D.L. Hughley won't suffer any fools. The actor and political activist has been making the rounds on cable news since the police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile last week, and last night wound up on Fox News talking to Megyn Kelly.
Well, they were more like shouting at each other than talking.
Hughley struggled to get a word in edgewise against Kelly, who seemed fixated on discussing Michael Brown and "the lie of 'Hands Up, Don't Shoot'" and the "rush to judgment and the assumption you know something when you actually don't know it." But in the face of Kelly's nonsensical attacks against Black Lives Matter and other protesters, Hughley found his voice and then dragged the Fox News host for the filth — right on her own show.
After Kelly's shocking display of a double standard when accusing the Black community of rushing to judgment, Hughley replied sarcastically, "the only place racism doesn't exist is Fox News and the police department."
Damn! See Kelly's shocked reaction below:
Go off, D.L.!
Of course, at the root of the debate is the very real fact that far too many Black men, women and children have died at the hands of police. See the next steps Castile's family is taking to seek justice for their loved one with BET Breaks, above.
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