Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Blue Lives Matter Controversy

Controversy in Bloomington Monday night, after a local woman organizes a Blue Lives Matter rally. The local Black Lives Matter chapter claims the organizer, Regina Noland, has Facebook posts that connect her with white supremacist groups. Noland tells WMBD TV she is not affiliated with any of that and just wants to say thank you to those in uniform. Black Lives Matter asked its supporters to stay away from the rally all together, including any counter protests. But that did not stop some protesters that came with faces covered and profanity-laced signs directed at the small Blue Lives Matter crowd.


  1. I am so tired of this crap. Out of one side of their mouths, the libs are using their freedom of speech, because that is their right. At the same time though, they will do just about anything to take that right away, from everyone that does not agree with them.

  2. Interesting. Check out chief organizer, Regina Noland's page. Oh wait, she tried to remove some of her racist posts. Yes, there is right to Free Speech, but there is also Protection from Hate Groups. It is not all about disagreeing. It is all about there is only one side in the issue of racism. I truly believe she attempted this rally as response to what happened in Virginia. Her sudden support for the police were quite coincidental. Before you try to accuse me of being anti=blue. you would be quite incorrect.