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  • Congressman Clyburn gives chilling advice about police to his grandson

    During a statement at a Congressional Black Caucus press conference, Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina revealed advice that he gave his 21-year-old grandson about what to do if police stop him at a traffic light. Clyburn said he told his grandson, "You've got to deny your manhood if you want to ensure that you come home alive."

During a statement at a Congressional Black Caucus press conference, Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina revealed advice that he gave his 21-year-old grandson about what to do if police stop him at a traffic light. Clyburn said he told his grandson, "You've got to deny your manhood if you want to ensure that you come home alive." Credit: C-SPAN
During a statement at a Congressional Black Caucus press conference, Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina revealed advice that he gave his 21-year-old grandson about what to do if police stop him at a traffic light. Clyburn said he told his grandson, "You've got to deny your manhood if you want to ensure that you come home alive." Credit: C-SPAN

Jim Clyburn had to give his grandson this chilling advice about police

July 07, 2016 8:25 PM