On Tuesday, CBS Mornings welcomed left-wing filmmaker Ava DuVernay on the published to advertise her new Netflix biopic sequence about radical activist and former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Whereas chatting in regards to the ultra-woke propaganda viewers may anticipate on the upcoming present, co-host Nate Burleson – a former NFL participant – touted how the sequence outrageously in contrast the NFL scouting and drafting course of to “slavery.”

“Powerhouse filmmaker Ava DuVernay teamed up with activist and former NFL star Colin Kaepernick to inform his coming of age story. Duvernay and Kaepernick are co-creators of Netflix’s Colin In Black & White,” gushed co-host Jericka Duncan within the 8:00 a.m. ET hour phase. Additional appearing as PR agent, she proclaimed: “The sequence exhibits how his determination to take a knee to protest police brutality and racial injustice was born in his early experiences preventing for his desires.”

 

 

After taking part in a clip from the present, Duncan turned to DuVernay and cheered: “I acquired an opportunity to look at this, rather well finished. And I believe you had been in a position to humanize somebody who’s been demonized by many.”

Regardless of being wildly controversial for his anti-American views, Kaepernick was handled like a sufferer, with DuVernay sympathizing: “…he was telling me these tales and I assumed all these little microaggressions actually add as much as one thing. And that’s attention-grabbing to discover, the cumulative impact of the entire little slights that we really feel.” Moments later, she fortunately concluded: “However every part he went by had been steps on a journey that made him a singular American icon, proper?”

It was at that time that millionaire former soccer participant and present community morning present host Burleson talked to millionaire DuVernay about millionaire Kaepernick’s incendiary claims in regards to the NFL drafting course of:

And similar to each different mission that you simply do, you begin off within the first episode boldly and informative. And also you draw these parallels between the skilled scouting course of and slavery. And as a man who performed within the NFL, I bear in mind going to professional days and the mix, sitting there with my shirt off, in shorts, and them, you recognize, seeing how huge my arms had been and the way heavy I used to be as soon as I acquired on the size. And all of those guys with pen and paper on their pads attempting to determine in the event that they had been going to draft me or not.

He at the very least finally admitted that it wasn’t fairly “slavery”: “…the distinction is slavery was free labor.”

DuVernay tried to justify the absurd smear:

The piece that you simply’re speaking about, which is a comparability of the mix, that course of with them measuring the black physique and sort a slave public sale just isn’t about economics in the best way that we put it there. It’s about social management of a black physique. It’s about saying I’ll measure your worth primarily based in your muscle tissues, how briskly you run. In order that’s the purpose that that’s attempting to make.

Burleson agreed: “For positive.”

DuVernay gave Kaepernick full credit score for the horrendous accusation: “And that was actually Colin’s concept to say because the black males are being processed by this mix course of, this mix expertise, what that felt prefer to him. It felt similar to our ancestors, who had been additionally processed for revenue.” Burleson once more chimed in with help: “I agree with it.”

The filmmaker promised that the sequence can be stuffed with such unhinged rhetoric: “So he has some provocative concepts that we discover in it and all of it type of comes from his expertise.”

Leftists can throw out essentially the most vile, fact-free claims figuring out their allies within the media won’t ever problem them and even applaud such nastiness.

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Here’s a full transcript of the October 26 phase:

8:17 AM ET

JERICKA DUNCAN: Powerhouse filmmaker Ava DuVernay teamed up with activist and former NFL star Colin Kaepernick to inform his coming of age story. Duvernay and Kaepernick are co-creators of Netflix’s Colin In Black & White. The scripted sequence follows younger Colin as he navigates life as a black adopted teen right into a white household. The sequence exhibits how his determination to take a knee to protest police brutality and racial injustice was born in his early experiences preventing for his desires.

[CLIP FROM COLIN IN BLACK & WHITE]

DUNCAN: DuVernay directed the primary episode of the sequence and all of the scenes that includes Kaepernick, who narrates the present. Ava DuVernay, good morning and thanks for becoming a member of us in studio.

AVA DUVERNAY: Good morning, thanks for having me.

DUNCAN: Yeah. I acquired an opportunity to look at this, rather well finished. And I believe you had been in a position to humanize somebody who’s been demonized by many. How did you employ – or why did you resolve to make use of his hair as a place to begin, as we noticed in that clip, to essentially discover the reality and the depths of race and identification?

