Giuliani Calls Out The ‘Black Lives Matter’ Group, Says They Must Address THIS

July 11, 2016Jul 11, 2016

In the wake of the slaying of 5 Dallas police officers by a Black Lives Matter supporter, Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said on Sunday what every elected politician is too afraid to say for fear that they will be blasted by the liberal media.


“When you say black lives matter, that’s inherently racist,” Giuliani said. According to the Daily Caller, Giuliani also told the hosts on ‘Face the Nation’ that the BLM group promotes violence against police officers through their rhetoric.

“When there are 60 shootings in Chicago over the 4th of July and 14 murders, Black Lives Matter is nonexistent,” Giuliani pointed out, “and then there’s one police murder of very questionable circumstances and we hear from Black Lives Matter, we wonder: Do black lives matter, or only the very few black lives that are killed by white policemen?”

Giuliani believes that in order for the BLM group to not be seen as a group promoting racism they must acknowledge and fight against the crime epidemic in the inner cities. “I believe I saved a lot more black lives than Black Lives Matter,” Giuliani said about his policies that led to a major drop in crime. “I don’t see what Black Lives Matter is doing for blacks other than isolating them.”

Do you agree with Giuliani?