Fox News host Shepard Smith is in a bit of hot water after he tried to push liberal talking points about “Black Lives Matter” during an interview with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal.
Smith was asking Governor Jindal about the recent killings of police officers in Baton Rouge, LA. Jindal made an impassioned speech that Americans across party lines need to come together and realize that all lives matter – especially since one of the officers killed was an African-American man.
“All lives matter” didn’t sit well with Shep Smith – check it out below, starting around 1:05:
This is the problem with our country under the “post-racial” president. Instead of coming together as Americans, the radical left wants to divide us between color, money, and religious beliefs. For some reason, a Fox News host is playing into that divisive rhetoric.
Here’s what Smith said, via BizPacReview:
“Governor, you know that phrase you just used is one that is seen by many as derogatory, right?” Smith asked Jindal. “I just wonder why it is that you used that phrase when there’s a certain segment of the population that believes it’s a real dig on them.”
Fox News should know better! We the People don’t want to be divided anymore. Obama’s America has been a nightmare for black Americans especially – it’s time we come together as AMERICANS!
If you want to see how conservatives are reacting – and it ain’t pretty – take a look at Twitter right now!
What do you think? Is Governor Jindal right, or is Shep Smith? Let us know in the comments below!