thank you, bernice king. i appreciate you joining us. >> god bless you. >> we'll be right back at the top of the hour.
i want to call out to bernice king. she actually invited me to martin luther king celebrations in atlanta several years ago. it was one of the highlights of my career, don. what happened to that woman was ridiculous. it was an overreaction. it was terrible. what they're passing is no good either, particularly the voter i.d., because, you know, they tried to pass a voter i.d., a picture i.d. here in ohio. i said if you pass that, i'll veto it because a lot of folks don't have a lot that don't have that thing and that isn't right. have them show some form of identification, but it doesn't have to be a picture. that is apparently in that along with limiting voting on sunday, which also i don't like that either. let people vote. >> so then what is going on here? i mean, you're still a republican, right? >> yeah, a very good one. >> so what's going on here? is this voter suppression? >> what i think, don, is that republicans -- some people do this because they're worry about the the integrity of the voting, okay? some feel t
i want to turn, now, to bernice king. daughter of dr. martin luther king jr. she is the ceo of the king center. thank you so much for joining us, bernice. i really appreciate it. >> thank you for having me. >> i want to play because i want our viewers to see it. i just want to get -- they need to see it of this state representative protesting and getting arrested while the governor signs a bill to restrict voting rights into law. >> the governor is signing a bill that affects all georgians. why is he doing it in private? and why is he trying to keep elected officials who are representing us out of the process? are you serious? >> no, you are not. represent -- >> she's not under arrest. >> for what? under arrest, for what? for trying to see something that our governor is doing? >> why is she under arrest? >> our governor is signing a bill that affects all georgians. and you're going to arrest an elected representative. why does the governor have more power than -- than a representative? >> why are you arresting her? >> why are you arresting her? >> bernice, the
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