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Asked About Human Rights Abuses in China, Steve Kerr Blasts the U.S. Over Human Rights Abuses, Gun Control

‘The world is a complex place and there’s more gray than black and white’
By Grabien Staff


KERR: "It has not come up in terms of people asking me about it, people discussing it No. Nor has our record of human rights abuses come up either, you know, things that our country needs to look at and resolve. That hasn’t come up either. So none of us are perfect and we all have different issues that we have to get to. And saying that is my right as an American. Doesn’t mean that I hate my country; it means I want to address things, right? But people in China didn’t ask me about, you know, people owning AR-15’s and mowing each other down in a mall. I wasn’t asked that question. So we can play this game all we want and go all over the map and, you know, there’s this such issue and that issue. The world is a complex place and there’s more gray than black and white. I realize that what’s popular these days is to make it black and white, and you’re either good or you’re evil, and so that’s convenient to do — to do things that way, but not realistic."

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