A black man in Texas has something to say about the #BlackLivesMatter movement, and you’re going to want to hear this.
As race-war agitators are ramping up their efforts nationwide, violence is skyrocketing. Did you read the story about Texas Deputy Sheriff Darren Goforth? He was executed by a black man in a gas station this past weekend. You can expect to hear stories like this more often.
But don’t assume every black person in the United States is on board with this—nothing could be further from the truth! You’ll be interested to hear what this man, in particular, had to say.
Joe Evans is the former vice chair and executive director of the Jefferson County Republican Party in Texas, and he is currently running for Jefferson County Commissioner. And he has his head on straight.
Upon hearing about Deputy Goforth’s murder, Evans posted a video response online. Make sure you watch the video to hear his one-minute message for yourself. Once you do, you’ll completely understand why the video has gone viral!
Courageously reproving those who try to blame Goforth’s murder on gun rights, Evans quickly turns the tables:
“I challenge every leader, starting with the president, down to myself, to denounce the #BlackLivesMatter movement. It’s a racist movement, racist to the core, and it has only caused more division and more hate among Americans. Anytime you openly have a group of people making it a point to say their lives are more important than another group’s lives, you set yourself up for this kind of stuff.”
In a single minute, Joe Evans hit the nail directly on the head.