BLM really showed up to a fundraiser for childhood cancer and caused a scene while people were trying to donate money to cancer research
· Dec 22, 2020 ·

Yup, black lives matter...

Even more than children who have cancer, apparently.

Here's a video of Black Lives Matter marching through Candy Cane Lane in Milwaukee, disturbing hundreds of people who were just out trying to enjoy themselves, get into the Christmas spirit, and donate to the MACC Fund (Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer Inc.):

I've been to Candy Cane Lane several times, and I can tell you: the line of cars to enter the lit up neighborhood this year is longer than I've ever seen. People are struggling even to exit the freeway which is about ten blocks away. So for these goons to be out there getting in everybody's way while people are LITERALLY WAITING IN LINE TO DONATE MONEY TO CANCER RESEARCH...well, that's just plain stupid if you ask me.

Candy Cane Lane is a Milwaukee Christmas staple, and it attracts folks from all around the city.

In December, 1984, a wonderful group of neighbors living in West Allis, Wisconsin, joined together to collect donations for the MACC 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.

This year, Candy Cane Lane has raised a record amount of money for the MACC Fund. Last week they hit $121,385, breaking the previous record.

Nice work, people!

So really there was no better place for Black Lives Matter to be on Friday night (if you're being sarcastic).

Because how dare anyone donate money to fight cancer when they could donate money to Black Lives Matter so the people at the top of that organization can swim more laps in their pools full of cash.

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