DUVERNAY: Nicely, you recognize, we used his life as a springboard, his adolescence as a springboard  to speak about bigger conversations about race, class, identification, respectability. And so he was very beneficiant and simply permitting us to excavate these early years. Hair just isn’t actually hair, proper? It’s a proxy to speak about so many different issues because it pertains to black individuals in American life, social management, like I mentioned, respectability. So it felt like a great place to start and it’s one in every of many alternative points of being black in America that we discover.

DUNCAN: You mentioned that Colin’s self-love journey is what drew you to essentially need to work with him on this kind of sequence.

DUVERNAY: I believe, you recognize, he – we met one another at a Time 100 occasion a couple of years in the past and he – he approached me about working collectively on one thing round his adolescence. At first I assumed, what am I going to do together with your adolescence? However as we acquired into it, he was telling me these tales and I assumed all these little microaggressions actually add as much as one thing. And that’s attention-grabbing to discover, the cumulative impact of the entire little slights that we really feel. And in order that was the journey.

TONY DOKOUPIL: It’s extremely attention-grabbing and actually creatively advised. So I believe we should always arrange individuals’s expectations, proper? As a result of after they press play, it begins with Colin speaking on to digicam, nearly like a documentary or like a TED Speak, after which shifts to – you’ve acquired Jaden Michael taking part in the younger Colin.

DUVERNAY: Yeah.

DOKOUPIL: Why did you resolve to do it that approach?

DUVERNAY: Nicely, we needed to not simply make a doc and never simply make a coming of age of a star’s adolescence. We’ve seen each. The concept was may we put them collectively and weave one thing that was simply extra dynamic within the telling of a narrative which may appear small. It’s a child going by child stuff. However every part he went by had been steps on a journey that made him a singular American icon, proper? What are the issues that make up who we’re? So the aim of this isn’t to see this and say, that is Colin’s story. It’s like what elements of my journey can I additionally see on this? And a mixture of codecs and textures and genres appeared like a recent solution to strive it.  

NATE BURLESON: It’s actually a hybrid. A drama, a documentary. And similar to each different mission that you simply do, you begin off within the first episode boldly and informative. And also you draw these parallels between the skilled scouting course of and slavery. And as a man who performed within the NFL, I bear in mind going to professional days and the mix, sitting there with my shirt off, in shorts, and them, you recognize, seeing how huge my arms had been and the way heavy I used to be as soon as I acquired on the size. And all of those guys with pen and paper on their pads attempting to determine in the event that they had been going to draft me or not.

However then as I’m watching this, I’m considering to myself, how vital is it for athletes to know, one, the method of turning into an expert athlete, such as you confirmed. However then, two, the distinctive alternative there may be to create generational wealth. As a result of the distinction is slavery was free labor. Now these younger women and men who come from circumstances that is perhaps harsh have an opportunity to reset financially, however should deal with the cash.

DUVERNAY: The piece that you simply’re speaking about, which is a comparability of the mix, that course of with them measuring the black physique and sort a slave public sale just isn’t about economics in the best way that we put it there. It’s about social management of a black physique.

BURLESON: For positive.

DUVERNAY: It’s about saying I’ll measure your worth primarily based in your muscle tissues, how briskly you run. In order that’s the purpose that that’s attempting to make. And that was actually Colin’s concept to say because the black males are being processed by this mix course of, this mix expertise, what that felt prefer to him.

BURLESON: Yeah.

DUVERNAY: It felt similar to our ancestors, who had been additionally processed for revenue.

BURLESON: I agree with it.

DUVERNAY: For revenue. So he has some provocative concepts that we discover in it and all of it type of comes from his expertise.  
DUNCAN: And earlier than we go, actually rapidly, the subsequent six months, you’ve acquired six different initiatives occurring.

DUVERNAY: I do know, what’s occurring?

DOKOUPIL: What’s going on.

BURLESON: You’re busy.

DUVERNAY: I’m grateful, that’s what’s occurring.

DOKOUPIL: We hope you come again. And Jaden Michael is wonderful on this.

DUVERNAY: Isn’t he great?

DOKOUPIL: Nice younger actor.

DUVERNAY: He’s a shining star, individuals will love watching him.

BURLESON: Unimaginable mission.

DUVERNAY: Thanks.  

DUNCAN: Ava DuVernay, thanks a lot. Colin in Black & White premieres this Friday on Netflix.