Cullors has one person – plus someone helping her film, presumably – knocking at Cullors’ gated property where’ she’s obviously protected, whereas we have Supreme Court justices who are having their lives threatened by scores of angry protesters marching in front of their ungated homes. Are we supposed to pretend that the endangerment of SCOTUS justices is inconsequential whereas the threat to Cullors is urgent?
There were many absurd assertions made by Cullors during the almost hour-long dialogue, with the interviewer sounding more like a cheerleader than someone seeking insight. Cullors made her appeal for slavery reparations. She played the ‘woe is me routine’ about the online scrutiny BLM has received on social media. But, as we’ve come to expect, the most prominent aspect of her schtick continued to be her ‘I’m a victim’ routine.