‘White lives matter’: Philly residents protest rash of ‘racial attacks’ by four black women

‘White lives matter’: Philly residents protest rash of ‘racial attacks’ by four black women

[Ed. – This was inevitable.]

Up to 200 South Philadelphia residents organized a large protest this week to take a stand against what they describe as “racial attacks” from four black women towards white residents.

Residents claim that these four women have been “terrorizing” the neighborhood. Speakers said things like “white lives matter” and held up signs saying things like “We know who you are!” and “White women’s lives matter.”

And they’re not just upset at these women, they’re outraged that the police haven’t taken any serious action against them. 911 calls were placed, but there were reportedly zero reports taken.

Anonymous individuals told WPVI they’ve either been attacked or witnessed attacks from the four women. One woman claimed they came up to her and were “spitting on me, pounding on my face.”

Local city councilman Mark Squilla was part of the protest, and it was reportedly thanks to his involvement that there’s now a report on the matter and an internal investigation into why it didn’t happen sooner.

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