August 23, 2016
It’s Roland moments like this that we live for.
On Sunday, a group of White Lives Matter protesters — some carrying Confederate flags and firearms — stood out front an NAACP chapter in Houston, TX. They say they were there to protest the organization’s alleged refusal to condemn what they saw as violent acts by the Black Lives Matter movement.
So, Roland had Ken Reed, one of the protesters, on his show.
It did not go well for him.
TELL US: Do you think there’s anything for the Black Lives Matter movement to apologize for?