November 27, 2020

Muhammad Ali Jr.: “The Greatest” would support Trump, not BLM

Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali — aka “The Greatest” — would hate Black Lives Matter and he would consider it a racist group — at least, according to his son Muhammad Ali Jr. in a recent interview with the New York Post.

Muhammad Ali made his fame and fortune in the 1960s and 70’s as a heavyweight boxer, winning two world championships in his long career. Ali was famous not only for his boxing ability, but also for his sayings. He referred to himself as “the Greatest,” and said, “it’s hard to be humble when you’re as great as I am,” and “humble people, I’ve found, don’t get very far.” (remind you of anyone?)

Ali was also a charismatic showman and used his fame to advance civil rights for Black Americans — which is what BLM claims to be doing. But his son believes that Ali would hate what the BLM organization stands for.

In his interview with The Post, Ali Jr. rejected the idea that only black lives matter and said:

It’s not just black lives matter, white lives matter, Chinese lives matter, all lives matter, everybody’s life matters. God loves everyone — he never singled anyone out. Killing is wrong no matter who it is.

Ali Jr. had strong words for Antifa and he agreed with President Trump that they should be labeled a terrorist organization. He compared them to Muslim terrorists saying they were no different. He recognized the damage that is being done to the Black community in the name of BLM and Antifa.

They should all get what they deserve. They’re f–king up businesses, beating up innocent people in the neighborhood, smashing up police stations and shops. They’re terrorists — they’re terrorizing the community. I agree with the peaceful protests, but the Antifa, they need to kill everyone in that thing. Black Lives Matter is not a peaceful protest. Antifa never wanted it peaceful. I would take them all out.

Ali Jr. is one of many Black voices that have spoken up to decry the anti-police protests that have arisen in the wake of George Floyd’s death in May.

“Not all the police are bad, there’s just a few,” Ali Jr. said. “There’s a handful of police that are crooked, they should be locked up,” he said. “I never had a bad scene with a cop. They’ve always been nice and protect me. I don’t have a problem with them.”

“It’s a racial statement,” he said of Black Lives Matter. “It’s pitting black people against everyone else. It starts racial things to happen; I hate that.” Ali Jr. continued:

My father would have supported [Trump]. Trump’s not a racist, he’s for all the people. Democrats are the ones who are racist and not for everybody.

These [Democrat politicians] saying Black Lives Matter, who the hell are you to say that? You’re not even black. Democrats don’t give a s–t about anybody. Hillary Clinton doesn’t give a s–t; she’s trying not to get locked up.

Trump is much better than Clinton and Obama. … The only one to do what he said he would do is Donald Trump.

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31 Responses

  1. AMEN! Mohammen Ali jR!
    If you would get out and spread the word, that would be great. YOU NAILED IT!
    BLM is a TOTAL FRAUD! ANTIFA are TERRORISTS and the Donkeys are complicit in both!


  2. Amen to that Ali jr. Your dad was one of the greatest people to ever live! Loved watching him when I was a young man. He raised a great son and a great American!

  3. I totally agree! I wish more people would realize that the BLM isn’t for anyone. Just to cause death and violence and destruction. The Corrupt Democrats, not all, are tightly woven with these villains. Time for all Americans to stand against them and not let them ruin their country. I’m tired of the governors that keep allowing this to go on. Time to end them.

    1. I liked Ali when he was Cassius Clay, and liked him when he became Muhammed Ali. Great fighter, and a great man. I applauded him when he refused the draft-though I personally did not think the draft was bad, I loved that he was willing to sacrifice whatever it took to stand by his principals. Was hoping that he would run for president, or some high office-now I am glad he didn’t, because he would have been surrounded by people so corrupt and so evil that even he may not have been able to stand up to them. So his legend is untarnished, and his record is clean. Watched him from the time he fought Sonny Liston-back in 1964. Keep fighting, Jr. It is worth it in the end. I am an elderly woman from WI.

  4. I remember my father, he never ever let one fight of Ali slips off from his calendar! My dad was once a non-pro boxer in his early age! I miss him so much!

  5. Great answer Jr., I loved your dad and his skills, he was the Greatest. Keep up your correct thoughts on BLM and the others, I agree with what you said.

  6. WOW!!!🇺🇸🇺🇸
    MOHAMMED ALI, JR. Your words and emotions behind them are so readily apparent!! I’m so proud to be part of the same God-fearing America with you!pl Please continue

  7. Way to go. Same thing I’ve been trying to say for way to long now with nobody listening. Glad to know others feel the same way. More then just black people are targeted by some policemen but not all policemen are bad just a select few. This does not give anybody the right to terrorize our country. I’ve always been proud to be a democrat but recently I’ve been wondering what they are doing letting theses things go. I think I’ll always be Democrat and don’t like being put in a category of a “Dumocrat” that is just like saying all “white” people are racist.

  8. Well Stated. Agree With You wholeheartedly Muhammad Ali, Jr..

    ANTIFA, a multi ethnic communist group, must be eradicated to the point of extinction just like ISIS; along with all their backers and supporters who have aided them. They should all be hunted down.

  9. The TRUTH of AMERICA &what we need to BE !!! Well SPOKEN good & FAITHFUL SERVANT!!! By the way that means a “”SERVANT OF THE LORD”” not of any person !!!

  10. MA Jr, a smart man just like his dad. I would love for him to come out and openly support President Trump for the good of young Black Americans everywhere.

  11. Ali Jr. Your Dad raised you well. To speak the truth in the face of adversity is Divine. Only truth can exist in the Divine world.

  12. Like!! I blog frequently and I really thank you for your content. The article has truly peaked my interest.

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