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The New York Times published a feature story Sunday lamenting how the slaughter of five Dallas police officers halted the momentum of Black Lives Matter.

 Greg Gutfeld said it must be hard for the paper to swallow a new Harvard study that found no racial bias in police shootings - "which undermines the whole narrative."

"But facts lose to feelings - for identity politics always culminates in emotional tribalism. Because such division guarantees attention."

Gutfeld also commented on a viral photo that's been widely circulated in the media showing a black woman standing in front of police in riot gear in Baton Rouge.

"A lone woman stands against the evil militarized police. So even after five good men are murdered, the stereotype must be maintained! The brutal force against the bravely peaceful. How touching. How fake."

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