Stanford Student Is Fed Up With The Left Movement – Calls Them Out In The Most Epic Way!


Ebbie Banks, a black Stanford University student became the star at a college Republican event when he told of his transition from BLM supporter to conservative. The freshman made the speech at a “Make Stanford Great Again” event.

The event featured Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens of Turning Point at the event. Banks described how he escaped from the Democratic plantation, to take control of his life and he declared that he was now free. Interestingly, Banks’ declaration is one becoming more prominent in this country since the election of Donald Trump, who the media has tried to portray as a racist and a white supremacist.

From The Blaze

During the Q&A portion of the event, Banks stood up and said, “I’ve been researching Black Lives Matter and I’ve been understanding the politics and how they are funded by white liberals.”

“Recently,” he continued, “I’ve been feeling like [Black Lives Matter is] white liberals in blackface. … It’s because the white liberals are all about feminism, LGBT — white liberals don’t really care about black people. I realize white liberals don’t really care about me, bro. I’m off the plantation, bro! I’m off the plantation, bro!”

Banks, emboldened by his own remarks and the positive response of the audience, added, “I’m empowered. They don’t want me to have power. They want to keep me dependent. But I’m realizing this. They put white liberal ideas — LGBT, women, non-binary, white feminism, all that Hillary Clinton stuff — put it in blackface!”

“The world is changing before our eyes. Tonight at Stanford, a black student stepped to the mic. He said he used to support Black Lives Matter until he researched their lies. He shouted to a packed room “BUT NOW I’M FREE”. The Black Revolution is unfolding and it’s beautiful.”

Banks told the College Fix:

“I am just at a place right now where I am just trying to find truth,” Banks explained. “To be honest, I am not either liberal or conservative — I am not even in the middle. I feel like both sides have partial truths, but not the whole truth. I am just trying to get as many different perspectives as I can. Engage in new ideas, explore new ideas.”

(Banks had consensual sex with a white woman during a conference and since then he has been treated like a monster even though he did nothing wrong.)

“The left only acknowledges certain kinds of victimhood,” he explained, “but then my trauma doesn’t get acknowledged and validated.”

“I feel like conservatives don’t like to act like racism is a problem, but then again, white liberals like to act like false accusations are not a problem,” Banks explained. “I’ve felt like even here at Stanford I’ve had trouble finding places where I can find support to help me overcome it.”

“I feel like conservatives don’t like to act like racism is a problem, but then again, white liberals like to act like false accusations are not a problem. I’ve felt like even here at Stanford I’ve had trouble finding places where I can find support to help me overcome it.”

And that is what led him to make the transition. The trauma he has suffered can be laid at the altar of liberalism.