Really? I mean, I was under the impression there were a vast amount of conflicting smaller groups pretty much from the start. Wall of Moms, Boogaloo (which remains an oddity to me. I've seen videos of self proclaimed members siding with police and BLM), Antifa, BLM, Veterans for BLM, "Never Trumpers", and a host of other groups have at least been at odds online. Smaller dramas like the white BLM leaders posing as black people, Democrats butting heads with progressives over defund the police, and protest tactics have been argued as well.
I agree it hasn't been covered that way on the major news networks, aside from after the election. Most likely to keep the appearance of a united movement? I'm not entirely sure due to the whole "orange man bad" focus.
Tensions are rising between black members of Black Lives Matter (BLM) and white progressive anarchists in the city of Portland, Oregon. The two groups clashed on issues related to how the movement should demonstrate against injustice. As a result, black BLM activists are distancing themselves from white progressives affiliated with the Antifa movement, which has wreaked havoc in the city for six months.
So a Marxist organisation... BLM... is against another Leftist organisation. Sorry Idea... ANTIFA is just an idea.
I knew the left would cannibalize itself eventually, but that was quick. They didn't even wait for the dems to get in power (and let's hope for humanity, that they won't). The comments section in the article is gold. Hope to see more of society finally wake up to this.