Shaun King Celebrates Vandalism of Confederate Flag on Facebook
Shaun King, the controversial former Black Lives Matter figurehead who has been accused of lying about his ancestry and disavowed by the left wing, anti-police organization, posted a video to Facebook celebrating a man vandalizing and stealing a confederate flag off a vehicle in the middle of traffic.
King posted the video with the caption “Sometimes you have to just step out there and take matters into your own hands” and a fist emoji, heaping praise on the vandalism and theft of the confederate flag.
The video shows a man running in traffic after a semi truck, and repeatedly trying to pry the confederate flag off the vehicle as it started and stopped moving, as a man in the vehicle behind the truck filmed the vandalism.
At press time, the video has over 800,000 views, and nearly 18,000 shares, revealing that Facebook apparently has no problem with celebrating those who commit a crime so long as the crime is politically correct in nature.
King, who admits he is 75 per cent white and says he does not know the identity of his father, ostensibly meaning he could be 100 per cent white, was disowned by Black Lives Matter in 2016 for his management of funds.
“Senior justice writer” Shaun King, who recently sent this correspondent perhaps the most remarkable email in the history of right of reply after he was caught mysteriously deleting 70,000 tweets, was just thrown under the bus by Deray Mckesson and other prominent BLM activists in a series of tweets drawing attention to alleged mismanagement of funds.
This is just the latest in a series of scandals for race-baiter King, who charges $7,500 for speeches about race and gender. Breitbart was the first media organisation to raise questions about Shaun King’s race that have still not been answered. Although King claimed for years to be biracial, after our report he was forced to admit he had no idea who his father was and that both of the people on his birth certificate are white.
It appears King has fallen far from grace, and is now reduced to praising criminality on Facebook to remain relevant.