Margaret Renkl blasted those who didn’t comply with coronavirus measures against social gatherings, but alternatively called on people to join the cause of BLM protestors last summer
By Brandon Gillespie
New York Times writer Margaret Renkl scolded Americans in a Memorial Day weekend column who “refused” to give up social gatherings to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but alternatively celebrated gatherings of Black Lives Matter protestors in various columns she wrote last year.
The liberal writer seemingly ignored her past writings lauding the number of people attending Black Lives Matter protests amid the early months of the pandemic. She blasted those Americans she sarcastically referred to as “patriots,” blaming them for the lack of “another kind of Memorial Day,” in which the lives saved from the coronavirus…
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