The campaign for the nation's first post-Black president is gaining momentum, and the debate about whether or not we dare utter "Black Lives Matter" along the way has picked up much steam.
Jeb Bush says it's merely a "slogan", while Hillary Clinton it's not just a "slogan" but rather should be a "guiding principle." Bernie Sanders went even further, he Rachel Dolezal'd the phrase, and Donald Trump... well, at least he realizes the arresting officer in Sandra Bland's case was "terrible."
But it was Martin O'Malley's heroic fist-pumping "All Lives Matter" reaction to #BlackLivesMatter supporters at a Netroots Nation conference that really changed the tide. So much so that Charlamagne Tha God has come up with a new movement: #MostLivesMatter.
"People like to use that phrase ['All Lives Matter'] whenever anyone says, 'Black Lives Matter,' he explained on this week's episode of Uncommon Sense. "... Martin O'Malley, please do us all a favor and shut the f**k up forever."
He pointed to Bland's death as example. "It's like nobody wants to focus on the issue, and right now the issue is Black Lives Matter."
Charlamagne's Guy Code co-star, Andrew Schulz, who was sitting on the panel this week, chimed in for clarity.
"I don't think you need to say things that are obvious. Pedophiles are messed up. You don't need to come out and say these things... Just like cancer, you don't say, 'Hey we're raising money for all cancer.' You have: I'm raising money for Leukemia and I run for that.' And if you come with your breast cancer, they're like, 'Yo, beat it.'"
Charlamagne concludes, there are certain people who should simply "disappear," all of Fox News, for example, Trump, and Channing Tatum (because he's sick of hearing women talk about how attractive he is). "The moral is," he said, "Most lives matter."
Watch the "Righteous Ratchetness" segment in the video below.
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