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Bryan Cranston: 'When was America ever great for African-Americans?' Whitlock answers

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

While some celebrities are finally taking a stand against the one-sided leftist ideology that’s permeated our institutions at every level, others are doubling down on delusion. And unfortunately, one of these celebrities is Bryan Cranston.

The beloved actor from "Malcolm in the Middle" and "Breaking Bad" sat down for an interview with CNN’s Chris Wallace and decided it was the perfect time to go on a rant about Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again.”


Because he believes the statement is a racist dog whistle. Cranston smugly asks Chris and everyone watching “When was America ever great for African-Americans?”

And Jason Whitlock has the perfect answer.

“America is and has been the safest, most prosperous, most opportunity-rich land for black people for the last 60 years. That’s why Africans and other black people from around the globe choose to relocate here. They want what I experienced in the 1970s, '80s, '90s, and 2000s: freedom and opportunity derived from the greatest constitution ever written.”

He then goes on to point out that Trump wasn’t even the first president to use the slogan. In fact, Bill Clinton used it as a campaign slogan.

Yes, really.

Not only is "Make America Great Again" not racist, it’s simply a rally cry for a better, stronger America than we have right now especially under Biden’s leadership — and Cranston obviously has no idea what he’s talking about.

He’s being divisive for the sake of being divisive.

And that is definitely not to be applauded.

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