A powerful appeal to Dwayne Johnson's leadership

(CNN) Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson posted a video calling for President Donald Trump in the wake of George Floyd's death.



The actor said in a video post on his social media channels that the United States was "handicapped" and "kneeling and pleading for change."
 A video message posted early Thursday has been viewed more than 7 million times.Johnson asks: "Going into our country, running on our knees, and raising one hand, 'You stand up, stand with me because I have found you. I have listened to you. Until the day I die, my last breath. My word is what is going to be done. Equality to normalize and normalize the change that is needed is because Black Lives Matter. 'Where are you?' He captioned the video with the caption, "Because we're all here. Maybe one day a galvanizing leader will come out. Somehow, the process of change has begun." Johnson is one of the many voices in Hollywood that demands action and change from their fans and politicians. Jay-Z took full pages in newspapers this week to honor Floyd.A former Minneapolis police officer who was stabbed to the knee in George Floyd's neck has been charged Wednesday with second-degree murder - and three other officers at the scene are accused of supporting and humiliating a second-degree murder. Applied.


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