Court Ruling: Black Lives Matter is NOT an Entity and Can't Be Sued
However, in the latest blow against law-abiding Americans living in fear of racial violence, U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson has declared that Black Lives Matter is untouchable in a court of law.
The ruling came yesterday in response to a lawsuit filed by a police officer against the hate group and one of its leaders, DeRay McKesson.
If you're not sure exactly what the state of our country is in, this should give you a hint: the police officer filed his action anonymously out of fear for his life.
From NBC News:
Black Lives Matter may not be an entity in the eyes of the law, but it certainly functions like one. With numerous cell groups located throughout the United States, Black Lives Matter functions exactly the way you'd expect a terrorist organization to. They fund their efforts through a company called Thousand Currents, formerly IDEX. Their membership is loosely affiliated so they can conveniently disavow as needed.
Thanks to leftist judges like Jackson, Black Lives Matter will live on, terrorizing Americans under the guise of racial "justice."
Stay alert. Stay alive.