Clarence Page: Black Lives Matter Chanted That They Wanted Dead Cops Because They Have No Leadership ‘Like The Tea Party’

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On Friday’s “McLaughlin Group,” Chicago Tribune Editorial Board member Clarence Page argued that Black Lives Matter protesters chanted that they wanted dead cops because “They’re a hashtag movement, like the Tea Party. They don’t have a leadership.” After fellow panelist columnist Pat Buchanan brought up Black Lives Matter marchers chanting for dead cops, Page conceded that “some of them” had said that before stating, “That’s the problem. They’re a hashtag movement, like the Tea Party. They don’t have a leadership.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett