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Terry Crews Warns America Of Black Supremacy

While the rest of Hollywood seems to be marveling at the realization that the Democrats not only stole the 2020 election but control all of Washington, there are some that aren’t buying into the mainstream media. One of those A-list stars is none other than Brooklyn Nine-Nine legend Terry Crews. Not only did the star give a scathing review of President Joe Biden but he also warned the American people of “black supremacy”.

Appearing on CBS’s The Talk, Crews didn’t shy away from the subject of President Joe Biden or what he calls the “gatekeepers” of blackness. The actor said, “The problem with that is, black people have different views. When you’re white, you can be Republican, Libertarian, Democrat. You can be anything. But if you’re black, you have to be one thing. Even Joe Biden said, ‘Hey man, if you don’t vote for me, you ain’t black.’”

As the actor went on to explain, “Blackness is always judged. It’s always put up against this thing, and I’m going, ‘Wait a minute: That right there is a supremacist move. You have now put yourself above other black people.’”

For months now, Crews has been the center of controversy when he tweeted, “Defeating White supremacy without White people creates Black supremacy. Equality is the truth. Like it or not, we are all in this together.”

Again, what Crews is preaching is nothing but the truth, but given the current climate of America and the rise of Cancel Culture, he is being chastised for it. Yet, that still didn’t stop the actor from voicing his opinion and giving the people a dose of reality.

“I can’t really regret it, because I really want the dialogue to come out,” the actor explained. “Maybe there’s another term that might be better — either ‘separatist’ or ‘elitist’ or something like that. But the thing is, I’ve experienced supremacy even growing up. I’ve had black people tell me that the white man is the devil. I’ve experienced whole organizations that … because of the suffering of black people, they have decided that now, we are not equal, we’re better. And I think that’s a mistake.”