Ron Stallworth, a black police officer who infiltrated the KKK, joins Megyn Kelly
A new movie from director Spike Lee tells the story of Ron Stallworth, an African-American detective who infiltrated the KKK. The film, “BlacKkKlansman,” follows the mission of Stallworth who went inside the KKK and consistently spoke with the group’s leader, David Duke, on the phone. Stallworth, who documented his story in the book “Black Klansman,” tells Megyn Kelly about the time he met Duke face-to-face when he was assigned to be his security guard and shows her his KKK ID card that he received in 1979.
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