Boom! It Took Morgan Freeman Just 2 Sentences To Destroy a Common Misconception About Race
Posted: June 5, 2014
CNN host Don Lemon didn’t know what hit him. Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman was interviewed, and Lemon asked if he thought race largely determined how wealthy a person can become over the course of his life.
Without hesitation, Freeman gave this great response. But something tells me that the ideological Mr. Lemon will still ask foolish questions to guests in the future.http://www.thepoliticalinsider.com/boom-it-took-morgan-freeman-just-2-sentences-to-destroy-a-common-misconception-about-race/
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