streets at night, because they knew what would happen at night. You know, at that time, basically, the police departments, most of those major cities, I mean, I mean, they had their dog, they had their hoses, they had everything. And so mostly what you saw were do Time marches. To bring attention to it, there was no nighttime. But these marches mostly happens at in the evening and at night. And I think there's some triangulation here with the Black Lives Matter movement. I think they are people who behind the scenes have jumped on board, and probably don't even know most of the Black Lives Matter of people, whoever they may be. But they're there for a different reason. Right? I remember Ferguson, we would go down in the daytime and talk and pray with people. It was the nighttime when all of the violence took place. Right now you notice who on the street at night usually, is young whites. It's, it's, it's anti protesters with their guns, right. And so it's all of these people now, who have all the rights, that these black lives matter, people have time to address the policing. And, and now what people see more than whatever they then they blame the Black Lives Matter people because that's the name everybody is associated with. Right?
Who do you see? knocking windows out? And, and, and, and carrying weapons and doing those things? Usually, it's not it's not most of the quote. And I don't know even who the Black Lives Matter people are. It's a slogan, right?
Show me tell me the name of a person who is actually says that I am the leader of the Black Lives Matter movement, right, in the face of it right? And will that then be a key religious political leader in the black community? And I think as I remember, my part of watching the civil rights movement,