Officials for Border Patrol Union have reported that members are furious after a flyer was passed around by the Biden administration.
The “Black Resistance” flyer was passed around for national Black History Month.
In a normal world may, be it would have been better to highlight African American Border Patrol agents with exploratory service. But in the Joe Biden world, they pass out far-left propaganda flyers that slap law enforcement in the face.
The Biden administration distributed “Black Resistance” flyers to U.S. Border Patrol agents that celebrated the Black Lives Matter movement and anti-American activist Colin Kaepernick, causing a stir among officers who criticized the agency’s promotion of groups that hate law enforcement.
The agency circulated a poster that features the words #BlackPower, #BlackLivesMatter, and “Abolitionist,” as well as watermarked images of Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) and Kaepernick, according to a copy of the flyer obtained by Townhall. The flyer infuriated officers, who say the agency is promoting people who “hate” them.
“BLM hates us, so does Maxine Waters,” one officer told the outlet. “Kaepernick hates us. They’re anti-police advocates against the nation’s largest police agency.”
One of the issues agents have with the flyer is that BLM specifically targeted the agency in 2021. BLM said that the CBP is “rooted in white supremacy.”
According to a report from Townhall, the Biden administration is inundating CBP with diversity, equity and inclusion training:
According to CBP, the PDO “utilizes local Diversity and Inclusion Program Committees (DIPCs), comprised of U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) employee volunteers, to build upon diversity awareness and inclusion within our workforce. PDO staff provides local CBP management and DIPCs with leadership, support, and direction in the execution of CBP’s Diversity and Inclusion Management Plan and affirmative employment obligations.”
“Each year the theme for National Black History Month is selected by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, established on September 9, 1915, by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. This year’s theme is ‘Black Resistance in the Past, Present, and Future.’ The poster includes names and historical reference representative of Black Resistance. CBP distributed the poster along with information about the process for establishing the theme to advance the educational intent of Black History Month,” a CBP spokesperson told Townhall.