CNN host Don Lemon lost it this week when debating actor Terry Crews over ‘Black Lives Matter,’ saying the organization is just about “police brutality” and has nothing to do with inner city violence or gun crime.
“CNN host Don Lemon had a bizarre debate with black actor and former football player Terry Crews over the Black Lives Matter movement. Lemon essentially admitted the only purpose of BLM is police brutality and was furious at Crews’ insistence that there is more to be addressed when it comes to the wellbeing of black lives,” reports TheGreggJarrett.com.
“Lemon’s reasoning is purely nonsensical. He is saying the movement titled ‘Black Lives Matter’ only refers to a very small percentage of black lives taken at the hands of corrupt police. Lemon is the poster child for the movement’s hypocrisy, which actually is claiming they are fighting only for a specific amount of black lives,” adds the website.
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CNN host Don Lemon refused to backtrack from vicious comments he made earlier this week that labeled “white men” the biggest terror threat in the United States; saying “the evidence is overwhelming.”
Lemon doubled-down on his heated rhetoric after coming under fire from both liberals and conservatives Wednesday; claiming “The vast majority of deadly attacks in this country from 2001 to 2016 were carried out by far-right violent extremists.”
"Let's put emotion aside, and look at the cold, hard facts. The evidence is overwhelming."@DonLemon presents the facts on domestic terrorism.#DonsTakehttps://t.co/PpH9t4Trvp pic.twitter.com/v3qDglsLaL
— CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) November 1, 2018
“I also want to talk about some uncomfortable truths. The truth about who really carries out domestic terror attacks in this country […] I said the biggest terror threat in this country comes from radicals on the far-right, primarily white men. That angered some people,” said Lemon.
“Let’s put emotion aside, and look at the cold, hard facts. The evidence is overwhelming… The vast majority of deadly attacks in this country from 2001 to 2016 were carried out by far-right violent extremists,” he added.