— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) December 6, 2017
This was released in late December but it definitely needs to be continually posted on social media. This pig should be fired and never allowed to carry a badge and a gun ever again.
Fort Worth, TX — A video posted to Facebook Wednesday evening has quickly gone viral showing a Fort Worth cop involved in a violent arrest of a mother and her two teen daughters.
The incident began when Jacqueline Craig called police alleging that her neighbor assaulted her 7-year-old son. Craig told police that the neighbor claimed he saw the 7-year-old throw a piece of trash on the ground and when her son refused to pick it up, the adult male began choking him.
Yes, it is wrong to litter. However, choking someone else’s child over littering is most certainly not a just response. However, the cop could not have cared less about the assault as the first question out of his mouth is, “Why don’t you teach your son not to litter?”
“It doesn’t matter if he did or didn’t. It doesn’t give him the right to put his hands on him,” explained Craig.
“Why not?” callously replies the cop.
At this point, after the officer implies that an adult assaulting a child is perfectly fine if litter is involved, the argument begins to escalate.
The officer then says, “if you keep yelling at me you’re going to piss me off and I’m going to take you to jail.”
FULL STORY HERE..
Did Jerry sell out or nah? If you ask Black Twitter it is a resounding yes. Imagine the cringe-worthy meeting between Jerry and the marketing executives at Popeyes when they loaded up the Powerpoint presentation and showed him the chicken helmet. Safe to say Colin Kaeperknick was nowhere in the vacinity. To see the actual commercial hit the jump..
Yeah his racism and white supremacist views are old news.
White Guy: Hey let’s make a fun snazzy video about racism and trivialize it even more by making light of the problem set it to some cool background music.
White Guy MTV Execs : We’re all in.
Respectability politics on steroids. With that being said his criticism of BLM may be valid but to absolve this white supremacist system we live under in all the black communities problems is laughable at best.
Author says the solution is up to the churches to encourage reconciliation, revival and reformation
Elaine Brown has serious problems with the BLM movement, questionable ties to the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton and has expressed so in an interview with Spiked..
I don’t know what Black Lives Matter does, so I can’t tell you how it compares to what the Black Panther Party was. I know what the BPP was. I know the lives we lost, the struggle we put into place, the efforts we made, the assaults on us by the police and government – I know all that. I don’t know what Black Lives Matter does. So if you can tell me, I’ll give you my thoughts.’
So says Elaine Brown, activist, singer and former chairwoman of the Black Panther Party, talking to me from her home in Oakland, California. She doesn’t like my question. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party, a revolutionary, socialist, black-power organisation formed in Oakland by then college students Huey Newton and Bobby Seale. And, as journalists scrabble to pen pieces about ‘what’s changed’, cack-handed comparisons abound.
I ask Brown about Black Lives Matter, the movement that erupted in the wake of the shooting of Mike Brown, an unarmed black teenager, in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014. This nebulous hashtag-come-protest movement has been compared – both by its supporters and detractors – with the BPP; it’s either hailed as a continuation of the struggle or slammed as a resurgence in ‘divisive’, ‘militant’ black nationalism. Talking to Brown it becomes clear that both sides give BLM too much credit.
FULL STORY HERE...