Just when you thought the Black Lives Matter organization’s sheep couldn’t raid anymore suburban neighborhoods, they decide to come out of the woodwork and invade “Candy Cane Lane.”
The West Allis, Wisconsin street dubbed “Candy Cane Lane” is decorated with Christmas lights and decorations to benefit children battling cancer. A website setup for Candy Cane Lane provides a brief history of the lane saying that:
“In December, 1984, a wonderful group of neighbors living in West Allis, Wisconsin, joined together to collect donations for the MACC Fund — Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, Inc., in honor of a neighbor's child diagnosed with cancer. The neighbors worked in concert in decorating their homes and encouraged visitors to make a small donation as they drove through the festively enhanced neighborhood. All of the money raised went to supporting research, treatment, and the eventual discovery of a cure for childhood cancers and related blood diseases.”
Seen marching through the street with bullhorns, chanting and shouting, the group even barked at cars lined up just to see the light display. The unhinged group chanted things like "Black lives matter!" "No justice! No peace!" "Whose lane? Our lane! Whose streets? Our streets!" “We have every right to be in these streets!” and the real cherry on top “All lives don’t matter until black lives matter!”
In one scene featured in the above-provided video, a young child is seen shouting “Black lives matter!” with the help of some adult-supervised encouragement.
The group has been actively protesting in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin in response to a member of the group who was accused of firing a gun at former police officer Joseph Mensah.
One comment posted on the Facebook page of the Milwaukee County Crime, Fire, and Police News in particular said “My significant other lives on Candy Cane Lane, and she just texted me – BLM just crashed Candy Cane Lane! …they were blasting music so loud that it made her windows and walls shake and scared the crap out of her dogs.” The same man also wrote in response to the group disrupting the charity saying, "If you don't have a problem with this, then not only are you part of the problem, you are also a Class A Asshole!!!!"
Wisconsin Right Now reported that a man shared a friend’s post saying:
“So my son and I were playing in the living room, and we heard very loud music and people chanting from the outside. We open up the front door to see what all the commotion was about. It was a "Black Lives Matter" march going up and down my block and through Candy Cane Lane. These people saw my "Back the Badge" sign and "Trump 2020" sign and began to shout at us. They began to give us the middle finger and shouted, "F*** YOU F*** THE POLICE F*** TRUMP!" Uhm really? I am holding my ONE year old son in my arms. Glad to see how "peaceful" and "respectful" these people and protests really are lol. What a bunch of pieces of s**t.”
Never Stop Media LLC backed the protesters saying that "The group planned the march through Candy Cane Ln with the intent to bring awareness to the neighborhood and stand up for [people of color] who live in the area. Marchers were seen dressed in holiday spirit and of course Santa made a special appearance for the occasion."
The organization is yet again showing its true colors – antagonizing individuals who don’t chant slogans along with protestors, interrupting restaurants and their patrons’ meals, attacking those who identify themselves as pro-police and/or pro-Trump, burning and looting businesses, and now marching and making noise through small suburban streets. None of this nonsense comes with any outcry or reprimand from the organization’s Marxist leaders nor will it as long as it continues to disrupt peoples’ lives for the advancement of their violent and communist agenda.
Indiscreetly throwing a “Merry Christmas” or a “Happy Holidays” between a “No justice! No peace!” and a “Go F*** the Police” chant doesn’t help your image nor message, BLM.