Body Break’s Hal Johnson discusses fighting racism

Body Break's Hal Johnson discusses fighting racism 1

 

Omar Sachedina sat down with Body Break's Hal Johnson who explains why he made a YouTube video outlining his experiences with racism.

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10 Comments on "Body Break’s Hal Johnson discusses fighting racism"

  1. loved it

  2. I love hal and what he’s all about. However, the whole conservatism = racism point is its own form of bigotry.

  3. Covid-19 Comes from a Wuhan BSL4 Lab | June 17, 2020 at 10:49 AM | Reply

    they delete any comments that make too much sense, here. what filth

  4. Stop this subject! It creates division.

  5. Loved Body Break but initially it wasn’t clear the two were married. Just thought they were co-workers who worked well together.

  6. Darryn Monti | June 17, 2020 at 1:53 PM | Reply

    Why is NO Canadian news outlet investigating Prime minister Trudeau’s dialogue and open friendships with world leaders who are confirmed slavers, muderers, and despots. When questioned in the sad excuse for parliament we had today he called these issues ‘disagreements’ with a smirk on his face. Will any journalist be brave enough to look at this instead of pandering to him?

  7. I think Hal is mean’t to say when someone just looks/talks to him and ignores his wife thats misogny not racism…

  8. kris guntner | June 17, 2020 at 9:50 PM | Reply

    So canadian tax payers paid for his show for DECADES and yet we are “racists”?

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