Ellen Degeneres the host of the Ellen show, in a one month period of time went from bolding proclaiming her ally status for Black Lives Matter, saying she wanted to learn and educate others about Black Lives Matter and how to understand the injustice toward Black people and defunding the Police, to calling the police, herself, to ask for help when her upscale home burglarized of expensive items.
It is questionable if radical progressive White women actually believe their own statement when they declare themselves as part of the Black Lives Matter movement, or if these women are being honest about wanting to eradicate police for themselves and their own property.
“As a White person, I do not always know what to say, we have to admit there is a lot we don’t know about Black people’s lives and about a Black person’s experience. And there is a horrible injustice toward Black people.” DeGeneres said June 4 in a video for her social media, when she committed to being an ally to the Black Lives Matter, a Marxist organization meant to defund local police.
In the video, DeGeneres said, ” I want to be an ally fighting for a change. I think White people need to sit in our discomfort. We have to learn how to do better. I want to help educate others.” Degeneres made a video that was meant to direct people how to be an ally for Black Lives Matter and stand up and speak boldly in support of BLM.
The problem with saying nothing. pic.twitter.com/4SJV4Nhfxh
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) June 4, 2020
Her tune changed on July 4th, just one month later when the Hollywood star needed help. That is when DeGeneres called the police, reported a crime, and they carried out their duties to help her by investigating her situation to see if they could reclaim her belongings.
“The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that the Montecito home of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia deRossi was burglarized on July 4, 2020. The residence appears to have been targeted due to the victim’s celebrity status. The exact description of the items that were taken is not available for release, but they are described as high-value jewelry and watches. Sheriff’s detectives and forensics technicians have been conducting an extensive and on-going investigation.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office is in contact with other law enforcement agencies to determine if this is related to additional recent celebrity home burglaries. The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind residents of some precautions that can be taken to protect your home and valuables within: Avoid social media posts that let people know that you are away on vacation Leave lights or a television on to give the appearance of someone home considering programmable lighting that can be scheduled to turn on and offWhile you are out of town:
1)Make arrangements for your mail delivery so that it does not accumulate and showcase that nobody is home inform your neighbors that you will be away and encourage them to report suspicious activity to inform the Sheriff’s Office that you will be away so we can provide extra patrol or premises checks by calling (805)681-4100 Anyone with suspect information is encouraged to call Detective Daniel Kohli at 805-681-4150”