I agreed with most of what he said but there are still some things that are pretty evidently wrong. Like George Floyd did resist arrest but it was wrong for the officer to keep his knee on the man's neck especially while he was screaming he couldn't breathe... Litteraly all the cop had to do was move his knee off of his neck and George might still be alive today. And Breonna Taylor did have a warrant out for her arrest but she didn't have any drugs nor is there any evidence to support the idea that she was distributing these made up drugs. A man the officers had arrested earlier did however list Breonna Taylor as accomplice type person something like that. But later he disputed this I believe (fact check) and said that he only named Breonna because they told him they would reduce his sentence if he did. Though it does sound pretty shady why is a drug dealer listing your name if you're so innocent I wonder... But yeah that's about it.
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None of what he’s saying is a lie if you do research though.
And when was the last time any of them even tried to surrender peacefully and then got shot?Kyle had his hands up and followed police orders and didn't get shot. If anything, Kyle should be a role model for how to cooperate with police.BLM is about making excuses for criminals and condemning people justifiably defending themselves.
@AllThatSweetJazz if he was really trying to surrender God did he end up back home in illinois? To me doesn't look like he's surrendering looks like he's acting for the cops so that they wouldn't pay him any mind and let him get away, which is exactly what he did. Also it wasn't like Kyle was defending himself because people randomly attacked him. Kyle went out causing trouble and then those people reacted. He then reacted by shooting the other guy in the head and then went and shot and killed two more people.
Some role model
@NotKrispy He went to the police station near his home, it's not like it's a big trip.And how would he act if he was surrendering? Throw his hands up and try to explain the situation like he did."Also it wasn't like Kyle was defending himself because people randomly attacked him"They tried to push a burning dumpster into a gas station and when his group stopped it, they got up in his face. They tried to take his gun, then he *ran*, then he reacted to a shot, then the first guy got shot. So no, he wasn't' shooting random people, he wasn't looking for trouble either, he was trying to put a stop to trouble, he was walking around with a med-kit offering people help and cleaning graffiti.It's absurd to think that the person who *runs* and then ends up shooting someone attacking him was looking for trouble -- and that the guy pushing fire into a gas station and then attacked a guy was not looking for trouble. Funny how he and the other two guys who got shot were all felons. Yeah, real stand up crowd with pure and noble intentions I'm sure.
Lol we’re the murderers? Can you remember why blm is protesting in the first place? Floyd died, Taylor died, Prude died, Blake is paralyzed, and more that haven’t got the same spotlight as them.
Have you taken the time to realize as to why these people were killed or simply died? What kind of life they were living?
Like how the officers who killed Taylor went to the wrong home, how prude’s brother called the police to help his brother not to murder, how Blake was shot in front of his children, and how Floyd had the life slowly taking out for nine minutes? Yes some of them committed crimes but the officers were not aware of them excluding the Blake case. The Taylor case, the man they were supposed to catch was offered a plea deal to say that Taylor was apart of the drug circle he had so they could justify killing her. That’s just messed up
You have no idea what the details of each of those cases actually entail. I’m not going to spend an hour trying to explain each one- but I will tell you that you’re being mislead and lied to. If you don’t believe me, start asking your own questions and do your research. I using websites that end in. gov as sources.
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I have my beliefs, you have yours. Just because I disagree with you doesn’t mean I’ve been lied too. I’ve seen the what’s happened and have my own opinion as you do as well. Let’s agree to disagree, thank you for this conversation.
At the end of the day beliefs don't matter though what matters is the truth... The truth is that Jacob Blake was resisting arrest... He went to his car with the police telling him to stop when he reached into his car they shot, in attempt to defend themselves. They didn't know what he was reaching for. To be fair, 7 shots was excessive but apparently, the first few shots didn't stop the threat. Blake being alive still tells you something too. In the case of Breonna Taylor the police didn't have the wrong house they had a warrant for her. Actually the guy they had arrested earlier told them Breonna was part of his circle first not after, afterwards he denied that claim. Also even though it was a no knock warrant they knocked. But I don't think they actually identified themselves. While the officers say they did Brooks says they didn't. He said she said... If if you are blind and someone tells you the sky is red you'll believe the sky is red your whole life until someone says otherwise. If someone tells you the sky is blue. How can you say that the sky is red of you've never even seen the sky... Of you've never even seen the color blue, or red. I'm completely with you though in regards to George Floyd. He shouldn't have died in that situation. Killed over trying to use counterfeit money smh. Even if he was resisting arrest in the video we all saw, Floyd was already handcuffed and detained pleading for his life.
@NotKrispy Yes? @Not_Average Facts are more important than beliefs yes but I’m more angry at the Taylor Case, Floyd, and Prude Case. For the Taylor case, these people are trying to convict this lady who was murdered so they don’t have to take the blame, so that it’s justified. Anytime there is a incident like this people always like to say, “it’s justified, it was self defense. He did was a threat.” Blake didn’t have a knife in his hand and they didn’t know what he was reaching for. Let me say this again, Prude’s brother asked for help from the police to save his brother and they ended up murdering him. There is no justification in that, they had one job and they failed so they need to be held accountable.
Yep, it's BLM.
Yeah, literally every riot has consisted of people chanting black lives matter while wearing their tshirts. Don’t know how you deny affiliation at this point.
He grew up in gang infested neighborhoods being poor. Went to college. Became a police officer. Seems like he’s a reliable source that’s seen both sides rather than blind brainwashing.
I'm with average bruh. While I don't agree with the whole trump supporter part lol, the man knows what he's talking about minus a few things here and there. Black people need to think more Objectively when it comes to ourselves.