Plan for a “Summer of Chaos”
Hacked Messages Discuss the Plan for a Black Lives Matter “Summer of Chaos” Leading to Martial Law
On Friday, June 10, 2016, Black Lives Matter (BLM) leader and former Baltimore Mayoral Candidate DeRay Mckesson claimed that someone hacked into his phone and took control of his twitter account. DeRay McKesson reported the hack to The Baltimore Sun. On June 11, 2016, a twitter user who calls himself The Saint (@TheSaintNegro) tweeted what he claims are private direct-message conversations that occurred on June 10 between DeRay McKesson and Johnetta Elzie, in which the two discussed coordination of plans to cause the declaration of martial law through disruptive protests and direct action at the upcoming Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, PA.
The messages claim the endorsement and support of U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Their alleged goal, as stated in the messages, is to cancel the Presidential election and keep Barack Obama in office, while also giving him a justification to attempt a declaration of martial law
El Paso Police Chief: BLM Is A ‘Radical Hate Group’
Chief Greg Allen was at a news conference Friday where leaders in the El Paso area were expressing solidarity with their brothers in Dallas.
They were also trying to appeal for peace from groups – like Black Lives Matter – who might feel marginalized by the spate of high-profile police shootings.
Chief Allen was present, but didn’t make a statement. Perhaps it’s because he didn’t quite agree with the message. After the press conference, he gave an interview to the El Paso Times.
“Black Lives Matter, as far as I am concerned, is a radical hate group,” Allen said. “And for that purpose alone, I think the leadership of this country needs to look a little bit harder at that particular group. The consequences of what we saw in Dallas is due to their efforts.”
Allen is the first black police chief in El Paso’s history, according to El Paso Times archives.
Allen has led the city’s 1,100 police force since 2007. During his tenure, the city has been consistently rated as one of the country’s safest. He has a reputation for speaking his mind. In 2011, he said that political correctness was “poisoning the world.”
DeRay Mckesson, one of the most visible faces of the Black Lives Matter movement, was among 120 people arrested in Baton Rouge, and at least 100 others were detained in St. Paul, Minn., following what police described as rioting there that left 21 officers injured.
Mr. McKesson, 31, was confronted by a police officer at about 11:15 p.m. as he and other protesters were marching along the shoulder of Airline Highway, which passes in front of the city’s police headquarters.
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