Black influencer infiltrates White Lives Matter groups to shut them down 8 months ago

Black influencer infiltrates White Lives Matter groups to shut them down

This influencer is doing more to stop online violence then governments

In a mission even Bond would be ill-equipped for, a Black influencer has gone undercover to infiltrate and sabotage White Lives Matter groups online.

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TikTok star Denise Bradley, better known as ‘TikTok’s favourite Karen’, has taken it upon herself to unravel the White Lives Matter movement from behind enemy lines. Bradley has become a quiet presence throughout much of the online White Lives Matter movement by creating numerous accounts and inviting her followers to join.

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Both White Lives Matter and White Lives Matter 2.0 were infiltrated by Bradley where she saw the usual posts you would expect from hate groups. She saw posts against Michael B. Jordan as Superman, comparisons of George Floyd to a monkey, and even experienced racial slurs directed towards herself. The two groups have since been shut down following the TikTok creators expose.

“What I wanted to ultimately do was disband the group,” Ms Bradley told The Independent. “Make them so uncomfortable that the group is no longer valid – no one feels safe in the group.”

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“White Lives Matter, a racist response to the civil rights movement Black Lives Matter, is a neo-Nazi group that is growing into a movement as more and more white supremacist groups take up its slogans and tactics,” says the Southern Poverty Law Center.

“One person posted, ‘My son is 15 years old, he’s dating a Black girl, and I want to know how to tell him you don’t mix with N-words,” Bradley told the news outlet.

“For them to have a ‘White Lives Matter’ group, and the terrible things that they would say – I was just so surprised,” Bradley said. “It’s really shocking.”

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