by Darren Beattie at Revolver.news
Monday marked Martin Luther King Day. Unlike Pride Day, which is obsessively celebrated by corporations worldwide, most companies just treat MLK Day as a day off. However, the FBI tried to score some extra “woke” points by honoring Dr. King in a post on X. In hindsight, they might wish they’d stayed silent and simply taken the day off. The FBI received a brutal “community notes” message in response that might just be one of the most ironic—and greatest—of all time.
Here’s the MLK post the FBI published:
This #MLKDay, the #FBI honors one of the most prominent leaders of the Civil Rights movement and reaffirms its commitment to Dr. King’s legacy of fairness and equal justice for all. pic.twitter.com/tj9EUoXsFK
— FBI (@FBI) January 15, 2024
And right under that is a community notes message that reads:
The FBI engaged in surveillance of King, attempted to discredit him, and used manipulation tactics to influence him to stop organizing. King’s family believe the FBI was responsible for his death.
In all fairness, recent controversies surrounding MLK, partly sparked by the stunning documents released in 2019, have begun to change his narrative. Some now speculate that MLK was manipulated or convinced by the CIA to initiate a Marxist “color revolution” in the United States, leading to the Civil Rights era. Critics argue that this period has, in fact, been detrimental to numerous black Americans and was not designed to help them but as a control mechanism for the greater masses.
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