May 28, 2020
Is this racism or police brutality? Remember, it was in Minneapolis that a Sudanese immigrant cop murdered an Australian woman named Justine Damond, shooting her with no provocation. The officer - Muhammad Noor - was black and she white. Minneapolis has been run by Democrats for a long time.
Video of Fatal Arrest Shows Minneapolis Officer Kneeling on George Floyd's Neck for Several Minutes
While this looks like the cop was trying to hurt the man (he may have been trying to put him out in a "sleeper" move though) I am reluctant to pass judgment until all the facts are in. But if it is the way it appears the wrath of the Lord needs to come down.
But we've rushed to judgment before on these types of issues, even involving videos, only to later learn there was a key element missing.
I don't know yet. But I can at least say Minneapolis has a problem with their police department.
But Minneapolis is currently run by what Power Line's Scott Johnson refers to as "the boy mayor," who says we need fewer police, not more. Guess which party that mayor belongs to.
Posted by: Dana Mathewson at May 28, 2020 10:32 AM (mrRJc)
Posted by: Mike at May 28, 2020 11:48 AM (ZwBSn)
I'm not surprised they are talking about it in the U.K.; it will be used to justify letting even more criminals out of prison. COVID didn't allow enough out (to their tastes).
Agreed Mike! We need to let the process run it's course before making any decisions on what happened. It clearly was brutality by the cops, but as you say we don't know the details.
I hate the way we keep having these hysterical reactions fed by the media without all the facts in.
As you say, they burned the town down and now are going to want Federal money to rebuild.
I wonder how much money George Soros paid to get a lynch mob up there?
Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at May 30, 2020 07:32 AM (Cka+V)
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