Brandon Township trustee makes controversial remarks on Black Lives Matter movement
BRANDON TOWNSHIP, Mich. Brandon Township trustee, Bob Marshall, made controversial remarks on the Black Lives Matter movement Saturday in a Facebook post. In over twenty years of living in this community of Brandon Township, I have NEVER had the occasion to be disappointed in the people here, until two weeks ago. While driving past Brandon High School on M-15, I saw a Black Lives Matter (BLM) demonstration, Marshall wrote in the Facebook post. In the post Marshall asserts it is not true that Blacks are disproportionately killed by white police officers. He described Black Lives Matter as a hate group that seeks to target police officers for harm and death.Black Lives Matter has gained momentum across the country and world in the wake of George Floyds death.
Oakland County official calls Black Lives Matter a hate group on social media
BRANDON TOWNSHIP, Mich. A local Brandon Township official is getting some backlash after his latest Facebook post. It started off as a Facebook post and like I said I find nothing controversial at all, said Robert Marshall. ORIGINAL STORY: Brandon Township trustee makes controversial remarks on Black Lives Matter movementMarshall, a trustee for the Brandon Township, is talking about his latest Facebook post. The group Marshall is referring to is called the Ortonville Peaceful Anti Racism Alliance. Thats because Marshall said the Black Lives Matter Group or movement is a hate group.