Black Woman Charged For Vandalizing “Black Lives Matter” Murals

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A black woman in New York has been charged after vandalizing Black Lives Matter murals throughout the city.

29-year-old Bevelyn Beatty defaced murals outside of the Trump Tower and in Brooklyn as well as in Harlem. Beatty also boldly uploaded videos of herself on Facebook dumping paint on the murals and standing up for law enforcement who have been defunded in some states.

“Black Lives Matter. Black Lives Matter, right?” Beatty says. “For the Black people. This is for the black people. They’re destroying business for black people. They’re looting for black people.” She goes on to say, “No, no. We’re not standing with Black Lives Matter. We want our police. Refund our police.”

Beatty expressed her support for Donald Trump in the disturbing footage.
“Stand with your police force, vote for Trump, vote Republican, vote for Christians, and stand up, Christians,” she continues, as an unidentified cohort adds: “Vote the ungodly, demonic, anti-Christ people out of this nation.”

She was arrested and charged with criminal mischief and was released a short time later. 

Check out one of her bizarre videos posted to her Facebook here and check out other footage from the disturbing event below.

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