Rashida Talib: Policing In Our Country Is Inherently And Intentionally Racist!(?)" Not According To Most Americans
According to a new Rasmussen Report: A majority of Americans are worried Anti Police rhetoric coming from Democrats will result in a shortage of law enforcement officers and endanger the public safety.
Of 1000 polled when asked; “How concerned are you that the growing criticism of America’s police will lead to a shortage of police officers and reduce public safety in the community where you live?”
63% Said very concerned or somewhat concerned.
84% of Rep said they were very concerned.
52% Dems Were Concerned.
59% of Independents had different levels of concern over the rhetoric.
52 percent of black voters said they are concerned,
61 percent of non-white voters are equally troubled.
Rashida Talib: “Policing in our country is inherently & intentionally racist. I am done with those who condone government-funded murder,” “No more policing, incarceration, and militarization. It can’t be reformed.”
said Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) “No fair-minded person believes that cops, many of whom are racial minorities, get up every day and go to work hoping for the opportunity to be able to hurt someone, including but not limited to people of color,” “That’s nonsense. But the ‘woke-a-reestas’ like the congresswoman, they really believe that. They really do hate cops, just because they’re cops. They really do want to defund the police,” he continued.
“The ‘woke-a-reestas’ really do believe that when a cop shoots a criminal, it is always—every single time—the cop’s fault, but when a criminal shoots a cop, it is always—every single time—the gun’s fault. These folks really do have contempt for America, they should have gratitude,” said Kennedy.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said “No, this verdict is not justice,” said Ocasio-Cortez. “Frankly, I don’t even think we call it full accountability because there are multiple officers that were there. It wasn’t just Derek Chauvin. And I also don’t want this moment to be framed as this system working, because it’s not working.” She added that the verdict cannot replace policy change within the criminal justice system.
Contrary to what Tlaib and Ocasio-Cortez have said about police, the majority of Americans identified policing as “one of the most important jobs in our country today.”