The Black Lives Matter movement is already hurting Democrats in their chances for the 2016 presidential election — and it’s going to keep on doing damage by keeping Democrats distracted from real issues.
That was the message from Conservative Review Chief Correspondent Deneen Borellit on Tuesday night’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” when she debated the issue with civil rights attorney Leo Terrell.
Terrell kicked things off for guest host Eric Bolling by claiming the protest group born last year is actually maturing into a political force.
“Black Lives Matter is a legitimate political group now that is going to be a major player in Democratic politics,” he said.
Bolling pointed out how the group has embarrassed Democrats by interrupting a Bernie Sanders rally in Seattle and made former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley apologize for saying “all lives matter.”
Borelli argued that the “disrupters” are already hurting Democrats with both the general electorate and minority areas, because they don’t address the actual problems plaguing black communities.
“This will harm the Democrat Party [in] the election,” she told Bolling.
“These individuals are disrupters. They’re not looking at the problems, the root problems that are happening in these communities, which are really a result of failed progressive policies. They have their own agenda.”
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