1. Acronym that stands for Black Lives Matter, a decentralized political movement that began in 2013 to protest police brutality and racially motivated violence against African Americans;
2. Majorly peaceful movement that has conducted protests all over the country, typically in the wake of police shootings of an unarmed black American;
3. Movement, according to Donald Trump and his supporters, who are nothing more than thugs that cause violence and looting, especially during the protests of the summer of 2020;
4. Group often used in a “whataboutism” or scapegoat argument by Trump and his supporters to prove that the insurrectionist on January 6th were treated horribly compared to BLM protestors;
5. Group which, in truth, is often treated far harsher by police and authorities than the MAGA supporters who attacked the Capitol on January 6.