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July 26, 2015 -- Virginia's former Attorney General took a dip into the politically incorrect pool today when he said "All lives matter."

Ken Cuccinelli (R) argued that "Black Lives Matter" is a poor message because it makes white people feel less valued, according to the left-leaning Huffington Post.

The report noted a condescending comment from a black former State Representative who quipped he was "the only person at this table whose next interaction [with law enforcement] may cause them to be a hashtag."

Seriously? White people never get shot by cops?

Kenn recalls a close encounter with a small town police officer who pointed a gun at his head at about 2 a.m. in the morning. Kenn, however, would not have become a hashtag had the reserve officer's gun discharged because Kenn is not black.

You may hear Kenn describe the incident in the video below.

Indeed, all lives matter.

• According to statistics published by the U.S. Dept. of Justice, blacks committed 52.2 percent of homicides in the United States; nearly all were committed by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about four percent of the population.

When four percent of the population commits about half of all violent crimes, we would expect a disproportionate number of young black males to suffer from encounters with police.

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