Radical Pro-Abortion, LGTBQ, Environmental Justice Front Group “Black Voters Matter” Peddles Fake Black Power Movement in Wisconsin
Black Voters Matter Fund, a front group for more abortions, LGBTQ power and earth-worshiping-environmental justice activism, rolled into Wisconsin this week to register black residents to vote.
The left-wing group stopped in Milwaukee on their “We Won’t Black Down!” bus tour. Evidently, they are traveling through predominantly black communities prior to the November 2022 midterms
Wisconsin is in the middle of two close and heated state-wide elections. Trump endorsed Tim Michels is the Republican nominee challenging leftist-Democrat Governor Tony Evers, and Republican Senator Ron Johnson is being challenged by free the prisoners Democrat Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes.
Black Voters Matter Fund is part of the ActBlue Civics Network, and receives $3-$5 Million in “non-profit” funding annually.
Black Voters Matter website reads: “OUR GOAL IS TO INCREASE POWER IN OUR COMMUNITIES. EFFECTIVE VOTING ALLOWS A COMMUNITY TO DETERMINE ITS OWN DESTINY.”
But power for who?
Indeed, effective voting could “allow a community to determine its own destiny,” but, that is not Black Voters Matter real goal. As usual the black community is bombarded by outside groups and misleaders with a hidden motive.
Groups like Black Voters Matter are masters of deception. They have honed in on a lucrative craft, hijacking the energy from concerns of the black community and divert it to every other “marginalized” sub-group. Groups who will advance the anti-American social justice agenda.
As stated clearly in their “Policy Advocacy” webpage:
We advocate for policies to expand voting rights/access, including expanded early voting, resisting voter ID, re-entry restoration of rights and strengthening the Voting Rights Act.
We also advocate for policies that intersect with race, gender, economic and other aspects of equity.
Here are a few examples of how Black Voters Matter Fund is working hard to empower the black community….
Black women are also more likely to live in areas where it’s harder to access contraception.https://t.co/i5NtoT82Hp
— Black Voters Matter Fund (@BlackVotersMtr) October 19, 2022
In this video, we will be speaking on how the LGBTQ community’s recently gained rights, may be impacted by the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
— Black Voters Matter Fund (@BlackVotersMtr) October 16, 2022
— Demetre hunter spooky toonz hanna barbera horror (@Demetrehunter23) January 19, 2022
We wonder what kind of reception they would receive in these communities if they plastered their real agenda all over the bus.