Washington (CNN)President Barack Obama is meeting Wednesday with activists from the Black Lives Matter movement amid a spate of violence between black communities and police across the country.
Black Lives Matter activists DeRay Mckesson and Brittany Packnett will be in attendance, as will Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards.
Mckesson tweeted: "We are at the @WhiteHouse right now for a 3-hour convening w/ President Obama re: the recent events in #BatonRouge & across the country."
Members in attendance in the meeting:
What did they cover?
In addition to Deray, who advocated looting for political purposes, Obama also met with Mica Grimm, who is a leader from the Minnesota group who has been responsible for shuting down highways.
Perhaps you may recall their famous chant on the highway last August?
— Eric M. Larson (@emlarson) August 29, 2015
The St Paul BLM protests were also the most violent over this past weekend, with 21 cops injured, with BLM protesters assailing cops with rocks, bottles, concrete, even a Molotov cocktail. One cop had a concrete block dropped on his head from a bridge, breaking his vertebrae. That's the group Obama is recognizing in inviting one of their leaders. That's who he is meeting with as the cops who were assassinated in Dallas are being laid to rest.
Police relations? They don't want to improve relations with police they want to eliminate police. Just today, Mica Grimm retweeted this: