A former Black Lives Matter movement member appeared on Fox News to decry the ideology he used to support. Fox News reports that the former activist was particularly upset by San Francisco’s proposed reparations program for Black residents of that city. Xavier DuRousseau, who is African-American, does not believe that the proposed plan by San Francisco makes sense, and he is opposed to the program. Fox News reports that DuRousseau is now a PragerU personality and that he appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” to say that the reparations program is “virtue-signaling” to “indoctrinate” minorities into making them all feel like victims. Durousseau said the following: “I think it’s important that, first of all, we call this exactly what it is: This is 111 ways to gaslight Black Americans into thinking that we need to be dependent on a system of handouts in order to be successful.” [tweet_embed]March 18, 2023[/tweet_embed] He continued by saying: “Black Americans have been indoctrinated with these lies for far too long, and I used to fall for the lies until I took a deep dive into the videos on PragerU.com and realized how easily debunked these fraudulent narratives surrounding systemic racism actually are.” Host Laura Ingraham stated that she felt that city officials are offering money, debt relief, and other programs as a social program that could ultimately end up blowing up in the city’s face. Durousseau agreed with that point of view and said: “Absolutely. This is never going to actually happen. It is so unrealistic to think that the average family in San Francisco is going to be able to pay $600,000 extra apiece.” The former activist said that some of the worst proposals being considered by San Francisco authorities include selling houses to African-Americans for just $1. He said: “As an American and as someone who used to live in the San Francisco Bay Area, it’s disgusting to me that we are more focused on slavery, which ended in 1865, than we’re focused on the veterans who are on the streets of San Francisco — homeless and begging for spare change — in 2023.” There are a lot of people with varying opinions about these proposals. Still, most have raised a wary eye at the idea that San Francisco will make such considerable concessions to residents who happen to be Black.