality? How about black brutality? You are the f***ing most violent motherf***ers I have ever seen in my life.”
Next she refocused on little Jamyla Bolden.
“You say ‘Black lives matter’? Her life mattered. Her dreams mattered. Her future mattered. Her promises mattered,” she said.
Hubbard then looked directly at the camera.
“You want to be upset about black lives? You want to be upset about police brutality? You trifling motherf***ers,” she said. “There is police brutality out there. I’ll give you that.
“But, night after night after night, on Channel 4, Channel 2, Channel 5, Channel 30, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, murder, murder, murder, black-on-black murder. But yet you ***holes are out there tearing up your own s***. It’s not your s***. It’s other people’s s***. For a criminal. For a thug.”
She stated that, given the violence and frequency of black-on-black crime, black lives apparently do not matter.
“Black people, you’re a joke,” she concluded. “You’re tearing up communities over thugs and criminals.”
You can watch her entire rant below, courtesy of The Gateway Pundit — but, if the above quotes aren’t warning enough, please be advised that this video contains a great deal of GRAPHIC LANGUAGE:
Once you get beyond her crude style, you can see that Hubbard understands the bigger picture more clearly than most of the activists in the Black Lives Matter movement. More