Political cartoonist Chip Bok has created the perfect effort to show exactly how the narrative coming from the Black Lives Matter movement and their accomplices in the media is garbage.

Hearkening back to the Michael Brown case in Ferguson, Bok shows that a bumper sticker phrase that became the de facto rallying cry for the entire movement was never true to begin with.

Remember, ‘Hands up, don’t shoot’ anyone?

Bok does, and he’s demonstrated how one simple lie became the basis for an entire movement.

Check it out below …



Bok added a bit of commentary behind his drawing on his web site, Bokbluster:

The deaths on live video of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling created a shocking impression, to say the least. How do you draw a cartoon about a snuff film?

I held off because things don’t always turn out the way they seem. Learned that from the Michael Brown case in Ferguson. Brown was portrayed by the media as a “gentle giant”. Eric Holder’s Justice Department found him to be a thug who was shot and killed while attacking a police officer.

“Hands up don’t shoot” was a lie but Black Lives Matter ran with it anyway.

The irony is five Dallas police officers died while defending a Black Lives protest march.

“I may not agree with what you say but will defend to the death your right to say it.” – Not just words.

Indeed, the stories behind the Castile and Sterling have slowly been evolving since everyone rushed to judgment against the police officers. Those original stories, sadly, have been a catalyst for the mass police shootings in Dallas and now Baton Rouge.

Will it all turn out to be based on lies just like ‘Hands up, don’t shoot’?

Cross-posted at the Political Insider