"Kenosha police chief says deadly shooting wouldn't have happened if people weren't out after curfew" - Was he being "sensitive"?

Or did he really mean: "Kenosha police chief says deadly shooting wouldn't have happened if people weren't out breaking the law"?

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago
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    SCREW SENSITIVE!

    Was he RIGHT

    When a curfew is in place, people found to be violating it are assumed to be criminals.

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    BLM's riots/looting are reminding the world that blacks of African origin are undisciplined, materialistic and violent people possibly more than Arab Islamist. Both makes excuses and defends the criminal element out of tribal solidarity. The tribal civil war, corruption and tribal street justice in East, West, and Central Africa gave the world an idea of what is black character and society all about.

    Ben Crump and Al Sharpton encourages delinquents and criminals to resist arrest, wreck havoc, and insurrection with their rhetoric as a source of income (millions in settlements) not only for the delinquents, thugs, and criminals they urge and egg on, but for themselves as well in lawyer fees, protection/extortion protest shaming fees (donation) from politicians and business, MSNBC TV hosting gigs...

  • Deady shooting would not have happened if the Police and Politicians had done their jobs.

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    No, he was being honest.

    Why were the looters/rioters out?

    Looking for trouble, and some found it.

    Why do some people think laws don’t apply to them or their mobs?

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