Update TWO: location changed again to:
Parking lot next to MVD Express
4000 Southern Blvd SE
Rio rancho 87124
Update: After our expose showing how this organization repeatedly targets Legacy Church in Albuquerque, BLM/BNMM changed the location of their protest to a parking lot across from Weck’s in Rio Rancho (screenshots below).
RIO RANCHO: The Black Lives Matter organization that’s dubs itself the Black New Mexico Movement is protesting in Rio Rancho tomorrow. New Mexico’s Albuquerque-based Black Lives Matter organizer Te Barry (if that is even his name) claims his organization doesn’t have a security team, will be unarmed (“unarmed” with skateboards?) and contends that he’s not a violent person. Videos of Te confronting a journalist at a past protest show he can become very angry and that it will get so bad that he has to be restrained by his fellow BLM leader Lisa, so that he won’t attack a journalist. Watch the video below:
Watch as Te declares he’s “not violent,” but is thought of as violent:
The same week the video above was taken, Te Barry and his friend Frankie Grady, a Kindergarten teacher no less, had made threatening comments toward the pastor of the well-established Legacy Church in Albuquerque, and suggested that they protest the church. Legacy’s Pastor Smotherman took the threat seriously. Smotherman had held a protest at the same location as mine earlier in the week. Why BLM and its leaders, Te Barry and Frankie Grady, would hate the church is beyond me. Smotherman wasn’t even criticizing BLM or Te at his protest, but focusing on reopening New Mexico.
Digging a little deeper we can see that Te Barry is now doubling down on his hate for the Evangelical church, holding his protest tomorrow in the parking lot adjacent to Legacy Church in Rio Rancho. We wonder why his hate is specifically leveled at churches repeatedly, as if he wants to intimidate Christians.
And while Te contends he’s not violent (above evidence clearly shows he had to be restrained by Lisa), he also has brought in the national Antifa/BLM organization Wall of Vets to work his event as “security,” even while he declares that his organization will not have security. Which is it, Te?
Oh, yeah, Te’s group also promoted “training” held by Wall of Vets, too.
You decide. Does Black Lives Matter New Mexico/Black New Mexico Movement seems peaceful to you? Or do they seem intent on stirring up unrest and potentially violence? Share your thoughts in the comments below!