Mayor Muriel Bowser, Washington, D.C., commissioned the enormous “Black Lives Matter” painting on the road close to the White House. Due to the commissioning of the mural, Muriel Bowser had been sued, and deemed “racist” since the painting entails racial bias.
She even stated, “The flag of my hometown, the greatest city in the world and soon to be the #51stState.”
The Mayor advised the D.P.W (Department of Public Works) to color the road with “Black Lives Matter” in capital letters that engulfed two blocks. The paint on 16th Street directly leads to the White House is so gigantic that it can be seen via satellite. The vandalism of the road acted upon before a premediated George Floyd protest.
The Mayor also rebranded a portion of the street to “Black Lives Matter Plaza.” “We want to call attention to making sure our nation is fair and more just and black lives and that black humanity matter in our nation,” Muriel Bowser stated.
The Democratic Mayor received a lawsuit from the U.S District Court for the District of Columbia for the enormous road disruption.
Chris Sevier delivered the Lawsuit, a previous judge advocating general, along with Rich Penkoski, a member of Warriors for Christ, a self-proclaimed street preacher, and Tex Christopher (a D.C lobbyist). According to a piece from The Washington Times, the charges alleged Muriel Bowser violated the 14th Amendment and the First Amendment.
The charges state that the vandalism demonstrated biased to the “Black Lives Matter cult orthodoxy.” The suit also states that the mural is “a legal weapon against non-observers of the Black Lives Matter religion.” as outlined by the Daily Mail.
“The Black Lives Matter banner conveys that black people are the favored race of the city of D.C., which is, of course, a racist contention floated by a racist Democrat who persistently refuses to think logically,” the 51-page complaint reads.
The plaintiffs recommended replacing “Black Lives Matter” with three banners that read: “Green Lives” Matter for the National Guard, “All Lives Matter,” and “Blue Lives Matter” for law enforcement.
They also suggested that the “Black Lives Matter Plaza” be renamed “Jesus is the answer Plaza.”
Penkoski, Sevier, and Christopher are seeking damages for “mental anguish and emotional distress,” as well as for “the violation of their constitutional rights.”
Christopher, Penkoski, and Sevier are looking for harm like “mental anguish and emotional distress,” and for “the violation of their constitutional rights.”
The Washington mayor did not cater to any request for comments concerning the charges filed.