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Joy Reid Says ‘Zero Evidence' BLM Pushed for Anti-Police Violence, but Videos Prove Otherwise

Added 10-24-20 12:38:02pm EST - “"There is absolutely zero, none, zero evidence that Black Lives Matter has ever pushed for anything violent, pushed for anything violent to happen to police," MSNBC's Joy Reid claimed after the presidential debate.” - Legalinsurrection.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Legalinsurrection.com: “Joy Reid Says 'Zero Evidence' BLM Pushed for Anti-Police Violence, but Videos Prove Otherwise”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

“There is absolutely zero, none, zero evidence that Black Lives Matter has ever pushed for anything violent, pushed for anything violent to happen to police,” MSNBC’s Joy Reid claimed after the presidential debate.

During Thursday night’s presidential debate, President Trump said a number of things that set off MSNBC’s Joy Reid. The one that seems to have triggered her the most, however, was when Trump condemned Black Lives Matters’ hatred and violence towards police officers.

Before we get to Reid’s comments, here’s the exchange between Trump and debate moderator Kristen Welker, who is also a White House correspondent for NBC News:

Welker:Mr. President, you’ve described the Black Lives Matter movement as a symbol of hate. You’ve shared a video of a man chanting white power to millions of your supporters. You’ve said that Black professional athletes exercising their first amendment rights should be fired. What do you say to Americans who say that kind of language from a president is contributing to a climate of hate and racial strife?

Trump: Well you have to understand the first time I ever heard of Black Lives Matter they were chanting ‘Pigs in a blanket’, talking about police, ‘Pigs, Pigs’, talking about our police, ‘Pigs in a blanket, fry’ em like bacon’. I said, ‘That’s a horrible thing’. And they were marching down the street. And that was my first glimpse of Black Lives Matter. I thought it was a terrible thing. As far as my relationships with all people, I think I have great relationships with all people. I am the least racist person in this room.

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