The Myth of Systemic Police Racism

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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
Here is the conservative of said opinion:
and here is the report, of 2015
--------------------------------
I would say its missing a lot of info.
Heather McDonald knows what she’s saying.. she’s a expert .. she takes in to account stats democrats deny, fatherless rate, lack of Education. Etc..
She has a conservative bias and it shows in her bio on wiki.
Nothing bias about it, data can’t be bias
it's an "opinion" piece
This is data lol

Helloooooo mcflyyy

In 2019 police officers fatally shot 1,004 people, most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous. African-Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year (235), a ratio that has remained stable since 2015. That share of black victims is less than what the black crime rate would predict, since police shootings are a function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects. In 2018, the latest year for which such data have been published, African-Americans made up 53% of known homicide offenders in the U.S. and commit about 60% of robberies, though they are 13% of the population.
 
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
Here is the conservative of said opinion:
and here is the report, of 2015
--------------------------------
I would say its missing a lot of info.
Heather McDonald knows what she’s saying.. she’s a expert .. she takes in to account stats democrats deny, fatherless rate, lack of Education. Etc..
She has a conservative bias and it shows in her bio on wiki.
Nothing bias about it, data can’t be bias
it's an "opinion" piece
Data isn’t an opinion
It was an opinion piece it said so

if the guy had data and could prove his case it wouldn't be an opinion piece
It was a woman.. it’s her opinion with data provided
If it is factual then why is it called opinion?

Words mean things
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You don't call a factual evidentiary article an opinion

Well maybe you do but no one else does
Maybe you can’t read
I don't read opinion pieces because IDGAF about anyone's OPINION
Read this In 2019 police officers fatally shot 1,004 people, most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous. African-Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year (235), a ratio that has remained stable since 2015. That share of black victims is less than what the black crime rate would predict, since police shootings are a function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects. In 2018, the latest year for which such data have been published, African-Americans made up 53% of known homicide offenders in the U.S. and commit about 60% of robberies, though they are 13% of the population.
 
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
Here is the conservative of said opinion:
and here is the report, of 2015
--------------------------------
I would say its missing a lot of info.
Heather McDonald knows what she’s saying.. she’s a expert .. she takes in to account stats democrats deny, fatherless rate, lack of Education. Etc..
She has a conservative bias and it shows in her bio on wiki.
Nothing bias about it, data can’t be bias
it's an "opinion" piece
Data isn’t an opinion
It was an opinion piece it said so

if the guy had data and could prove his case it wouldn't be an opinion piece
It was a woman.. it’s her opinion with data provided
If it is factual then why is it called opinion?

Words mean things
Cool
Story
You don't call a factual evidentiary article an opinion

Well maybe you do but no one else does
In 2019 police officers fatally shot 1,004 people, most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous. African-Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year (235), a ratio that has remained stable since 2015. That share of black victims is less than what the black crime rate would predict, since police shootings are a function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects. In 2018, the latest year for which such data have been published, African-Americans made up 53% of known homicide offenders in the U.S. and commit about 60% of robberies, though they are 13% of the population.



That’s not an opinion that is data that is evidence that is fax now go put your head in the pillow stomp your feet like a little baby and cry lol
One year?

You really think that one year matters?

What's the cumulative number of deaths while in police custody over the last 50 years?

That is what the outrage is about
Lol no data would be good for you.. go away troll
 

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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
 
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
 

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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
No.
 
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
No.
So systematic is another way for you saying you can’t explain why black people are out-of-control or you don’t wanna admit your democratic policies are killing black people.. go away
 

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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
Here is the conservative of said opinion:
and here is the report, of 2015
--------------------------------
I would say its missing a lot of info.
Heather McDonald knows what she’s saying.. she’s a expert .. she takes in to account stats democrats deny, fatherless rate, lack of Education. Etc..
She has a conservative bias and it shows in her bio on wiki.
Nothing bias about it, data can’t be bias
it's an "opinion" piece
Data isn’t an opinion
It was an opinion piece it said so

if the guy had data and could prove his case it wouldn't be an opinion piece
It was a woman.. it’s her opinion with data provided
If it is factual then why is it called opinion?

