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Sen. Cory Booker: How The George Floyd Act Will Provide ‘Real Accountability’ | All In | MSNBC

 

“This isn’t about good intentions. This isn’t about overt racism. This is about this is about systems that desperately need change,” says Sen. Cory Booker discussing what the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act would address. Aired on 04/21/2021.
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21 comments

    1. @Coach Dude Once my wife and I were sleeping in a rental car to catch a 6am flight out of Albuquerque when cops started knocking on the windows, ordering us to get out. I got out and there were 4 guns pointed at me. We fully complied with their orders. They checked us out, and away they went. Compliance is the key.

  1. If these police didn’t have qualified immunity they’d think twice before abusing there authority.. Big facts!!!!

  2. How many people died in Detroit this week? How about Baltimore? How about every large city run by Democrats?

  3. I don’t blame Cory Booker at his young age not remembering the late sixties where you had riots from Compton all the way to Detroit and Birmingham and basically every major city in America because of people’s ignorance and racism. Enough is enough and this ridiculous behavior needs to stop now.

    1. Blacks remember the water hosing and dogs sent to attack them during peaceful non-violent protest with MLK.

  4. Where is the outrage over the innocent little black girl who was shot seven times and killed while waiting with her father at a Chicago drive-through?

  5. This will never happen. Democrats are too cowardly to pass something like this. Good luck Booker.

  6. There is something woefully wrong with my American government working only to retain selfish power vs working for those that elected them.. so sad, sick and disgusting

  7. Oh please… Booker?! …. Dude needs to be honest with the public but more so himself… Rosario even knows it’s all cap but I digress. Lol

  8. Forget politics, as you’ve come to see it, as a contest between Democrats and Republicans. Today the struggle is democracy versus oligarchy.

  9. My black people please know it’s not just Republicans with a foot on us it’s the Democratic party also if u really want change then look in the mirror and do it start with u and start in your own hood period

  10. Why are Police suspicious when you with hold data, but don’t consider what they look like resisting proper records and normal providing of the data to proper authorities as requested. Same question, what are you hiding.

  11. Time and time again, history shows left with out proper over site, some small pockets of authority can become so incestuous they are nearly non functional.

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