So Now We’re “Somebody Else’s Babies.” Wow. I Guess MLK’s Dream is Really Over, Huh?
Cynthia Dagnal-Myron

It’s the culture, not the blood. If you can go anywhere in the world and adopt these babies and put them into households that were already assimilated in America, those babies will grow up as American as any other baby with as much patriotism and love of country as any other baby. 
It’s not about race. It’s never been about race. In fact the struggles across this planet, we describe them as race, they’re not race. They’re culture based. It’s a clash of culture, not the race.

This all seems very reasonable: I cannot see why anyone would have a problem with it. King was very clear and completely consistent all the way through. There was nothing remotely racist about anything he said. He clearly was talking about common culture, not race.

Cuomo kept trying to misinterpret what he said by making straw men. You completely misrepresent him in an attempt to cast him as a racist.

I am not sure why you seem to need to find racism everywhere you look, but there is none of it in this interview.

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