Sen. Kelly Loeffler, co-owner of WNBA's Atlanta Dream, says Black Lives Matter threatens to 'destroy' America

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Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Georgia, the co-owner of the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream who says politics do not belong in sports, doubled down on her stance against the Black Lives Matter movement.

A day after catching heat from the WNBA Players Association and multiple players for sending a letter to Commissioner Catchy Engelbert denouncing the league’s endorsement of the BLM movement, Loeffler joined Laura Ingraham on Fox News for an exclusive interview standing firm in her beliefs: BLM is “based on Marxist principles” that threatens to “destroy” America.

She also called the BLM group “anti-Semitic and doesn’t support the nuclear family.” Loeffler said she will not give up her ownership stake in the Dream despite players and the union calling her to do so.

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