Social media company seemingly declines to make sign for slain Dallas officers.
Facebook placed a massive “Black Lives Matter” sign on its Menlo Park headquarters Friday just hours after five Dallas officers were gunned down by a member of a Black Power Political Organization.
The sign’s letters were made up of the names of different highly publicized and deceased black individuals including Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has long expressed support for Black Lives Matter, even going as far as reprimanding employees for saying “all lives matter.”
The social media site, which has been repeatedly accused – even by former employees – of suppressing conservative content, seemingly had no issue this week with Black Lives Matter supporters celebrating the death of the Dallas officers.
This is not the first time Black Lives Matter supporters have called for and carried out violence against law enforcement officers.
Whether it be chanting for “dead cops,” attempting to bomb police stations or actually executing officers, Black Lives Matter has continually been given credibility by the media despite its dangerous actions and rhetoric.