MSNBC host Janet Mock shamed Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee over the weekend for trying diminish the "Black Lives Matter" movement with "unsophisticated manipulation" of Dr. Martin Luther King's words.
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I've heard a lot of bizarre defenses for displaying the Confederate flag, but this one by former Dukes of Hazzard star and Georgia Congressman Ben Jones has to take the cake.
Someone had to take up for Mama Grizzly and her rambling, incoherent speech in Iowa.
The relentless re-branding of Martin Luther King Jr. continues.
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart takes a look at the racists who have recently come out of the closet and dominated our airways, from Cliven Bundy, to Donald Sterling to members of the KKK. STEWART: We have made enormous progress in teaching everyone that racism is bad. Where we seemed to have dropped the ball, is in teaching people what racism actually is.
Good news, everyone! Racism is over... or so says Bill O'Reilly.
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Bill O'Reilly took a break from trying to pretend to his viewers that he has any clue whatsoever what Martin Luther King Jr. stood for or believed in, but it didn't stop him from using the 50 year anniversary of the March on Washington to attack the event's organizers.
I don't presume to know what was in the heart and mind of someone who was killed back when I was a very young child, but I'm going to go out on a limb here and take a wild guess that Martin Luther King Jr. would not want the likes of Bill O'Reilly speaking for him were he alive today.