Few people have the courage to speak out against Black Lives Matter (BLM) these days.
BLM is polling higher than both political parties in the US and about two-thirds of all adults see them at least somewhat favourably.
So what happens if you try to reveal the true problems facing Americans, or simply just point out what the BLM organization truly believes?
Actor Terry Crews found this out first-hand from CNN's Don Lemon recently, as the host scolded him for suggesting all black lives need to be valued, rather than having BLM only focus on police brutality.
Of course what he's saying isn't quite true because BLM does in fact inject it's viewpoint into many more topics other than just police brutality.
What Terry Crews and many others have pointed out, is that BLM is a Marxist organization that doesn't care much for traditional family values. The same values that, statistically speaking, make for much more successful human beings.
This is from the official Black Lives Matter website:
"We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure
"We make our spaces family-friendly and enable parents to fully participate with their children.
"We cultivate an intergenerational and communal network free from ageism. We believe that all people, regardless of age, show up with the capacity to lead and learn."
What Terry Crews was trying to point out, is that there are ulterior motives.
But Don Lemon doesn't want you to talk about bigger issues, he needs to control the narrative.
Don Lemon wasn't always this way. I'll show you a segment from 2013 to prove it.