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Fox News’ Harris Faulkner: Quentin Tarantino Could Make It “Potentially Worse” for Police [Photo Credit: Video Screengrab]
Fox News continued its attack on Black Lives Matter and are going in hard on Django Unchained director Quentin Tarantino, who marched against police brutality last weekend.

During Fox News’ OutnumberedHarris Faulkner reported that the New York City police union was calling for a boycott of Tarantino’s movies because he participated in the protest, organized by Cornel West and Carl Dix, founder of the Revolutionary Communist Party.

Outnumbered co-host Sandra Smith said Tarantino is “using his power to make a statement for everyone.” “And in the act of love and act of support, he’s hurting an entire community and hurting the police force and making for a very dangerous situation,” she added.

Faulkner said Tarantino’s participation could make the violence “potentially worst.”

Faulkner said, Tarantino “has made violence humorous in his films. Pulp Fiction, a feel-good movie about a lot of killing and a lot of blood, but in the context of ‘Don’t you find it funny.”

Um, how many people have been killed by Quentin Tarantino movies? Zero. How many have been killed in police-involved shooting? Far too many to county.

Watch Fox News’ Outnumbered hosts go after Quentin Tarantino: