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Martin Luther King III talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about his father’s life, legacy and his athletic skills that could rival Stephen Curry’s?

“Most people think it’s a holiday. It’s really are serious issues that are communities are facing. There are no reasons for symbolic marches because our young men are getting killed.”

What would Dr. King say about Donald Trump?

“He wold say that everyone has a right to foster a position. I believe he’d be disappointing in the stirring of the pot to divide people. He used to say we have to learn how to disagree without being disagreeable.”

Where would Dr. King say we are today?

“I think number one had he lived, wed be in a different place as a nation. He had a unique way of bringing American’s together. When you look at racism, poverty and violence…somehow as a society we still haven’t learned that message.”

Click the link above to hear the entire interview.

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5 thoughts on “Martin Luther King III Says MLK Would Be Proud Of #BlackLivesMatter, Played Better Than Steph Curry?

  1. As long as blacks allow themselves to be portrayed as victims, as long as liberals continue to portray bad black behavior as justified, and as long as black parents don’t rein in their children and keep them off the streets at all hours of the night, there will be more Fergusons/Baltimore City and unfortunately, that appears to be what Democrats and their media want.

    When rioters and “protesters” defend criminals and attack the police it is not a protest. It is an attack. When radicals and rioters defend the guilty and attempt to prosecute the innocent, it is not a protest. It is an attack. When they make race an issue when it is clearly not an issue, it is an attack. When whites are regarded as guilty before the fact and blacks guiltless even after the facts show they are guilty, it is not a protest; it is an attack. It is a calculated attack and the target is America, is us.

    “No Justice, No Peace!” is the cry of modern lynch mobs. It means “Our Justice, Or Else” – or else we will burn your city down. Or else we will burn your system down. This is the agenda of the left in the streets and of their supporters in the White House and the Democratic Party: “We are going to fundamentally transform the United States of America: your system of justice, your system of governance and your system of laws. If we can’t do that, we are going to burn it down.

    The mobs who have occupied our streets are not protesting injustice. They are a lynch mob demanding their due. They want officers of the law handcuffed and hung, and criminals (aka “political prisoners”) set free. They want honest juries disbanded, and racist judgments the rule.

    Understand that our president and his chief civil rights officer, who are encouraging the “protests,” are racists, as is the Democratic Party which exerts monopoly control over every major inner city in America. Why else would Obama and Holder looked to Al Sharpton, who is certainly the nation’s most

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