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'Black People Don't Believe That Black Lives Matter' Says White Radio Host (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Four African-American girls beat a 15-year-old female last week at a McDonald's in Brooklyn.

A cell phone video (below) of the brutal assault was posted on YouTube where it went viral.

According to PIX 11, dozens of teenagers cheered while the beating took place. The teen victim survived, but suffered black eyes and bruises.

In response to the incident, syndicated radio host Michael Berry stated during his March 12 show, "You know why white lives matter? Because that's what white people believe. The dirty little secret is, black people don't believe that black lives matter," noted MediaMatters.org (video below).

Berry stated earlier in his show:

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You know what's interesting is, of course, you don't need to say, "White lives matter." Because white people don't walk up to white people, put a gun to their head and blow them away. White people don't drive past the home of other white people, or black people, for that matter, white people don't drive past the home of other white people and shoot into the window, knowing there are children inside. White people don't walk into a McDonald's, and four, five, six, seven, eight, 10 of them beat the snot out of somebody for minutes on end. While everybody else cheers, hoots, hollers, and films it.

Sources: PIX 11, MediaMatters.org
Image Credit: The Michael Berry Show Logo

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