Giuliani ties BLM to violent communist Rosenberg
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani called the Black Lives Matter (BLM) group a “domestic terrorist” organization, noting the ties it has with people such as Susan Rosenberg who was pardoned by then-President Bill Clinton after serving 16 of the 58-year prison term she tallied on explosive and firearms convictions.
Rosenberg, 65, is a prominent communist organizer who pleaded guilty in 1984 to the bombing of the U.S. Capitol, the National War College and the headquarters of the New York police union, after two years on the run.
“Giuliani criticized former President Bill Clinton‘s decision to commute the civil rights activist Susan Rosenberg from her 58-year prison sentence in 2001, claiming she said after her 1984 arrest, ‘I only regret that I wasn’t able to kill the cops that arrested me,’” reports The Hill.
She currently works for Thousand Currents, a dark-money organization that helped fund the Black Lives Matter non-profit until this year, when the fundraising function was taken over by the Tides, another progressive dark money group that uses non-profits to funnel money to radical political groups.
“From 2016-2020, Thousand Currents served as the fiscal sponsor for the Black Lives Matter Global Network Project,” says the 501c3’s website.
Giuliani made his remarks while appearing on Fox News.
“These are killers, and these are people who hate white people. They’re people who hate white men in particular. And they want to do away with a mother-father family,” he said.
Giuliani says that BLM wants to make Americans pay Black people a guaranteed income for life as part of a reparations “for the wealth extracted from our communities through environmental racism, slavery, food apartheid, housing discrimination,” says The Hill.
The former NYC mayor also said that Antifa qualifies as a “domestic terror” group “without any doubt,” saying that Black Americans also think BLM is a radical terror group.
“You know who knows that best? African Americans,” reports the Washington Examiner. “I’ve actually had them tell me — why aren’t they classified as a terrorist group? Is it just because they’re Black, and nobody can say it?”
Although never charged in the case, Rosenberg was wanted at the time of her arrest for the $1.2 million heist of a Brinks truck that resulted in the shooting deaths of a Brinks guard and two police officers, Waverly Brown and Edward O’Grady.
“In New York, a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Joseph Valiquette, said Miss Rosenberg was suspected of driving one of the escape cars used in the holdup and at a shootout at a roadblock in Nyack,” reports the New York Times.
”We’re caught, but we’re not defeated. Long live the armed struggle!” said Rosenberg as she was taken to be arraigned.
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