The Black Lives Matter movement is all about justice for black citizens nationwide who have been affected by police brutality in the US.
It's completely, totally 100 percent about the plight of black people, but some people (who are not black -- important note) have a real gift for making things all about them.
This Imgur post from two months ago shows a memo from an anonymous group of first-year law students to their law professor. In it, they voice their grievances over the fact their teacher wore a "Black Lives Matter" T-shirt to class. You know, like a shitty group of people.
The law professor wasn't having any of it.
Here's the memo from the students, in which they define what the Black Lives Matter movement is "really about." They think being pro-Black Lives Matter automatically means being anti-white:
And here's the six-page, mic drop of a response from the professor:
Apply ice to burned area.
If you love seeing ignorant, biased people being shut down by intelligence and logic as much as I do, actor Rob Delaney agrees:
My favorite part of the professor's memo?
"Premise: You know more about legal education than I do."
"Critique: You don't."