An African American woman spilled black paint on the yellow letters of the Black Lives Matter sign in New York City while shouting “Y’all don’t care about black lives,” and other slogans rejecting the movement.

“Y’all don’t care about black lives. Get the paint. Y’all don’t care about black lives. Refund the police” shouted Bevelyn Beatty on July 18 in an attempt to demonstrate her disagreement with the manipulation of the Black Lives Matter movement, according to Townhall.

Businessman and activist Mike Coudrey, who released the video of Beatty’s act, sees the action as evidence that the movement is being manipulated by its leaders, ignoring what really matters to African Americans.

“Black people are rising up against Black Lives Matter, realizing that the central control of the movement is led by people trying to control and manipulate their thoughts and actions. ‘We aren’t standing for black lives matter,” Coudrey said in his tweet.

Coudrey’s interpretation coincides with those of several analysts of the movement that resurfaced after the death of African American George Floyd, which occurred under police surveillance on May 25 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

From this event, innumerable riots began in many U.S. cities, causing great destruction and a strong move toward historical revisionism on discrimination of African descendants and slavery in the country.

Various sources agree that the riots were promoted by members of the antifa movement, considered to be terrorists, with broad participation of white leftists and apparently financed by the international speculator George Soros and politically exploited by the Democrats.

The picture mass media presents of the movement is a peaceful group and the fact that Democrats  have called for defunding the police despite the disproportionate increase in crime that this generates, is strongly criticized.

“No. They’re lying. We’re not standing with Black Lives Matter. We want our police. Refund our police! Refund our police!” was the message Beatty insistently shouted in this and at two other mural locations that propagated the movement protected by New York Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio, who ordered the police to protect them.

The Black Lives Matter movement was started in 2013 at the death of African American teenager Trayvon Martin from a gunshot wound, and is reactivated every time another one dies in similar circumstances. It has reached international dimensions.