A Minneapolis police man's excessive behavior over a criminal, why it is treated as a race issue?

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  • 4 weeks ago

    Any excuse even if this was disgusting behaviour on the part of the Po-lice.

    What about the vid. of the elderly man shoved over by the police so hard that he fell back, hitting his head on the ground.  Very few, if any, of the other policemen even stopped to see if the guy was ok - oh and he WAS WHITE.

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Because that is just an excuse.

    There is no outrage when a white man is killed, and not usually a mob hanging around waiting to protest.

    The racists see everything through their own prejudiced goggles.

    Black on white crime, ignored.

    Black on black crime, ignored.

    The media selects a ‘worthy’ recipient to whip up the gullible.

    No coincidence that this happens when the democrats are doing so badly across the country.

    The racists love to claim oppression, now they are giving the ‘poor oppressed black folks’ in Britain an excuse to whine.

    Apparently everywhere there is a black immigration issue, racism is a result.

    So.....why move to the racist west and be disadvantaged ( you know the disadvantage of free housing, benefits, free schooling (offered but rarely valued), free healthcare, quotas to get unfair advantage, lowering of standards to get into uni/jobs, gang crime, drug crime, etc etc 

    Must be the white folks fault.


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  • 1 month ago

    He was white and Floyd was black so it must be a race issue. If Floyd was white it wouldn't be a race issue. Blacks see everything through the prism of race. 

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  • 1 month ago

    Because it was a race issue. police aren't going around choking white people to death slowly until they have a heart attack and died they're doing it to black people plenty though

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    it happens to blacks all the time, people are sick and tired of it

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  • 1 month ago

    I'm a Con, but I'm not so quick to write that off like you are.

    There were 4 cops at the scene.  Why didn't the other 3 do anything once Floyd was cuffed?  Hell, why didn't any of the other 3 do anything after Floyd lost consciousness???

    The crowd was there pointing out exactly what was going on to the 4 cops.  Why didn't any of them put Floyd in the car once cuffed?

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