Run The Jewels’ Killer Mike Doesn’t Mince His Words On Trump Supporters’ Domestic Terrorism: ‘It Is Evil’

HipHop News Posted on January 8, 2021 at 4:57am

Run The Jewels’ Killer Mike Doesn’t Mince His Words On Trump Supporters’ Domestic Terrorism: ‘It Is Evil’

America witnessed a horrific scene at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday (January 6) when a swath of fired-up Trump supporters stormed the building.

America witnessed a horrific scene at the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C. on Wednesday (January 6) when a swath of fired-up Trump supporters stormed the building, causing both the Senate and House to be evacuated. Five deaths and 52 arrests later, the embers are still falling as Congress puts the pieces back together.

Killer Mike, never one to hold his tongue when it comes to polarizing socio-political issues, watched the blatant breach unfold on television. During an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Wednesday night, the Run The Jewels MC admitted he woke up on a “high” knowing his home state of Georgia went blue. But then he got a call from his 13-year-old daughter alerting to him to events taking place at the Capitol Building and used it as a teaching moment..centered-ad {

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“I don’t encourage what we saw,” he said. “And, essentially, it is violence. It is evil. It is I-didn’t-get-my-way-ism. It is the refusal to accept that this republic is ran by the power of the vote and people have voted the president out and the President-elect in and we need to accept that.”

Killer Mike also weighed in on what was called a “clear difference” between police presence during the Black Lives Matter protests last summer and the police presence at the Capitol, saying, “We know that justice is lopsided. We know. There has been this e

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