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Retired NFL player Jack Brewer has called on MSNBC host Joy Reid to either apologize or face a libel suit for claiming black children associated with his foundation had were victims of child abuse when they were photographed with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis during the signing of a critical race ban. theoretical course.
Brewer, founder of the Jack Brewer Foundation, told ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ on Tuesday that the young people pictured with the governor are ‘children of God’ who do not deserve to be attacked publicly on national television by the left-wing commentator .
“These same children, the majority you see in this photo that is with me, are fatherless children – children who come to our center every day to learn reading and math when they go to public schools,” did he declare.
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“I don’t think people like Joy Reid are used to seeing young, fatherless, African-American boys who love this country and really understand what their potential is.”
Reid made his remarks on Twitter in response to a Florida Democratic lawmaker’s criticism of the presence of children from an umbrella organization the Jack Brewer Foundation:
State Senator Shevrin Jones claimed that DeSantis was committing “the real indoctrination” by surrounding himself with “young black men who are unclear on the message, holding up a sign they know nothing about.”
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Reid retweeted Jones, writing that “this misuse of black boys amounts to child abuse. I would really love to hear the story of these kids and how they ended up at a DeSantis event. DeSantis is only using black kids that way is even sicker.”
Later, Brewer said he didn’t hate Reid but prayed for her.
“She should be fighting alongside me here. I work and serve these kids every day. They eat at my house. They sleep on my couch. When they need new shoes, I buy them,” he said. declared. .
“She’s going to have to apologize. I want MSNBC to apologize or else I’m going to have to pursue my legal strategy that my lawyers are putting in place.”