• “Black Lives Matter” Morons Block Busy Boston Highway, Anger Commuters

    The “Black Live Matter” buffoons are back to their old tricks.

    Traffic on I-93 highway in Boston was brought to a screeching halt Thursday morning by a few dozen misguided agitators with too much time on their hands.

    Police and fire fighters rushed to the seen to find protesters’ arms jammed inside of oil drums, lying in the middle of the road.

    The “Black Lives Matter” protesters’ aim was to inspire support for their cockeyed cause. But instead, lying in the middle of the road at the height of rush hour traffic only infuriated commuters and made them less sympathetic to their agenda.

    A spokeswoman from the group of malcontents told the Boston Globe the group wanted the “disruptions” to disturb “these entire systems of policing of judicial systems are, like, untenable.” Their aim, she claims, is to “wake people up from their privilege.”

    But how does disrupting the lives of innocent commuters “wake people up from their privilege”?

    These idiots are assuming a lot.

    I’ve spent a good amount of time in the Boston area (my girlfriend is from Fall River, Massachusetts) over the last few weeks, and I can say first hand that there is some but not a whole lot of “privileged” people lying around on huge piles of money waiting to make their next million.

    “My commute usually takes about an hour and a half,” one driver told WCBV5. “This morning it has taken about three and a half hours,” she added.

    “I don’t think this helps their cause,” said Boston Mayor Marty Walsh who appeared on WCBV5. Use some “common sense,” Walsh said to the protesters.

    I don’t think these poor pinheads, with their misplaced passions, know how to apply common sense to their misguided motives.

    The Boston Globe reports “a car crash victim from Easton with life-threatening injuries who was being transferred to a Boston trauma center had to be diverted because of the traffic tieup caused by the protests.”

    After being arrested for their antics, the groups is now asking for donations that would go toward bailing out their comrades.

    These spoiled brats need to get out of the street and get a job.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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