On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Jack Brewer, the CEO of the Brewer Group and a former NFL safety, explains why he doesn't see President Trump as a racist and why Joe Biden has done more damage to communities that President Trump because of his crime bill.

"My big cousin, one of them, he's 52 years old and he spent 31 years in prison. And so I always think about it because I know that that '94 crime bill took the majority of his life. He was a poor kid, he didn't have a mom and dad at home, was on the street selling drugs. And this guy never hurt anybody, but spent 30 years in prison. And so when I think about Joe Biden, I think about him. It's kind of disturbing to think that a man can get in front of the nation and call someone else racist and call someone else oppressive when they've done that. You know, I pray for him. "

"As a black man in America, I can't sit here with a straight face and tell you that I haven't been through racism because I have. I once just had to go to school every day with skinheads and threatening my family. I've taken on the KKK, my dad went to a rally to protect me. I've seen real racism. I know what it looks like and it doesn't look like what the media is painting right now, to call in the majority of white people white supremacist. And and that type of language is just not right. And people that are saying it have never experienced it. I have."