Biden Senior Advisor Speaks on George Floyd Act And Police Reform 1

Biden Senior Advisor Speaks on George Floyd Act And Police Reform

 

President Biden's senior advisor Cedric Richmond talks with Rev. Sharpton on getting the George Floyd Act passed in Congress and the growing outrage over the 2019 death of Ronald Greene.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Biden Senior Advisor Speaks on George Floyd Act And Police Reform

44 comments

  1. Does the George Floyd Act revoke qualified immunity for police? If not, then it doesn’t go far enough.

    1. @Bill Rodriguez
      You are stupid gramps.
      Chinese Nationals donated to Chinese China Trump’s reelection campaign.

  2. Only a FOOL, would simply trust officers to not abuse absolute power, LOL!!!
    There MUST be independent oversight, cameras, immediate transparency, elimination of qualified immunity, requirement for personal liability insurance for officers, … LOTS OF CHANGES!!!

  3. The Ronald Greene death was so heartless and cruel, He was murdered straight up. The police covered it up then lied on the report. This is not right. This can’t go unaddressed. It’s wrong for a man to receive a death sentence in the streets by the very people paid to defend him.

    1. @Tessmage Tessera Well, if you are so sure of my response, why should I say anything…? FJA

    2. @perhaps today Nice cop out. As I expected, you don’t actually have an alternative. You’ll jump to criticize when someone else says “Let’s stop being victims and fight back,” and yet you have no plan of your own. Just keep doing what they tell you, right..? Good boy. Good dog. Now fetch me my slippers.

    3. @Tessmage Tessera Fetch your slippers? You have no idea what I would do with your slippers once I brought them near you. Now go play.

    4. @baked nachos The ratio of white men being killed by officers is significantly higher than that of black men, with population being taken into account. Interesting how you never hear about the White men dying. It’s almost like they’re trying to make it about race and division rather than the actual situation. The real issue facing black men are other black men. Not opinion, but statically speaking.

  4. TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY . PERIOD . REPUBLICANS LOVE DIRTY COPS . WAKE UP AMERICA.

    1. @James Smith LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLILOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOOLILOLIOOLOLOLOLILOLILOLOLOOLOLOOLOOLOOLOL

    2. @James Smith By promoting victim status, stoking the fires of racism, bailing out rioters, enabling Iran to build nuclear weapons, printing money to usher in hyperinflation, raising taxes that will affect EVERYONE!, opening the Southern border so illegals can lower wages, killing jobs and ruining our energy independence, compromising our election process, taxpayer money to China for “green energy” when they burn more coal than ANYONE. If you are serious, then you need a straight jacket.

  5. A meaningful bill must include revoking qualified immunity. If a Bill does not include this, then nothing else presented matters.

    Other items that need to be in the Bill:

    1. Having a cop input into a “No-hire” National data base who was fired for cause, whether that be for violating department policy or violating a persons civil rights.

    2. Any police or Sheriffs department who hires a known bad cop that was fired or dismissed from another department for violating civil rights or department policy matter where in country that bad cop came from should be punished at the Federal and state level.

    3. Falsifying a police report being made a felony offense.

    4. Make black balling a “Good” cop through internal and external intimidation a criminal offense.

    5. Make demoting a “Good” Cop for trying to do the right thing illegal.

  6. “But as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be in the coming of the Son of Man: for as in the days before the flood they ate, and drank, and married, and were married, until the day Noah entered the ark, and did not think until the flood came and destroyed them all, so will be the coming of the Son of Man; then there will be two in the field: one is taken, and the other is left; two grinding in the millstones: one is taken, and the other is left. Watch therefore, for you do not know at what hour your Lord will come”(Matthew 24: 32)

  7. The last election was the best election we’ve ever held. The Republicans just can’t win when everybody votes.

  8. Police brutality/cruelty/abuse needs to be punished in all levels (local/state/federal government) — zero tolerance
    Full accountability and transparency

  9. haha I remember when Al had a debate with Christopher Hitchens about God. Let’s just say he fits this interviewer job a lot better. He has a talent for saying a lot of words that don’t mean anything.

  10. Biden has signed many executive bills for different groups , nothing to do with police brutality on blacks

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