MvVO Art Launches AD ART SHOW
News

Black Trans Lives Matter Deface The Maine Monument in Central Park

Black Trans Lives Matter Deface The Maine Monument in Central Park

The police had no choice but to shoot 16 year-old Ma’Khia. One of her neighbors, a military veteran, has come out with his home security camera, which proves the Columbus Police officer had no choice but to shoot the teenager because more people could have been killed.

Ma’Khia could have fatally stabbed the other young woman in the neck who she lunged at with a knife.

Why am I writing about this? Because last night at a Black Trans Lives Matter protest the protestors vandalized the Maine Monument in Central Park. They scrawled graffiti and defaced the statue due to the killing of this 16 year-old, who was killed because she was going to kill. Two of the protesters, were arrested for fighting with each other, then spitting at cops.

Today workers attempted to remove the graffiti and fake blood. They scrubbed, power washed and re-painting over “Trans Lives Matter,” “Stop killing kids,” and “ACAB (all cops are bas***ds).”

Six people were arrested, but the group of over 200 marched to the monument from Greenwich Village to “correct the history of white supremacy.” My question here is what white supremacy? This was a black girl who wanted to kill other black girls, whose black neighbor’s state that this 16 year-old was on a rampage to kill and have the video to prove it.

The Maine Monument honors the 260 American sailors who died on the U.S.S. Maine, which sank near Havana, Cuba in 1898. The monument was dedicated in 1913.

Why do New Yorkers feel the need to voice everybody else’s problem?

News

Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email: suzanna@t2conline.com

More in News

My View: You Don’t Have To Dress As Elegantly As KT But You Might Want To..Eric Yves Garcia at The Pierre Hotel

Stephen SorokoffSeptember 30, 2022

My View: New York Celebrities Turn Out For Clint Holmes at 54 Below

Stephen SorokoffSeptember 29, 2022

My View: I Didn’t Have To Think About CLASSIFYING This Show As Great…..I Was There at Clint Holmes

Stephen SorokoffSeptember 28, 2022

My View: You Don’t Have To Set A New Standard When You’ve Already Set The Standard…..TONY DANZA at 54 Below

Stephen SorokoffSeptember 27, 2022

We Say Good- Bye to Louise Fletcher

Suzanna BowlingSeptember 26, 2022

She Wanted Much More But What She Got Was Paris: Saying Good Bye To Rita Gardner

Suzanna BowlingSeptember 25, 2022

My View: “The Failure Cabaret” Is A Success at 54 Below

Stephen SorokoffSeptember 25, 2022

My View: Who Better To Celebrate Cy Coleman….BIlly Stritch

Stephen SorokoffSeptember 23, 2022

My View: No One At Our Table Asked “Where’s The Beef”? Peter Cincotti Opens at Cafe Carlyle

Stephen SorokoffSeptember 21, 2022