White Lives Matter protested in front of @NAACP's office in #Houston's Third Ward. STORY https://t.co/FujbovUDom pic.twitter.com/51NbORAmmd— Houston Chronicle (@HoustonChron) August 21, 2016
USA Today reports
Roughly 20 people showed up on Sunday, some with the red flag and assault rifles, others holding up a "White Lives Matter" banner, in a protest against NAACP, according to local media reports.These fools.
"We came here because the NAACP headquarters is here and that's one of the most racist groups in America," Scott Lacy, a White Lives Matter member, told KPRC-TV.
The prime examples they cited were the NAACP's response to Black Lives Matter protests, protester Ken Reed told the Houston Chronicle. He said Black Lives Matter and other organizations have resulted in the "attack and killing of police officers, the burning down of cities and things of that nature."