Jaxson Ryker's Anti #BlackLivesMatter Post Resurfaces In The Wake Of Controversial Pro-Trump Tweet

Last night, Jaxson Ryker came under fire for a pro-Trump Tweet in the middle of the gassing of peaceful protesters, and the Forgotten Sons member has now received more backlash for an old Facebook post...

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Just after Donald Trump's unconscionable order to assault and tear-gas peaceful protesters so he could walk to a church in order to get his photo taken holding a bible (upside down), SmackDown's Jaxson Ryker decided to send out a Tweet showing support for his POTUS.

Not too surprisingly, this led to a lot of backlash - including from some of his fellow WWE Superstars - and now a Facebook post from 2019 has resurfaced which makes his views on the #BlackLivesMatter movement abundantly clear.

In it, Ryker (real name Chad Lail) called the movement "garbage," and spouts more nonsense about watching 12 Years a Slave so black people can "realize how good you all actually have it" now.

"Pretty touchy subject but all this black lives matter garbage baffles me. I challenge anyone of any color or race to go watch 12 years a slave, the movie and realize how good you all actually have it. Learn heritage. Christ, Gandhi, Budda; they all taught love and caring for others. This is getting out of hand. I pray for this nation daily.”

Oh, and it turns out, Lail's half sister - who is black - also called him out on Twitter.

If nothing else, Ryker has certainly gained The Forgotten Sons some heat... but probably not in the way he was hoping.

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