Words mean things
Cool
Story
You don't call a factual evidentiary article an opinion

Well maybe you do but no one else does
Maybe you can’t read
I don't read opinion pieces because IDGAF about anyone's OPINION
Read this In 2019 police officers fatally shot 1,004 people, most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous. African-Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year (235), a ratio that has remained stable since 2015. That share of black victims is less than what the black crime rate would predict, since police shootings are a function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects. In 2018, the latest year for which such data have been published, African-Americans made up 53% of known homicide offenders in the U.S. and commit about 60% of robberies, though they are 13% of the population.
Again this entire situation is not about any single year it is about the cumulative deaths of people in police custody over decades if not generations

But you are too thick headed to realize that history is not just the statistics for a single year
 
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
Here is the conservative of said opinion:
and here is the report, of 2015
--------------------------------
I would say its missing a lot of info.
Heather McDonald knows what she’s saying.. she’s a expert .. she takes in to account stats democrats deny, fatherless rate, lack of Education. Etc..
She has a conservative bias and it shows in her bio on wiki.
Nothing bias about it, data can’t be bias
it's an "opinion" piece
Data isn’t an opinion
It was an opinion piece it said so

if the guy had data and could prove his case it wouldn't be an opinion piece
It was a woman.. it’s her opinion with data provided
If it is factual then why is it called opinion?

Words mean things
Cool
Story
You don't call a factual evidentiary article an opinion

Well maybe you do but no one else does
Maybe you can’t read
I don't read opinion pieces because IDGAF about anyone's OPINION
Read this In 2019 police officers fatally shot 1,004 people, most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous. African-Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year (235), a ratio that has remained stable since 2015. That share of black victims is less than what the black crime rate would predict, since police shootings are a function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects. In 2018, the latest year for which such data have been published, African-Americans made up 53% of known homicide offenders in the U.S. and commit about 60% of robberies, though they are 13% of the population.
Again this entire situation is not about any single year it is about the cumulative deaths of people in police custody over decades if not generations

But you are too thick headed to realize that history is not just the statistics for a single year
And what’s your point? Most of the shootings and killings were of people with firearms shooting at the police, or resisting arrest,, you have a few videos of some asshole cops who have been dealt with what are you complaining about? It was the Democrats that did not fire this guy when he was in trouble 20 times it is your party
 

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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
No.
So systematic is another way for you saying you can’t explain why black people are out-of-control or you don’t wanna admit your democratic policies are killing black people.. go away
Lol. That’s racist.

Police have been brutalizing blacks for decades. I tend to think they are fed up with it. However, they also brutalize all over races. The brutality is systemic.

It’s all minor in comparison to the looting of the American people by the extreme wealthy. Cornell West nails it.
 

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There's racism and there are bad cops. They're both problems, that's for sure. But neither one of them are as bad as Democrats obsession with destroying our economy to sink Trump's reelection bid. Dem terrorist groups, antifa and BLM, are pure evil, then again, so was the cop murderer and the government union that protects him.
 
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
No.
So systematic is another way for you saying you can’t explain why black people are out-of-control or you don’t wanna admit your democratic policies are killing black people.. go away
Lol. That’s racist.

Police have been brutalizing blacks for decades. I tend to think they are fed up with it. However, they also brutalize all over races. The brutality is systemic.

It’s all minor in comparison to the looting of the American people by the extreme wealthy. Cornell West nails it.
Cool
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
Here is the conservative of said opinion:
and here is the report, of 2015
--------------------------------
I would say its missing a lot of info.
Heather McDonald knows what she’s saying.. she’s a expert .. she takes in to account stats democrats deny, fatherless rate, lack of Education. Etc..
She has a conservative bias and it shows in her bio on wiki.
Nothing bias about it, data can’t be bias
it's an "opinion" piece
Data isn’t an opinion
It was an opinion piece it said so

if the guy had data and could prove his case it wouldn't be an opinion piece
It was a woman.. it’s her opinion with data provided
If it is factual then why is it called opinion?

Words mean things
Cool
Story
You don't call a factual evidentiary article an opinion

Well maybe you do but no one else does
Maybe you can’t read
I don't read opinion pieces because IDGAF about anyone's OPINION
Read this In 2019 police officers fatally shot 1,004 people, most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous. African-Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year (235), a ratio that has remained stable since 2015. That share of black victims is less than what the black crime rate would predict, since police shootings are a function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects. In 2018, the latest year for which such data have been published, African-Americans made up 53% of known homicide offenders in the U.S. and commit about 60% of robberies, though they are 13% of the population.
Again this entire situation is not about any single year it is about the cumulative deaths of people in police custody over decades if not generations

But you are too thick headed to realize that history is not just the statistics for a single year
And what’s your point? Most of the shootings and killings were of people with firearms shooting at the police, or resisting arrest,, you have a few videos of some asshole cops who have been dealt with what are you complaining about? It was the Democrats that did not fire this guy when he was in trouble 20 times it is your party
My point is that over generations there have been enough killing of UNARMED Blacks, or Deaths of Blacks while in police custody that the Black community has a legitimate grievance over it.

