‘Black Lives Matter’ Leader Says Planet of the Apes is RACIST – Immediately Regrets it When Hollywood Exec Responds

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Black lives matter, which has grown and sunk in popularity over the past 2 years, is widely known as one of the most race-baiting movements in recent times.

They cherry pick incidents where aggressive, typically armed black men are shot by the police, who are rightfully fearing for their lives. Then, they blame ALL police officers, for the misrepresented actions of one.

…and it’s been pissing off conservatives for a long time, now. The constant race-baiting and identity politics is why Donald Trump was put into office. We’re sick and tired of pandering to different minorities over trumped up charges, and we just want to make America great again.

Yet, it seems that certain #BLM leaders can’t help themselves when it comes to the public scene. Deray McKesson, a black lives matter activist and leader, was recently caught tweeting out a ridiculous and embarrassing tweet, that was a COMPLETE lie.

…and when an LA executive producer called him out on it, he promptly deleted it. The tweet was in reference to a new Planet of the Apes movie coming out, which is a prequel to the famous 1968 blockbuster.

The movie, called War for the Planet of the Apes, depicts the events leading up to the apes’ conquest of planet earth. Naturally, marketers and media experts have been trying to maximize their profits, and one way they’ve been doing this is by creating action figures.

One particular action figure, Deray McKesson claims, was a portrayal of him—imagine for a second how narcissistic you have to be to imagine that a billion dollar movie franchise would mock some race-baiting #BLM loser that barely anyone has heard of.

The solipsism of these idiots knows no bounds. They actually think that a gigantic movie franchise would PERSONALLY call them out, when they’re an absolute nobody. Well known race-baiter, Tariq Nasheed, also saw this as an opportunity for publicity, and quickly jumped on the “Hollywood is racist” bandwagon.

The tweets suggest that the makers of this movie modeled one of the apes after Deray, who is known for wearing a distinctive blue vest jacket every time he’s seen in public…because apparently, Deray owns blue vests and anyone who shows them in a movie is spoofing him.

Give me a break. This guy is a race-baiting loser just trying to stir up controversy so he can get money. This guy needs to get a life and stop adding fuel to the fire.

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This race-baiting idiot quickly deleted his tweet, however, after being bombarded with messages from people reminding him of the ape in the blue jacket; a character from the original 1968 Planet of the Apes movie starring Charlton Heston.

In fact, Robby Starbuck, a famous director and executive producer at RSM, smashed him via Twitter for the obvious juvenile behavior:

The tweet was immediately shared out and liked by the director’s thousands of followers, much to the chagrin of Deray. He also added the following note, on Deray’s mental health:

FINALLY a Hollywood executive that isn’t a pandering liberal. It’s always refreshing to see Hollywood conservatives speak their mind, even if it does land them in trouble with the Leftist movie production crew.

If you think that #BLM is nothing more than race-baiting, please give this article a share. Thank you and God bless!

H/T – InfoWars

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