With the recent attacks in Dallas, Baton Rouge, Minnesota, and Georgia tensions between the police and the African-American community are rising. Not helping matters is the “Black Lives Matter” group that is designed to radically transform society and law enforcement in the name of equality.
They’ve gained a lot of enemies, which includes Bill O’Reilly. Here is what he said about them.
O’Reilly said, “[T]here are too many incidents where minority Americans are being killed or hurt over low level beefs. That’s the truth, and law enforcement leadership must compel their own individual agencies to act with restraint. I support the police, you know that, and I do not believe they are targeting black Americans in general. … But, again, fatal mistakes are unacceptable, and there are too many of them.”
He then denounced CNN anchor Don Lemon, filmmaker Spike Lee, and CNN commentator Bakari Sellers as “provocateurs” and argued that Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (D) threw “a rhetorical bomb” with his comments about police.
O’Reilly concluded, “Micah Johnson was a hater and a terrorist. Black Lives Matter inflames, rather than illuminates. It is essentially a hate America group.