‘We Need The Federal Government To Step In:’ Rev. Al Sharpton Calls For The Passage Of Police Reform 1

‘We Need The Federal Government To Step In:’ Rev. Al Sharpton Calls For The Passage Of Police Reform

 

Reverend Al Sharpton joins The ReidOut to talk about the police killing of Daunte Wright. He says the families of victims are saying, “We need the federal government to step in … We need a police act at the federal level.” Aired on 04/22/2021.
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‘We Need The Federal Government To Step In:’ Rev. Al Sharpton Calls For The Passage Of Police Reform

31 comments

  1. “I am afraid that there is a certain class of race problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well because as long as the disease holds out, they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public.”
    – Booker T. Washington

  2. How about giving the police the same amount of chances to reform their lives as given to criminals..Suspects enter prison as a revolving door repeatedly..It’s not a one way street towards equality..Just Sayin’ !!

    1. The most ignorant comment I’ve seen today . You want to afford those who enforce the law, the same opportunities, as those who don’t follow the law. Bloody brilliant!

  3. I really don’t see the “feds” making a difference! More and deeper continued screenings would help weed out racists more than federal intervention, social media scrutiny can only identify those unaware of monitoring, as those aware of it will hide true feelings!

    1. And paying attention to community complaints would be a huge step! Chauvin had 19 prior complaints against him

    2. Are you saying that all social media platforms monitor it’s users? Cause I’ve beieved they do to identify political extremists and such.

    1. @realpqleur It was a nonsense post, nothing to see here. However, if it
      turned out to be TRUE, I think we’d all be very upset that we may be related to
      ‘Sharpie’, the most hideous grifter to ever ooze out the primordial, dismal swamp.

  4. We just need the other Dr. Carr and Uncle Roland. I appreciate this panel. I bet Ms. Reid works hard to to make sure we see and hear what we need to become a better Union. Thank you Joy. I back you

  5. Take a good look at the most prolific race hustlers!! You 4 live in your gated communities and wealthy neighborhoods and you encourage warfare in neighborhoods you don’t live in. D*sgusting

  6. I’m a pig farmer who also happens to identify as a non-binary Chinese from Szechuan province. I may not have ever been there, nor can I speak Chinese, but I feel nature made me this way.
    I just want to say that Rev. Al Sharpton is right!

  7. When are you going to start talking about the bad parenting of your youth. oh, never mind, you can just blame the cops.

  8. If funny you think Democrats care about this young black girl who was killed. When in Cincinnati over the weekend two 13 year old black girls killed each other and guess what, not a national news story. ONLY matters when a white cop kills a black person. That’s how you know it’s all fake.

  9. As a white male I wake up everyday and my hair feels heavy and dirty from the natural buildup of grease. This makes me feel irritable and disgusting. I can not imagine going the whole day with a greasy head of hair. I would probably act out against people in irrational ways. After my shower I feel amazing. Ready to go the entire day with no animosity towards myself and others. It is a good suggestion that other “people” may want to wash their hair everyday as well. Do not add more grease after you wash it off and dry it. It really won’t fall out. You truly will feel better. It really is that simple.

  10. Societies greater than America, who rose to super power status, suffered rather sudden collapse. Everything that lead to their downfall is currently occurring in the US. The worst things that have been done to America have been done by Americans.

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