Over 250 marched and protested in Brigantine on June 18, all in support of Black Lives Matter, aka BLM.
The event started at City Hall, followed by a march to the 24st ball fields for a rally.
The march and rally was organized by Atlantic City school teacher, Alice Carcilli.
The event was live streamed by Atlantic City resident and BLM activist, Patrick Jeanty Jr., who was also a featured speaker for the protest.
Jeanty made a name for himself by recording the Atlantic City riots of May 31, 2020. ( see video below )
Jeanty claims to be a BLM activist.
Like he did in Atlantic City, Jeanty went live on Facebook and did raw, play-by-play of the march and rally.
‘All lives don’t matter til Black lives matter first’ says Jeanty. ‘Our lives matter first. You know why? Because we worked 400 years for free.‘
Foul-mouthed Jeanty held nothing back via Facebook Live.
Jeanty spewed homophobic, bigoted and hateful commentary. A really poor choice of invited speaker for this important event.A Concerned Brigantine Citizen.
Jeanty’s live video broadcast from the Brigantine march featured these statements: ‘They’re waving a Trump flag. They must be racist.’ Some faggot ass shit. Super-duper gay. Lot’s of ‘mayonnaise’ in Brigantine’ says Jeanty. SEE VIDEO.
Brigantine resident, Robert Polillo, opened the BLM rally by singing ‘God Bless America’.
A few speaker quotes:
- ‘I heard South Jersey was racist’
- ‘There’s so much racism between the bridge and the north-side’
Brigantine resident Nikita Thomas talked about racism and real estate. Thomas not happy that her landlord wouldn’t extend her 6 month winter rental at no charge. SEE VIDEO.
Atlantic City school teacher, Alice Carcilli, was thanked for organizing the BLM influenced event.
Northfield councilperson Susan Korngut was invited to speak. Korngut spent her time on stage alleging wide-scale, white supremacy. ‘You’re either racist or anti-racist. For those with white privilege, enjoy your privilege while you can. We’re coming’ threatened Korngut. SEE VIDEO.
Korngut and BLM’s Patrick Jeanty really hit it off that day. So much so, she’s invited to an upcoming BLM cook-out with Jeanty.
‘Brigantine showing up with that racist shit’BLM activist, Patrick Jeanty.
Jeanty at Atlantic City Riots of May 31, 2020.