MLK ‘Injustice’ Tweet Comes Back to Haunt LeBron James

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by Warner Todd Huston

On Tuesday, LeBron James insisted that he does not want to be political about everything, but an old tweet saying just the opposite is now coming back to haunt the NBA star.

James told the Los Angeles Times that he doesn’t “think every issue should be everybody’s problem as well.”

James made his proclamation to get out of having to be expected to comment on the massive human rights violations happening with the NBA’s big-money partner, China.

But today, many fans are pointing to a tweet from last year that James made when he was working to appear as a serious progressive activist.

“Injustice Anywhere Is A Threat To Justice Everywhere,” he tweeted in January of 2018. Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to MLK ‘Injustice’ Tweet Comes Back to Haunt LeBron James

  1. Joe Z says:

    Apparently, the only thing that’s really important to that greedy phony is the almighty Yuan.

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