Juan Williams is going to take some heat for this one. During an episode of "The Five" he said it was a lie that cities burned last summer as they were discussing Democrats and the wokeness and cancel culture that comes with the far left.
Democrat strategist James Carville claimed that the leftist wokeness would be a problem, but Juan Williams tried turning that around and point the the far right and their issues.
Williams said, "I give James Carville big credit for taking on people in his own party and telling them they’ve got a problem, they need to respond to Republicans more aggressively and in language that people understand... I wish there were people on the right who are willing to say, we’ve got a problem with our extreme right, the people who are saying all those awful things before the January 6th riot at the Capitol, the people want to put out lies like the cities burned last summer, I think it’s important that people who are honest in American politics be able to hold honest discussions without allowing the extremists to set the agenda.”
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Brian Kilmeade, a host for "Fox & Friends," just had to reply with a quote from Carville and then counters Juan Williams
"'We almost lost the House and we never should have, we should have lost the Senate,’ he brings that up. And by the way, Juan, the cities did burn if you count Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, Seattle and Portland. But besides that, I think it was a pretty good summer —”
And of course, Williams says "that’s not true..."
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