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Don Lemon to Terry Crews: Black Lives Matter ‘Not About What’s Happening in Black Neighborhoods’

Monday night on CNN, host Don Lemon had a heated debate with actor Terry Crews over the Black Lives Matter movement.

Crews said, “When you have the leaders of the Black Lives movement, who are now talking about, ‘If we don’t get our demands, we’re going to burn it down,’ other Black people who are talking about working with other whites and other races, they’re being viewed as sell-outs, or called Uncle Toms. You start to understand you’re now being controlled. You’re not being treated as loved. You’re actually being controlled. Someone wants to control the narrative. I viewed it as a very, very dangerous self-righteousness that was developing. That, you know, that really viewed themselves as better. It was almost a supremacist move where they viewed that their Black lives mattered a lot more than mine.”

Lemon asked, “You think Black Lives Matter, you said you think it’s an extreme movement?”

Crews said, “No, this is the thing. It’s a great mantra. It’s the true mantra. Black lives do matter. But, when you’re talking about an organization, you’re talking about the leaders, you are talking about the people who are responsible for putting these things together.”
Source: Breitbart