Bill de Blasio, the mayor of New York City, allowed — in fact, advocated — that a pavement message be painted outside Trump Tower two weeks ago:

This tweet comes from de Blasio’s wife:

Since then, the message has attracted much opposition — and, no, it is NOT A MURAL:

New Yorkers continued to take action against the message.

On Friday, July 17, 2020, a few people painted over the first part of the ‘Lives Matter’ message with blue paint, in support of the police, which De Blasio is starting to ‘defund’:

Four arrests and charges were made.

Not surprisingly, the blue paint met with opposition, from people who no doubt want to defund the police.

Gateway Pundit reported (emphases mine):

Onlookers shouted at them hysterically as they did it.

NBC New York reports “the alleged vandals threw the paint in what appeared to be a coordinated effort involving about 10 people around 4 p.m. Friday. There were plans going around on social media with a group of people discussing doing the stunt.”

This is the second time the mural has been defaced since it was painted with the assistance of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. On Monday, it was splattered with red paint.

Unlike the rioters and looters that took over his city recently, he has made it a priority to arrest those who dare to vandalize it. In fact, Mayor de Blasio has seemingly been more concerned with protecting the tacky painting than about the rising crime in the city since he tied the hands of his police force.

“Maybe our GREAT Police, who have been neutralized and scorned by a mayor who hates & disrespects them, won’t let this symbol of hate be affixed to New York’s greatest street. Spend this money fighting crime instead!” President Donald Trump tweeted

I left off the end of the sentence which included the word ‘mural’.

Please. It’s not a mural. A mural is painted on a WALL, not a pavement or sidewalk.

But, as Gateway Pundit stated, de Blasio wants more of the same pavement signs going up around the city.

On Saturday, July 18, a small group of black women, led by Bevelyn Beatty — wearing Jesus Matters tee-shirts — staged more civil disobedience in front of Trump Tower, protesting the street signage:

Ms Beatty and her friends were widely supported by other Americans as she tried to douse the first part of ‘… lives matter’ with black paint:

Here’s the full video — 12 minutes long — showing how a woman drove the small group into Manhattan with a lot of black paint, gloves and paint rollers in the back of a station wagon:

Bevelyn Beatty says at the end of her commentary:

Trump 2020!

During the painting, her friend Edmee says that ‘the devil’ is in charge of the country. Too right. Her friend means protesters and those trying to destroy America.

During Beatty’s attempt to deface the first word in the message, one policeman slipped on the thick paint and fell over.

Look at the number of cops present:

Beatty is from At The Well Ministries:

She offers online Bible studies:

Instead of yelling ‘Defund the police’, she was saying ‘Refund the police’ as law enforcement officers tried to stop her:

She also shouted, ‘Jesus matters’ while spreading welcome paint over the street message.

It’s unbelievable that de Blasio allows all this mess around what once was a great city:

Despite what de Blasio claims, horrific crimes are still taking place in New York City boroughs, such as this one involving a man who stabbed his ex-girlfriend and hurt her little boy, a toddler. This happened in the Bronx:

Both mother and son are all right, fortunately. You would not know from the video, though:

Back to Trump Tower now. The mayor, as he said above, gets clean up crews in to wash the paint off before it dries. The yellow paint looks pristine before the next group paints over it.

This is what happened to Bevelyn and Edmee:

The two women are likely to be charged with criminal mischief. The policeman who slipped and fell on the paint was treated at Bellevue Hospital.

It looks as if the paint protest is likely to go on for the foreseeable future:

Sure enough, another defacing happened afterwards:

A pro-police Back the Blue march took place on Brooklyn Bridge the same day:

More to come, I hope.