Former Black Panther, Mason Weaver provided some very provocative comments against Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) on the Tucker Carlson show Monday night.

His comments stunned many in law enforcement, because he spoke out against liberalism that has symbolically enslaved inner-city blacks.

Mason Weaver, an author and former member of the Black Panther movement, said Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) presided over the “destruction of black America” in the years following his march with other Civil Rights leaders across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in 1965, reported Insider Fox News.

Responding to Lewis’ contention that President-elect Donald Trump is “not a legitimate president,” Weaver called Lewis an “illegitimate Congressman.”

Weaver called Lewis a “Civil Rights turncoat” who has “collaborated with the Democratic Party to oppress black America.”

He said the people who beat and ran over Lewis and his fellow marchers that day were Democrats, also pointing to the party affiliation of former Gov. George Wallace (D-Ala.), an avowed segregationist of the time.

“After they beat his behind on that bridge … he got up and joined them,” Weaver said of Lewis. “He joined the oppressors and became a stooge for them.”

Weaver said he could not understand why any African-American could identify as a Democrat, calling them the “party of the Klan” and the “party that went to war to keep slaves.”

“If you’re a real man, John Lewis, you stand up tomorrow and you apologize,” Weaver said.

You can view the interview here:

If Mason Weaver’s comments are accurate, it might explain why law enforcement has such a problem with inner-city crime.

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