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One might ask what do Laila Ali and Donald Trump have in common? Most of us without hesitation would in all probability answer “nothing” and by every reasonable standard you’d be correct, Ali is a young woman, a young black woman, while Trump is an old male, and old white male at that, however if we simply take the time and peel away the obvious, we began to realize that these two public figures have a lot more in common then we think, in their attempt to fight against perhaps the most cowardly act of all…“baseless innuendo.”

And nothing seemed more in evident of that fact then watching Muhammend Ali’s daughter attempting to defend herself by a politically correct and intolerant culture that no longer seems to distinguish or care about one’s individual right to live their lives according to their own dictates, and not someone else’s.

The controversy arose once again by a growing corrosive and destructive environment that attempts to punish those who do not support publicly the hate group “Black Lives Matter.” And this time it was Laila Ali’s turn to be in the cross-hairs of this vile hate group, and was immediately branded a disgrace to her late father’s memory.

Ali had originally posted on her Facebook page in response to those who wanted her to be more militant; “By me not posting, it doesn’t mean that black lives don’t matter. To me, it’s obvious that black lives matter. And then… I’m like, what is posting going to do? What is speaking out going to do? ‘Yes, black lives matter. Yes, white lives matter, Asian lives matter. All lives matter.’ And that’s kind of what my focus is.”

That post only seemed to infuriate the hatters more and Ali was once again forced to respond to the hate-filled backlash again; “I never once said that I wouldn’t post about the lives that are being killed in our country every day,” she says in the video, going on to note that she was asked about Colin Kaepernick’s anthem protest.

“I didn’t mean that I’m not a part of any movement. The division that goes on in our country, is part of the biggest problem. That doesn’t take away that I love my people,” she says before adding, “I’m black every day. My father, everything he fought for, of course I love black people, but I also love all people.”


Bravo! We love how the champ's daughter has taken BlackLivesMatter down a few notches.

She deserves some serious props! Please share this on Facebook if you agree with Laila Ali.

Source: Eurweb

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