Kelly Loeffler Joins Laura Ingraham to Oppose BLM Political Movement: “I’m Not Going to be Silenced”

KELLY LOEFFLER JOINS LAURA INGRAHAM TO OPPOSE BLM POLITICAL MOVEMENT: “I’M NOT GOING TO BE SILENCED”

ATLANTA — Last night, conservative businesswoman and political outsider Kelly Loeffler joined Laura Ingraham on Fox News to oppose the Black Lives Matter political organization and to fight back against the Radical Left’s toxic cancel culture. As co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, Kelly wrote a letter to WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert opposing the League’s decision to advertise and promote the anti-police Black Lives Matter political agenda and instead advocated for placing an American flag on every jersey. As Laura Ingraham stated: “She is the only owner of any major U.S. pro sports league or team to call out the BLM movement for what it’s become: nakedly and radically political.”

As Kelly stated:

“[The BLM political organization wants] to abolish the police completely within five years … I felt like I had to speak out and make sure people understand this organization is divisive in its goals … This isn’t about me. This is about every American’s right to speak out … and not be canceled. We have this cancel culture that is threatening America … I’m not going to be silenced by it, and I encourage other Americans to speak out, and I’m going to stand for them.”

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