Hiding behind the statistics of a single year is nothing but ignoring the history of the Black people in this country and all ther other factors that are involved.

But you're too simple minded to think that there might be a bigger picture here
 

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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
No.
So systematic is another way for you saying you can’t explain why black people are out-of-control or you don’t wanna admit your democratic policies are killing black people.. go away
Lol. That’s racist.

Police have been brutalizing blacks for decades. I tend to think they are fed up with it. However, they also brutalize all over races. The brutality is systemic.

It’s all minor in comparison to the looting of the American people by the extreme wealthy. Cornell West nails it.
Cool
Story troll
Yes it’s much too deep for the mentally disabled. Sorry.
 
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
Here is the conservative of said opinion:
and here is the report, of 2015
--------------------------------
I would say its missing a lot of info.
Heather McDonald knows what she’s saying.. she’s a expert .. she takes in to account stats democrats deny, fatherless rate, lack of Education. Etc..
She has a conservative bias and it shows in her bio on wiki.
Nothing bias about it, data can’t be bias
it's an "opinion" piece
Data isn’t an opinion
It was an opinion piece it said so

if the guy had data and could prove his case it wouldn't be an opinion piece
It was a woman.. it’s her opinion with data provided
If it is factual then why is it called opinion?

Words mean things
Cool
Story
You don't call a factual evidentiary article an opinion

Well maybe you do but no one else does
Maybe you can’t read
I don't read opinion pieces because IDGAF about anyone's OPINION
Read this In 2019 police officers fatally shot 1,004 people, most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous. African-Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year (235), a ratio that has remained stable since 2015. That share of black victims is less than what the black crime rate would predict, since police shootings are a function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects. In 2018, the latest year for which such data have been published, African-Americans made up 53% of known homicide offenders in the U.S. and commit about 60% of robberies, though they are 13% of the population.
Again this entire situation is not about any single year it is about the cumulative deaths of people in police custody over decades if not generations

But you are too thick headed to realize that history is not just the statistics for a single year
And what’s your point? Most of the shootings and killings were of people with firearms shooting at the police, or resisting arrest,, you have a few videos of some asshole cops who have been dealt with what are you complaining about? It was the Democrats that did not fire this guy when he was in trouble 20 times it is your party
My point is that over generations there have been enough killing of UNARMED Blacks, or Deaths of Blacks while in police custody that the Black community has a legitimate grievance over it.

Hiding behind the statistics of a single year is nothing but ignoring the history of the Black people in this country and all ther other factors that are involved.

But you're too simple minded to think that there might be a bigger picture here
More whites are killed by cops than blacks even though blacks commit more crimes then whites and are around more cops than whites. GOOOOO AWAY RACIST TROLLS. Stop lying to black ppl.. there are things we could do to fix these issues in the community but lying to them is not one why do you hate them so much?
 
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
No.
So systematic is another way for you saying you can’t explain why black people are out-of-control or you don’t wanna admit your democratic policies are killing black people.. go away
Lol. That’s racist.

Police have been brutalizing blacks for decades. I tend to think they are fed up with it. However, they also brutalize all over races. The brutality is systemic.

It’s all minor in comparison to the looting of the American people by the extreme wealthy. Cornell West nails it.
Cool
Story troll
Yes it’s much too deep for the mentally disabled. Sorry.
You’re lying is even worth trying to even give you the known data that’s out there that’s been said 1000 times on here you just choose not to listen to it
 

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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
No.
So systematic is another way for you saying you can’t explain why black people are out-of-control or you don’t wanna admit your democratic policies are killing black people.. go away
Lol. That’s racist.

Police have been brutalizing blacks for decades. I tend to think they are fed up with it. However, they also brutalize all over races. The brutality is systemic.

It’s all minor in comparison to the looting of the American people by the extreme wealthy. Cornell West nails it.
Cool
Story troll
Yes it’s much too deep for the mentally disabled. Sorry.
You’re lying is even worth trying to even give you the known data that’s out there that’s been said 1000 times on here you just choose not to listen to it
You can choose to ignore the problem, it’s certainly the prerogative of the dumb. Your Messiah is ignoring it, so you do too.
 

