During a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life in Nashville, Republican Tennessee Governor Bill Lee said he wanted to bring Tennesseans together and that King would have said there is more work to do.
When Revered Barber rose to speak, with Lee less than 50 feet away, Barber rolled out thunder. “Politicians can’t say they love Dr. King and how he stood for love and unity, but then you deny and refuse to support his agenda.”
Rev. Barber stated before turning to add “Right Governor?” to Gov. Lee sitting behind him.