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Two people in Martinez, Calif., spent part of Independence Day on Saturday painting over a recently-created mural reading “Black Lives Matter,” local media report.
According to NBC Bay Area, the mural was painted on a street in front of a local courthouse earlier on Saturday after activists had the project green-lit by city officials.
The article goes on to state the following:
In footage, a woman wearing a [shirt] with an American flag designed in the shape of a heart can be seen painting black over the mural while a man in a “Four More Years” shirt stands by her, recording and yelling at upset people nearby.
“Don’t have a run in with a law and don’t resist arrest, it won’t be a problem,” the man can be heard saying in the video.
“I expected something to happen, but when I saw this, I got a little excited and tried to make sure and get it in and film everything that happened,” a witness to the incident said to The Hill.
Karen and Chad were so offended by the BLM street mural outside of the courthouse in Martinez, California, that they spent their 4th of July painting over it!! The mural was just completed a few hours before this. 😳😱🤯 pic.twitter.com/Lc1lQLnkGp
— Jackfroot (@jackfrootnews) July 5, 2020
— The Hill (@thehill) July 5, 2020
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