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Stephen Jackson Tells Trump To Stop Speaking On George Floyd

Stephen Jackson Tells Trump To Stop Speaking On George Floyd

George Floyd was killed by police last week and since then, there have been protests all across the United States as people are sick and tired of racial inequality and how it effectively creates a culture of police brutality. Floyd was actually very good friends with former NBA star Stephen Jackson who has made numerous statements in the wake of his friend’s murder.

Jackson has been listening to the recent words of the President and as you can imagine, Jackson feels offended and fed up. Today, he issued a video on social media where he addressed the President directly. In the video, Jackson urged the President to keep Floyd’s name out of his mouth and even predicted that the President will be voted out of office.

“Hey, this message is for Donald Trump. Do not speak on my brother’s name,” Jackson said. “I’m making you a promise, you will not be in the White House come November. You will not be reelected, I’m telling you now. You see how the whole world stood together? Arm to arm, race to race, everybody standing for love? 50 states, 18 countries. That’s what me and my brother Floyd did. So we coming to get you out the White House.”

With protests continuing all across the country, Jackson’s words will truly resonate with those who are angry at the injustice that has been committed. Hopefully, Jackson continues to speak for what is right.