CBS News anchor Gayle King has spoken out following the tragic death of George Floyd -- she says it's "open season" on Black men.
"Once again I say thank goodness that there's videotape," she said after viewing the footage once again. "As the daughter of a Black man and the mother of a Black man, this is really too much for me today."
"I'm still rattled by this last story and she's practically strangling her dog to make these false accusations against another Black man," she continued. "I'm still so upset by that last story where the man is handcuffed underneath a car where people are pleading he can't breathe and we're watching a man die."
King added, "So we go from that story to this story, where she falsely accuses a Black man on television. I don't even know what to do or how to handle this at this particular time. I know that this is -- I am speechless. I am really, really speechless about what we're seeing in television this morning. It feels to me like an open season and it's not sometimes a safe place to be in this country for black men and today it's too much for me."
Is she right?