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In tonight's Talking Points on responsibility and protests, Bill O'Reilly said that Black Lives Matter "is the key group driving violence on the streets."

O'Reilly took issue with a statement by Atlanta BLM organizer Sir Maejor saying that he understood why a black man assassinated police officers in Dallas. O'Reilly called the comment "ridiculous" and "irresponsible," but not a surprise coming from someone within that movement.

He said that unfortunately President Obama "doesn't seem to understand the vitriol." Obama said yesterday that well-meaning activists within the movement shouldn't be held responsible for the indefensible things some protesters have said.

"With all due respect to President Obama, well-meaning activists do not associate themselves with a group that often commits violent acts and encourages violence through irresponsible rhetoric."

He added that Martin Luther King, Jr. would not have participated in a Black Lives Matter protest.

"How many more times are we going to have to see Black Lives Matter protesters destroy stuff?" he asked.

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