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Bob Woodson: Left's "Perversion" Of Civil Rights Movement Could Lead To Taking MLK Statues Down

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Civil rights activist Bob Woodson warned if the progressive left continues their "perversion" of the civil rights movement then he would not be surprised to see calls to take down statues of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Woodson also weighed in on political correctness, cancel culture, critical race theory, and the removal of statues in an interview with RT's Steve Malzberg.

"The fact that the statue of Frederick Douglass in Rochester, New York was torn down this summer gives you an idea of where the left is going with the perversion of the civil rights movement," Woodson said. "It's really a perversion of it that is causing this kind of moral drift."

"I wouldn't be surprised if this time next year they take his statue down," Woodson said of King.


Woodson on a female teacher striking a student's essay on MLK because in quoting the civil rights icon he used the word 'negro': "Here is an example of white America trying to say to black America what is offensive?"


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