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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
Here is the conservative of said opinion:
and here is the report, of 2015
--------------------------------
I would say its missing a lot of info.
Heather McDonald knows what she’s saying.. she’s a expert .. she takes in to account stats democrats deny, fatherless rate, lack of Education. Etc..
She has a conservative bias and it shows in her bio on wiki.
Nothing bias about it, data can’t be bias
it's an "opinion" piece
Data isn’t an opinion
It was an opinion piece it said so

if the guy had data and could prove his case it wouldn't be an opinion piece
It was a woman.. it’s her opinion with data provided
If it is factual then why is it called opinion?

Words mean things
Cool
Story
You don't call a factual evidentiary article an opinion

Well maybe you do but no one else does
Maybe you can’t read
I don't read opinion pieces because IDGAF about anyone's OPINION
Read this In 2019 police officers fatally shot 1,004 people, most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous. African-Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year (235), a ratio that has remained stable since 2015. That share of black victims is less than what the black crime rate would predict, since police shootings are a function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects. In 2018, the latest year for which such data have been published, African-Americans made up 53% of known homicide offenders in the U.S. and commit about 60% of robberies, though they are 13% of the population.
Again this entire situation is not about any single year it is about the cumulative deaths of people in police custody over decades if not generations

But you are too thick headed to realize that history is not just the statistics for a single year
And what’s your point? Most of the shootings and killings were of people with firearms shooting at the police, or resisting arrest,, you have a few videos of some asshole cops who have been dealt with what are you complaining about? It was the Democrats that did not fire this guy when he was in trouble 20 times it is your party
My point is that over generations there have been enough killing of UNARMED Blacks, or Deaths of Blacks while in police custody that the Black community has a legitimate grievance over it.

Hiding behind the statistics of a single year is nothing but ignoring the history of the Black people in this country and all ther other factors that are involved.

But you're too simple minded to think that there might be a bigger picture here
More whites are killed by cops than blacks even though blacks commit more crimes then whites and are around more cops than whites. GOOOOO AWAY RACIST TROLLS. Stop lying to black ppl.. there are things we could do to fix these issues in the community but lying to them is not one why do you hate them so much?
This isn't about White people , Fuckstick.

The fact is cops DISPROPORTIONATELY kill more blacks
 
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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
No.
So systematic is another way for you saying you can’t explain why black people are out-of-control or you don’t wanna admit your democratic policies are killing black people.. go away
Lol. That’s racist.

Police have been brutalizing blacks for decades. I tend to think they are fed up with it. However, they also brutalize all over races. The brutality is systemic.

It’s all minor in comparison to the looting of the American people by the extreme wealthy. Cornell West nails it.
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Story troll
Yes it’s much too deep for the mentally disabled. Sorry.
You’re lying is even worth trying to even give you the known data that’s out there that’s been said 1000 times on here you just choose not to listen to it
You can choose to ignore the problem, it’s certainly the prerogative of the dumb. Your Messiah is ignoring it, so you do too.
Data shows we aren’t ignoring it. Go away troll
 

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The false narrative of systemic police bias resulted in targeted killings of officers during the Obama presidency. The pattern may be repeating itself. Officers are being assaulted and shot at while they try to arrest gun suspects or respond to the growing riots. Police precincts and courthouses have been destroyed with impunity, which will encourage more civilization-destroying violence. If the Ferguson effect of officers backing off law enforcement in minority neighborhoods is reborn as the Minneapolis effect, the thousands of law-abiding African-Americans who depend on the police for basic safety will once again be the victims.

Anyone perpetuating this myth is the real racist
I’m not that’s even the issue. The issue is police brutality. They brutalize all races. It’s systemic.
Is killing cops systematic?
No.
So systematic is another way for you saying you can’t explain why black people are out-of-control or you don’t wanna admit your democratic policies are killing black people.. go away
Lol. That’s racist.

Police have been brutalizing blacks for decades. I tend to think they are fed up with it. However, they also brutalize all over races. The brutality is systemic.

It’s all minor in comparison to the looting of the American people by the extreme wealthy. Cornell West nails it.
Cool
Story troll
Yes it’s much too deep for the mentally disabled. Sorry.
You’re lying is even worth trying to even give you the known data that’s out there that’s been said 1000 times on here you just choose not to listen to it
You can choose to ignore the problem, it’s certainly the prerogative of the dumb. Your Messiah is ignoring it, so you do too.
Data shows we aren’t ignoring it. Go away troll
data for one year?
 

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