Ulysses Everett McGill
- Aug 26, 2011
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Just been through a few and it’s mostly over dramatic twits trying to get hit.Thread up over 200 clips already, including this doozie, perfectly illustrating the protesters' point.
You are trying to justify what is happening here.
Maybe this is what the mass shyte poster is trying to get at.The dumbass better not say all forests matter otherwise he will be out of a job.
And you are purposefully obfuscating the fact that these protests did not escalate into complete mayhem where people have been beat, countless businesses ransacked, indiscriminate shooting into crowds and innocent bystanders murdered.Thing is, they know this. They deliberately chose not to escalate when it was right wing protesters, even when they literally shut down a State legislature, the seat of democrat rule.
These protests they continually and deliberately escalate.
The strong right-wing lean of police forces generally plays a role here.
Well the mass shyte posters better get on their knees otherwise they are promoting institutionalised racism.Maybe this is what the mass shyte poster is trying to get at.
Does not change the fact they are trying to abolish the police and implement their own form of policing. Believe it or not, I do want this to happen.Did you read his other tweets about how cops who assault people act with impunity, how if the police don't like what he does as a Councilmember they deliberately take longer to respond in his ward to emergencies etc.?
Keep lying, Em. I haven't once justified any looting or rioting. I'd ask you to substantiate the claim, but you won't.You are trying to justify what is happening here.
That's not what racial profiling is, good grief.Emjay said:You are against racial profiling, but literally advocate for the profiling of victims vs shooters when it's the police doing the shooting. We need more data. Not less.
Yes, the cops didn't escalate those protests by repeatedly attacking protesters, assaulting bystanders and journalists. Odd that, ain't it? They even let them take over a State legislature with zero pushback.And you are purposefully obfuscating the fact that these protests did not escalate into complete mayhem where people have been beat, countless businesses ransacked, indiscriminate shooting into crowds and innocent bystanders murdered.
You are a bad person for not being able to call this out for what it is.
Like this is top of the minds stuff:The top minds of mybb are going to come at you, no way the FBI are as good as the MyBB detectives.
From this article that keeps getting quoted:Not only are white supremacists involved in the violence and property damage at the protests, but it’s clear that they are working multiple strategies to leverage the chaos into what they hope will be a democracy-destroying race and civil war.
There is the denunciation. Only when confronted. At least you can do a bit better than your Democratic leaders.Keep lying, Em. I haven't once justified any looting or rioting. I'd ask you to substantiate the claim, but you won't.
That's not what racial profiling is, good grief.
Yes, the cops didn't escalate those protests by repeatedly attacking protesters, assaulting bystanders and journalists. Odd that, ain't it? They even let them take over a State legislature with zero pushback.
Countless examples of cops deliberately, and unprovoked, doing that in these protests.
And no, the looting and rioting is reprehensible, counter-productive and anyone involved should be prosecuted.
I called them scumbags on Tuesday already, liar. But I see you don't even try to substantiate your claim, predictably.There is the denunciation. Only when confronted. At least you can do a bit better than your Democratic leaders.
Weird. I saw many, many people looting and committing acts of violence when there were no cops around. Tell me. The dead cop, was he provoking the rioters by defending property? Guess he deserved it, huh?
Take over a State Legislature? Did they harm anyone in doing so? Did they set building alight buildings with people in them on their way to the Legislature? What about beating up people in the streets defending their property? Please, show us some footage.
Stop with your endless whataboutisims.
Comparing your example to the current situation is not a whataboutisim.
Limiting (if not eliminating) qualified immunity would certainly help (though there's a reasonable debate whether this is more properly done through legislative reform than through the courts). On the other hand, the effects of eliminating qualified immunity may be limited if police departments indemnify their officers. Should qualified immunity be limited, you can be sure such protection will immediately rise to the top of the agenda for every police union in the country.
If one wants to tackle the structural obstacles to holding rogue police officers accountable, it seems to me one has to address the power of police unions. As a Reuters report from a few years back documented, police union contracts in major cities routinely include provisions that erase disciplinary records and obstruct meaningful discipline (let alone prosecution) of police officers who abuse their authority.