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Sep. 21, 2016
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Hillary Clinton told Steve Harvey she'll tackle "systemic racism" in police shootings by "speaking directly to white people" to demand they stop making police kill innocent blacks.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton vows she’ll tackle the racism in the nation’s law enforcement system.
Terence Crutcher, who was probably high on PCP, refused to follow police orders to drop to the ground and appeared to reach into his vehicle before he was finally shot.
Should police just let him grab a gun from his car because he's black?
Should they let him get in his car and drive away despite his crazy behavior because demanding he follow the law is racist?
If he did grab a gun, should they wait to make sure it's shooting real bullets and isn't a toy before firing back?
Also, multiple of the past "horrible shootings" were carried out by Hispanic, African-American, and Asian police officers.
Clinton told Harvey that if the African-American community came out and voted for her, she would work to stop racial shootings by police officers.This is who you are, cat lady.
Your husband's crime bill funded this whole police expansion because of an explosion in crime from young black youth you deemed "super predators" and who you said we need "to bring to heel."
The entire "black victimization by whites" narrative is a media hoax.
Blacks are not more likely to be shot by police because of "systemic racism," they're more likely to be shot by police because they're more likely to commit crimes.
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