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Don Lemon shuts down Sheriff Clarke’s attack on Black Lives Matter on CNN

Black lives matter, CNN, Don Lemon, News, sheriff David Clarke -

Don Lemon shuts down Sheriff Clarke’s attack on Black Lives Matter on CNN

During Sunday’s CNN Tonight, Don Lemon was interviewing Wisconsin sheriff David Clarke about the recent shooting of police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana when the sheriff suggested that he had predicted the shootings.

Clarke suggested during the head exchange that the Black Lives Matter movement had created an atmosphere of violence and hatred of police. Throughout the exchange, Clarke interrupted and spoke over Lemon.

Finally, Lemon simply cut to commercial.

Check out the clip of the argument below, as well as the footage of the conversation that continued after the abrupt cut to commercial break.

The post Don Lemon shuts down Sheriff Clarke’s attack on Black Lives Matter on CNN appeared first on theGrio.


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