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‘The View’ Co-Host Warns Politicians: Banning Black History is a Dangerous Move

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On “The View,” host Ana Navarro celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day and criticized politicians, particularly in Florida, for their attempts to suppress Black History in schools.

She called out specific figures like Ron DeSantis and urged them to refrain from invoking Martin Luther King’s name if they support such measures.

Navarro also criticized politicians like Nikki Haley, DeSantis, and Donald Trump for their views on slavery and its impact on the country.

“I would suggest to my state legislature in Florida that, instead of making it easier to sue for defamation over being called racist, they should fight,” Navarro said. “And they should make it harder for there to be racists in Florida.”

“To all of those politicians who have supported bills, who have signed bills, who have brought up bills, introduced bills banning AP Black History or making it harder to learn history, and who, today, on MLK Day, are gonna put out statements in support of Martin Luther King,” she said.

“Take Martin Luther King’s name out of your mouth if you are supporting that kind of stuff.”

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