‘Walking Dead’ actor ripped as ‘Nazi,’ ‘racist’ for wearing pro-cop shirt—but he’s having none of it. Read the article to know the complete story.
The Walking Dead is an American post-apocalyptic horror television series developed by Frank Darabont for AMC that is based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Jeffrey Dean Morgan was born on April 22, 1966, he is an American actor. He is known for his roles in Supernatural, Grey’s Anatomy, superhero film Watchmen, The Good Wife, as a Negan on The Walking Dead. Click on the next page to continue.
How did all this start?
A cast member from “The Walking Dead” posted a photograph of himself wearing a pro-police T-shirt — a picture of the “thin blue line” amidst an American flag.
At that point actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan was shattered via social media. Morgan said he was known as a “Nazi” and a “racist” for posting the photograph. Click on the next page to read Morgan’s reaction.
What was Morgan’s response?
Morgan apparently was alluding to two New York City cops — Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu — who were lethally shot in their patrol car. This shirt was given to me at a convention by a woman, whose son, was shot during what was a routine traffic stop,” Morgan included,”He was black.”
Morgan was disappointed with people
The performer at that point attacked his spoilers, letting them know — in addition to other things — that they have to “grow up,” he said. Click on the next page to know what he did next?
He apologized with a post, which is now deleted, along with his first post.
“I stand behind the sentiment” of what was originally posted — but “what was meant as one thing has been taken as another. I understand those that are upset… and to those people I apologize,” he said.
What else Morgan said?
He said,”Of course, black lives matter. I stand behind that. Always have, This country means the world to me. The good people in it mean the world to me… the ones [sic] looking for a fight around every corner? Racists? Bullies? They don’t. We are a country divided and it’s getting scarier every day”.