Democratic New York Rep. Charles Rangel says that when he served in Korea, he never became upset about seeing dead soldiers unless they “looked like me.”
“I was in combat and I’m telling you, I saw more dead people,” he said on MSNBC’s “The Ed Show” on Monday. “But I never was moved until I saw dead people that looked like me in my uniform. And it does make a difference.”
Rangel was attempting to suggest that black policemen should speak out against police violence, according to The Daily Caller.
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