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Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson said on "The Kelly File" tonight that the police shootings of black men in Tulsa and Charlotte give us an opportunity to openly discuss the issue of policing and race in America.

"One of the biggest things that we have to be able to do is handle conflict and handle it correctly," Watson said. "[When] we're able to look at our biases, look at our frustrations, look at our sin in this area, our pride and our selfishness, it allows us to move forward."

He explained that when people divide themselves up into groups and call each other names or engage in violence, it doesn't help anyone.

"What we're seeing here in Charlotte is wrong," Watson stated. "There shouldn't be any looting or anything like that, but what we're seeing is a lot of frustration."

He said that America can only move forward with a nationwide change of heart, and there's only one way to achieve that.

"Obama can't save us. Mrs. Clinton can't save us. Mr. Trump can't save us. The only one who can change the heart of man is the Lord."

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