Trump apologists get some love in ‘The Way Forward’

“We’re going to have a very special place at the center of the next generation,” the Rev. Al Sharpton, one of the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement, said in a video released by the Revlon Foundation.

The video was meant to promote his foundation’s campaign to end gun violence, but has gone viral.

“The way forward is to stand up for the black lives of all lives, and the lives of every person who is in pain because of racism and discrimination,” he said.

Sharpton added: “This is the time to stand and to be counted.”

The Rev. William Barber II, a prominent civil rights activist and author of The Black Man’s Guide to Freedom, is a prominent figure in the conservative movement.

He is a supporter of Trump.

Barber wrote in an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal that the Trump administration is “trying to divide us” and “is waging war on black men.”

Trump’s administration has been at war with Black Lives Matters for years, and it has been widely condemned for its attacks on civil rights groups.

Trump’s Justice Department has issued numerous rulings that are aimed at punishing civil rights activists and the media for their work.

The president’s administration is also investigating a number of black political leaders, including Black Lives and other activists.

“These are not just black lives.

They are all lives,” Sharpton said.

“It’s not just about what you can do with your money.

It’s about what this country stands for.”

A spokesperson for Rev. Barber said that his comments are not in the public interest.

“Rev. Barber is an American who believes that all people deserve equal rights under the law,” the spokesperson said.

He also said that the Rev’s message of unity with the black community is one of “deep concern” for him.

“I’m a proud American, a proud person, and I’m going to continue to stand for what I believe is right.”