Alabama Mayor resigns after criticizing Black Lives Matter supporters
Officials across America unintentionally took part in a flash mob called “Become a victim of BLM.” Carbon Hill Mayor Mark Chambers joined in the dismissal of civil servants, who was fired after a controversial comment condemning the Black Lives Matter movement.
According to official information, the local football team Crimson Tide and their coach Nick Saban were criticized by the mayor for their “sorry” political views.
“The Tide is done in my opinion,” Mark Chambers said.
The team responded by reading a text in which the speaker said, “All lives can’t matter until Black lives matter.” Prior to this, Chambers was criticized for his conservative views, after the phrases “homosexuals lecture us on morals” and “transvestites lecture us on human biology.”
Formally, Mark Chambers remains in office until the council in the city of about 2,000 people outside Birmingham approves the dismissal. The final meeting is scheduled for tomorrow.
Image: City of Carbon Hill