The U.S. repeal of the propaganda ban, July 2, 2014, the 50 year anniversary of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, and Black Lives Matter coming to power weeks later

Black Lives Matter Government History

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The “propaganda ban” ended July 2, 2014. The news hit July 14. You can understand why there was nearly a two week delay. This was the year Eric Garner and Michael Brown were killed, July 17 and August 9 respectively, and CNN helped instigate riots, with propaganda. As we covered, Michael Brown was literally a plastic dummy, loaded into the back a police SUV, at the end of the needless scene in the middle of the street, with officers surrounding his body, for no reason, for hours, before eventually picking it up and loading it into a police vehicle, as opposed to an amublance.

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July 2, 2014

July 2 was 33-days before Obama’s August 4, 2014 birthday…

Notice how ‘propaganda ban’ sums to 56 and 70. Those are big numbers with the ongoing Black Lives Matter agenda, as well as coronavirus.

Black Lives Matter came to power in the Summer of 2014, the same year the propaganda ban ended.

*Slave = 14 *14th Amendment

Keep in mind July 2 was the date of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, thus this repeal of the propaganda ban took place 50 years later on the nose.

Obama was elected #44, in 2008, 44 years after the Civil Rights Act of ’64.

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