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#BlackLivesMatter | Lil Wayne, Morgan Freeman, That Guy T and more

Rapper Lil Wayne Is Asked About Racism in America. Very Few Could Have Predicted His Answer.
“Not only did I [think] it’s over, I still believe it’s over. But, obviously, it isn’t.”
That’s what rapper Lil Wayne told sports commentator Skip Bayless Tuesday when the Fox Sports 1 host asked the performer about racism.
“Where are we in the United Sates of America in race relations — in what you see from day to day in your life?” Bayless asked.
In response, Lil Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., gave an answer that probably left many viewers surprised.
“Skip, they wouldn’t want to ask me that,” Carter said. “They wouldn’t want my answer to represent them because God knows I have been nothing but blessed. These 33 years have been nothing but a blessing. I have never — and never is a strong word — never dealt with racism.”

Think ‘Black Lives Matter’ is helping blacks? You’re ‘dead wrong’!
A Washington Times columnist is counseling people to think twice about the White House-supported Black Lives Matter movement after a series of violent attacks against police officers.
Roland Warren, president of the pro-life group Care Net, writes: “Anyone who really cares about all black lives ought to think twice before they get on this movement’s bus. It’s heading in the wrong direction.”
The movement developed after the shooting deaths of black teens Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown. In both cases, the shooters were exonerated.
But with encouragement from the White House, the movement alleging blacks are being targeted by white cops has surged, and threats by Black Lives Matter activists have been followed by a series of police shootings.
Black Libertarian Calls Out Black Lives Matter’s Culture of Divisive Politics & Victimhood
After Black Lives Matters activists disrupted a speaking engagement at DePaul University by conservative political commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, a rising black libertarian YouTube personality, who goes by That Guy T, took aim at the social justice group for their hypocrisy.
Last Tuesday, BLM protestors at DePaul University shouted down and disrupted an event by Yiannopoulos, attempting justifying their actions by claiming that the conservative spreads hate and violence through his speech – which is ironic given that the only acts of violence precipitated by the speaking event came from one of the protestors who attacked Yiannopoulos on stage.
Sheriff David Clarke: Black Lives Matter Cares About Political Power, Not Lives
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke criticized the Black Lives Matter movement for their absence during flooding in Louisiana during an interview Tuesday on “Fox and Friends.”
Clarke also called President Barack Obama an “elitist” for delaying a visit to Louisiana while he was on vacation.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Urges Police, Black Community to Engage in ‘Conversation’
Former NBA All-Star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar urged police and the black community to start having meaningful conversations following both the recent targeted killings of law enforcement officers and the deaths of black men at the hands of police.
“It’s a frightening thing to see the breakdown start to occur like that because without the police, we don’t have a civil society,” Abdul-Jabbar told ABC News’ White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl in Philadelphia. “We have chaos, and we need police absolutely. They are really heroes. We ask too much of them, and they try to do it with a smile.”
“The former Los Angeles Lakers star said “institutionalized racism” in the criminal justice system has made it more difficult for conversations to take place between law enforcement and the black community. “There is no conversation,” he said. “They’re not even talking past each other.”
“People make assumptions about people of color, and people of color make assumptions about the law enforcement apparatus, and neither one of them are correct,” he said.
Abdul-Jabbar grew up in a family of police officers. His father worked as a transit cop in New York City, and his grandfather also served as a police officer.
Charles Barkley says ‘reason why there’s racial stereotypes’ is because ‘some black people are crooks’ after police-involved shootings
After two police-involved shootings last week, Charles Barkley decided to call out — not the cops — the black community: “We’ve got to do better.”
The outspoken NBA star believes that in the wake of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile being killed, as well as five Dallas police officers murdered by a gunman, “there’s a lot of people at fault” and the police aren’t just to blame. Barkley, whose bodyguard is a cop, respects and admires what police officers do.
“The cops have made some mistakes; black people have made some mistakes,” Barkley said on “The Dan Le Batard Show” Tuesday. “We have to sit back and be honest with each other. The cops have made some mistakes, that don’t give us the right to riot and shoot cops.”
POWERFUL: NFL Star Ray Lewis Puts #BlackLivesMatter on Notice
Things got emotional in a recent video Ray Lewis posted to Facebook. He’s not been impressed with the likes of BlackLivesMatter. Can’t say we blame him. So the former Ravens linebacker set to vent his frustration… Particularly with the constant self-victimization that BLM embraces. He cites rising numbers in black on black crime and chastises self-professed activists for ignoring the main cause of black deaths. Overall? He hits the nail on the head. And does so with passion.
Obama’s Police Hating BLM aren’t Like MLK, More Like KKK and NSM by AlfonZo Rachel
Michelle Obama has said blacks should vote democrat, and Barack tips his hat to BLM, But BLM are just becoming an intimidation arm of the democrat party the same as the KKK were, and they are sold out for socialism the same as the nazis. On top of that all of the aforementioned depend on justifying the hatred of a group or groups and unifying others on that hate and anger and motivate with the us against them mentality to achieve their insatiable goals.
NFL Legend Jim Brown DESTROYS #BlackLivesMatter
There’s a push on social media by slacktivists to get NBA and NFL stars to boycott sports games over #BlackLivesMatter court decisions. NFL Legend, and powerful voice in the actual civil rights movement, Jim Brown was asked for his thoughts.




YouTube Video: Morgan Freeman: Black Lives Matter Interview


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