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Giuliani blasts Black Lives Matter Movement, calls them “inherently racist,” real danger not police


There is plenty we can do together, as a nation, in response to the latest wave of violence against police in America – according to former NY Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

“We share this violence together as Americans,” he said Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation.”

If changes aren’t made on both sides of this battle – the violence will never end.

One of the realities Giuliani spoke about was the inordinate amount of violence in the black community and the fact that young black males most often die at the hands of other blacks, 99 out of 100 times.

However, when they die at the hands of a white police officer – that particular case is given tremendous attention.

Giuliani says black parents  must teach their children to be respectful to police. Police have to institute a policy of zero tolerance, like we did in New York, he says, “no disrespect.”

They must also inform their children that the real danger to them is other black kids.

We need to hear more from African Americans about “how and what they’re doing among themselves about the crime problem in the black community.”

The Black Lives Matter movement brings attention to their cause by protesting when a black person is killed by a white officer– but is it just the black lives that matter when they are killed by cops, Giuliani questioned.

When the Sunday morning talk show host further questioned the former mayor about how blacks are putting targets on the backs of police, Giuliani said absolutely they are, by singing songs about killing officers and yelling out the same at rallies.

The term itself is “inherently racist”, he said. “Of course black lives matter.” All lives matter, but when the media focuses on the 1% , and makes this a national thing– more than the black kid being killed in Chicago every 14 hours –it creates a disproportion and ultimately puts a target on the backs of police officers.


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