CNN Tries to Force Martin Luther King III to Disavow Trump. He Refuses...
Martin Luther King III met with Donald Trump today. You may have heard of his father, Martin Luther King Jr. If you're a part of BLM, then maybe not (see Forgotten MLK Jr. Quotes That Ferguson Liberals Can't Handle...). Meeting with MLK Jr's son on Martin Luther King Jr day sends a powerful message to some. To others, specifically of leftist, soiled-diapered persuasion? Trump meeting with a man of darker shade is unacceptable (see Steve Harvey Says He’s Encouraged by Donald Trump. Leftist Mobs Burn His Village...).
The press was waaay more concerned with Trump's feud with Rep. John Lewis. Or just trying to make Trump look bad in general, because this is CNN we're talking about here. Much to CNN's frustration, MLK3 tried to stay on topic instead...
REPORTER: Were you offended by the President-elect's tweet that Lewis is all talk and no action?
MLK: In the heat of emotion, a lot of things get said on both sides. I think that at some point I am, as John Lewis and many others are, a bridge builder. The goal is to bring America together. We are a great nation and we must become a greater nation.
He then told reporters that the President-elect said repeatedly that he's going to be a President for all Americans. CNN, on the other hand, has to CNN. Remember the guy Donald Trump called "fake news" last week? He's baaaaack...
REPORTER: Isn’t there something that just cuts to your core when you hear the president-elect refer to John Lewis as ‘all talk and no action? I mean nothing could be further from the truth, isn’t that right? John Lewis is not ‘all talk and no action.'
Wow, that's some bias. But to King's credit, he didn't take the bait. After repeating the respect he has for Rep. Lewis being a man of action, he surprised the press with this...
MLK: As I said, things get said on both sides in the heat of emotion. At some point, this nation, we've got to move forward.
In other words? There are way more important issues at hand here. Which MLK3 does end up going into. He voiced his frustration with the amount of American poverty, saying our focus should be on those issues. You know, instead of baseless character attacks and accusations of racism. CNN refused to give way though, and flat out ignored his statement on poverty. Naturally, it's a sensitive topic for leftists (see Yes, Democrats Need You to Stay Poor and Helpless. Here's Their Sick, Twisted Strategy...).
So if I understand what Martin Luther King III - son of Martin Luther King Jr - is saying, it's that people say things out of anger, and we shouldn't let that stop us from working together. Sounds a lot like 'tolerance' to me. But then again, the left doesn't seem to like real tolerance all that much...
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