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CNN's Keith Boykin claimed that racists destroyed the Black Lives Matter painting in Harlem when it was an anti-BLM black woman.
"Days after racist Trump supporters vandalized the #BlackLivesMatter street painting in Harlem, the local artists and community leaders who created the mural have repaired the damage," Boykin tweeted with a video of the corrections.
While Bevelyn Beatty is for President Donald Trump, she is also a vocal Christian black woman who has repetitively demonstrated her opposition to the BLM movement.
In a late night video of her destroying Harlem's street painting last week, Beatty was joined by others in a car full of opened paint cans.
The vehicle pulled along Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard with the trunk popped open and Beatty riding in the back, pouring black paint over the BLM mural "in the name of Jesus."
Someone yelled at her, "What's wrong with you? You're a black woman."
"Jesus matters!" Beatty shouted back.
This isn't Beatty's first act as a viral vigilante. She also dribbled black paint in broad daylight on the BLM mural outside Trump Tower last month, pounding on the paint can while dribbling its contents out in a trail behind her.
Beatty then smeared the paint on the ground on all fours while bystanders hollered expletives at her.
Police officers escorted her away as she declared, "We want our police! Refund our police!"
Beatty's crew also performed a "drive-by painting" over the BLM mural in Brooklyn last Sunday night in a YouTube live stream.
She sported black war paint under her eyes, stating to the camera, "We're taking our country back."
Pointing her finger forward, Beatty urged viewers to vote for Trump, vote Republican, and stand with the police force.
"The police need our help. They can't stand alone. Don't just sit by idly and watch your country burn to the ground," Beatty advocated.
With long paint rollers, Beatty and her followers dipped into paint cans and speared black paint across the "BLACK" on Joralemon Street.
Beatty left in her car before a violent confrontation escalated with pro-BLM supporters.
The live stream cut out when an aggressor charged at the camera behind a rolled down window.
The Post Millennial has reached out to Beatty for comment and has not heard back by the time of publication.