Following this weekends’ unprovoked attacks on Christian men after a prayer rally at the historic King Louis IX statue, a radical Muslim Black Lives Matter activist is calling for a mob to target the home of St. Louis Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski.
The organizer, Umar Lee, a Muslim BLM activist, took to Facebook creating an event called “House Visit To Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski.”
“This Saturday we held a successful rally with over 200 people calling for the removal of the King Louis IX statue in Forest Park due to his violent, antisemitic, Islamophobic, and anti-black legacy. To continue the momentum of that great event in which we successfully ran off White Nationalists we will attempt to meet with the new Archbishop of the St. Louis Archdiocese and ask him to help to mediate and diffuse the situation by buying the monument from the city and putting it on private church property,” Lee continued.
Lee claims that the “house visit” on Wednesday is an attempt to “meet with the new Archbishop of the St. Louis Archdiocese and ask him to help to mediate and diffuse the situation by buying the monument from the city and putting it on private church property,” but at 1:00am in the morning???
He was also responsible for the violent mob of radicals that showed up and assaulted Christians who were praying the rosary at the statue of King Louis IX. He had falsely claimed that it was a “KKK rally” in order to get people to show up and scream in the faces of clergy and assault innocent people who showed up to pray, according to Gateway Pundit.
At this time, only a small handful of people have expressed interest in going on the page, but Lee has previously been successful in drawing crowds for his events. On Facebook, Lee had expressed severe disdain for Christians, especially Catholics, who he has accused of working with “white supremacists.”
He added a response to the Archdiocese of St. Louis’ press release on Sunday stating, “This statement is inadequate, ineffectual, and hurtful. It does nothing to address the antisemitism and Islamophobia of Louis IX. Nor does it address the issue that local Catholics are in alliance with White Nationalists and the alt-right in defense of the statue. Take it down!”
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The Archdiocese of St. Louis has yet to release a statement on the coordinated “house visit.”