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Facebook civil rights VP Roy Austin, a former Obama administration official, wants white police officers to use Oculus VR headsets to watch videos of cops abusing black people as a form of sensitivity training.
Austin proposed the idea last month during a Facebook internal meeting that was leaked on Sunday by Project Veritas.
After ranting about black men like George Floyd allegedly being abused by police, Austin said: "I wonder whether or not we can use Oculus to help a white police officer to understand what it feels like to be a young black man who's stopped and searched and arrested by the police ... I want every major decision to run through a civil rights lens."
Austin also credited Facebook and social media for the George Floyd "protests."
Austin worked in the DOJ's Civil Rights Division for years under Obama -- don't be surprised if the Biden regime takes him up on the idea.
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