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Are Dems more in favor of reducing black-on-black murders or vote-getting leniency toward black criminals?

Posted by John T. Reed on

Under stop and frisk, the number of murders in NYC dropped from 2,000 a year to 400 a year. Bloomberg now regrets stop and frisk which means he regrets saving those 1,600 lives or year. He wishes he had not done stop and frisk because stopping and frisking, however many lives it saves, loses black votes. Mr. Bloomberg considers his new political career more important than those black lives.
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Apparently, Black Lives Matter also opposes stop and frisk no matter how many black lives it saves. I am not yet aware of any blacks who say stop and frisk is a good policy. Maybe some black parent of a dead black son whose murderer went back to carrying a gun after stop and frisk ended.
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I try to be logical. Apparently, this is not a virtue in the Dem or Black Lives Matter communities. They oppose black men and being shot by white cops. Are they okay with black cops shooting black men? No. Black cops are somehow “white” by virtue of being cops.
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Are you following the logic here?
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How do blacks feel about most young black men who are murdered being murdered by black criminals?
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Shut up, whitey.
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Do they want black on black murders to go down? Maybe. How you gonna do it? Mass incarceration? Stop and frisk? Arresting more blacks than whites? More police in black neighborhoods?
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What else would work?
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Shut up, whitey.
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The Dem party swears they oppose black young men murdering other black men, but what are they going to do about it.
Better yet, what HAVE they done about it?
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Nothing. See Chicago, Baltimore, NYC, Oakland, South Bend. In other words, black lives don't matter to Dems, black votes do. Black lives don't even matter to Black Lives Matter. All they care about is hatred of white police.
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Where Dems rule, blacks die and go to horrible schools. But no one gets frisked. And hardly anyone votes Republican. It's all very logical—to a Democrat.

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