Megyn Kelly Takes On Former Black Panther Leader – Drops HAMMER Of Truth On Him! [VIDEO]

Megyn Kelly Takes On Former Black Panther Leader – Drops HAMMER Of Truth On Him! [VIDEO]

There are racists of all kinds in our world. However, our nation is being torn apart by a virulently racist organization. No, it’s not neo-Nazis or the KKK; it’s a coalition of angry black supremacists calling themselves “Black Lives Matter.” Some are more radical than others, but the new name is simply a rebranding of the kind of violent anti-white hatred that has festered for decades. One such purveyor of hatred is Malik Zulu Shabazz, an infamous racist who pretends that his hate group is a civil rights group.

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From Western Journalism:

Faced with an insistence on the part of a former Black Panther leader that the police are never in the right, Megyn Kelly lashed out Tuesday that “there’s no reasoning with you.”

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Malik Zulu Shabazz, former member of the Nation of Islam, the New Black Panther Party, and the current president of Black Lawyers for Justice, appeared Tuesday night with Kelly at the Republican National Convention, arguing that America’s “white power structure” is perpetuating the killing of blacks.

Citing the deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and Michael Brown, Shabazz said “our blood is being spilled in the streets.”

When the name of Brown was mentioned, Kelly pointed out that Brown was in fact the aggressor in that case.

“That was your version!” Shabazz shot back. “Your attitude is part of the problem. Your attitude of blame the victim — that basic position of what we call white supremacy and white privilege is believing that an unarmed black man–all of us unarmed being killed by armed police officers somehow is our fault.”

Taking issue with being called a white supremacist, Kelly noted Shabazz is the one who has made “racially insensitive comments, time and time again.”

Kelly was like referring to comments Shabazz has made in the past, such as a 1995 speech at the African Black Holocaust Nationhood Conference in Washington, D.C., where he said, “The Caucasians and the government are arrogant, telling us how to suffer. America should be glad that every black man is not on a killing spree for all the suffering they have done.”

For this reason, Kelly said, “It’s hard to take you seriously when you try to speak out about police and issues of race.”

Kelly, trying to find common ground, asked Shabazz, “Why can’t we agree there are some cop shootings that are bad and of course there are some cops that are racist … but some of these shootings are OK … within the confines of policy and the law — not all of these are racist cops.”

“No, no. I don’t agree with that. I don’t agree with that. I don’t agree with that,” Shabazz responded.

“So there’s no — there’s no reasoning with you. Can’t you understand that the cops feel like targets now just for doing their job?” Kelly asked.

However Shabazz insisted that “no one has constrained them. No one has brought them under control.”

He then took a shot at Donald Trump saying, “This campaign here is creating an atmosphere where more police brutality is expected due to this type of campaign which promotes racism and division, it’s going to create more police who desire to kill us.”

Seeming to grow increasingly frustrated, Kelly probed further into comments Shabazz has made in the past.

“Do you believe that white people are inherently evil?” she asked. “Do you use the term ‘cracker’ to refer to white people?”

“Did you say we should kill every G-Damn Zionist in Israel?” she continued.

As Shabazz dodged answering the questions directly, Kelly said she wanted “the audience to know what you stand for.”

“Until we get reparations and compensation for all the blood that you’re spilling, of our blood then Miss Kelly there can be no peace,” Shabazz concluded.

Shabazz has highlighted a sobering reality: there is nothing whites can say or do that will satiate the demands of Black Lives Matter, the Black Panthers or any other similar hate group.

In fact, concessions only seem to prompt further and more-radical demands.

It’s time for America to put its foot down and stop bowing to this nonsense. We can either live in peace with each other or we can endure this racial strife.

What we should never do as a country is validate the delusions of these bigots who have disguised black supremacy as a civil rights issue.

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