WATCH: Larry Wilmore Begs Black Lives Matter to 'Please Disrupt Donald Trump'

After doing a bit of finger wagging last week at Black Lives Matter Seattle over their Bernie Sanders disruption, Larry Wilmore hosted a couple of Black Lives Matter activists from Boston to discuss their larger goals this election season. 

"Why do you think it's so important to make white people uncomfortable?" the Nightly Show host began.

"When we're talking about race in this country," Boston BLM founder Daunasia Yancey said, "we're often talking about making  people uncomfortable. What we're looking to do is get through that discomfort and get to the root solution." 

Wilmore, who appears to be very sympathetic to democratic candidate Bernie Sanders asked the two about why Black Lives Matter had targeted a "natural ally".

"All the Democratic nominees are not showing up for black lives," said Julian Jones, founder of BLM-Worcester. "Bernie Sanders, for as much as he was walking with MLK, he ain't walking that walk now."

Wilmore nodded with understanding but ended the segment begging Black Lives Matter go out of their way to disrupt GOP front-runner Donald Trump. 

"Do you have any plans to disrupt Trump's campaign?" Wilmore pleaded. Yancey laughed and responded, "We plan on disrupting all the candidates, yes". 

Watch the clip below:

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