NBA LeBron James icon is starting the “More Than a Vote” organization with other black athletes and entertainers aimed at protecting black voting rights. “Because of everything that’s going on, people are finally starting to listen to us — we feel like we’re finally getting a foot in the door,”James told the New York Times.

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  1. If "Good Morning America" presents this movement to viewers as a "threat to the black vote"… Then I ask: What is the "threat"? It's not about George Floyd anymore… it's about "personal responsibility". You can't mandate "ANY color" to be responsible (or else it becomes communism). It's come to the point where the freedom "to be an idiot" is becoming a threat… just sayin'…

  2. LeBron James is a joke and a clown and a hypocrite the reason that is is because he's sitting here talking about the rights of people and equal rights and how black people have been done with the way they have for so long lens everything on the white people and makes it sound like white people the only ones that are racist or black people are just as racist but my biggest Point as to why LeBron's a joke a clown and a hypocrite is he's not speaking up at all for the rights of the people that are sitting in those sweatshops making the apparel and his shoes that he is he's not speaking up at all for the rights of the people that are sitting in those sweatshops making the apparel and his shoes that are sold with his endorsement and these workers on conditions that are deplorable they are absolutely terrible conditions terrible pay that has no rights those people are done wrong LeBrons not going to tell you anything about that because if you did something about that those people would either one not be forced to do that or they would be paid more which means he would get less so it's motivated by his own reasonings for his own selfish behavior it has nothing to do with treating people equally when you hear an athlete protest and tell you not to buy the shoes that he would endorse because of the conditions that the employees that put them together have to live in then I'll take him seriously and listen to what he has to say but until then he has his own hidden agenda