“You’re here people. What are you going to do when you see these shootings? You know what you’re going to do. “That George Floyd, did you hear about him? That Daunte Wright, did you hear about him? That 13-year-old Adam, you know he was a gangbanger.”
Why do that? Because you want to make the problem “Them,” takes the onus off the idea that you’re wrong about policing not needing to change. “Forget that. Police are trained to deal with non-compliance, with force that is not lethal. Hey, comply or die, you know what I mean.”
No, it’s not “Them“, Chris. We don’t talk about “Them” – you do. It’s the people who break the law and then resist arrest. And when you break the law, pose an imminent threat, and don’t obey the police, your actions may result in your injury or death – no matter what color you are. And you would be saving many lives – black lives too – if you said that on-air every day. But it’s not your message. It’s “police is after black people.” Because you don’t care about black lives, Chris. You care about your agenda, and that nice paycheck you get for promoting it.
You don’t show white people getting killed for the same offenses because it doesn’t fit your narrative. Your narrative is: “it’s all black people getting killed by police – white criminals never do!”, and you don’t report on it when it happens, because as we know if it isn’t on CNN, it didn’t happen. And then you say crap like that, and you feel good about yourself. Great job reporting, Chris.
” Oh, I know when they’ll change. Your kids start getting killed. White people’s kids, start getting killed. “
They already are, Chris.
I am sorry your network missed that. I am glad we have our sources here to report on it because CNN will never report anything that does not fit the narrative. You are not a reporter, Chris. You are Jeff Zucker’s puppet and Susan Rice’s mouthpiece.
And above all, you, nor CNN, are a “friend” to minority Americans.