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Trey Mcalister, of McAlister Concrete Plumbing, says that black lives don’t matter to him, after seeing how black people have been acting [PHOTO]

Trey Mcalister is the owner of McAlister Concrete Plumbing and he has very strong opinions. Apparently, Mcalister and his Facebook friends were commenting on a Black Lives Matter article. One person mocked the name of the group, while Mcalister said black lives don't matter to him, anymore, after seeing how they (black people) have been acting.

Trey Mcalister is the owner of McAlister Concrete Plumbing and he has very strong opinions. Apparently, Mcalister and his Facebook friends were commenting on a Black Lives Matter article. One person mocked the name of the group, while Mcalister said black lives don't matter to him, anymore, after seeing how they (black people) have been acting.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

When evidence of police brutality is shown, even murders of innocent lives, it seems as though certain people have nothing to say. But, when people began shouting Black Lives Matter, that was a problem. The retaliation was “All Lives Matter.”

From some, there has been more outrage over damaged property than a person being killed. In the case of George Floyd, some people went as low as bringing up his past to justify his killing. Serving time in prison is literally paying for crimes of the past, which Floyd did.

Trey Mcalister is an employee of McAlister Concrete Plumbing and he has a lot to say about Black Lives Matter. From the tone of the Facebook comments, he and his friends were discussing the topic, negatively. His commentary was that black lives no longer matter to him, seeing how they have been acting.

Read Trey Mcalister’s Facebook comment below:

Trey Mcalister is the owner of McAlister Concrete Plumbing and he has very strong opinions. Apparently, Mcalister and his Facebook friends were commenting on a Black Lives Matter article. One person mocked the name of the group, while Mcalister said black lives don't matter to him, anymore, after seeing how they (black people) have been acting.

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