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  • They risk their lives every single day on duty.

    No. They are not racist. We are a country that has freedom for ALL races. Every single day Officers rish their lives every day. Its 2016 people not 1962. We don't have segregation. Blacks go to school with whites and go to the same restaurants. And if cops were racist they would spray african Americans with fire hoses and shoot every single one of them. And also, when that officer recieved a call that Alton Sterling threatened them, it's just someone trying to start drama. When that black man had his arms up teaching a disabled kid, he was shot. Again, a citizen trying to start tension. NEVER think they are racist because they arent and they risk their lives every single day.

  • They risk their lives every single day on duty.

    No. They are not racist. We are a country that has freedom for ALL races. Every single day Officers rish their lives every day. Its 2016 people not 1962. We don't have segregation. Blacks go to school with whites and go to the same restaurants. And if cops were racist they would spray african Americans with fire hoses and shoot every single one of them. And also, when that officer recieved a call that Alton Sterling threatened them, it's just someone trying to start drama. When that black man had his arms up teaching a disabled kid, he was shot. Again, a citizen trying to start tension. NEVER think they are racist because they arent and they risk their lives every single day.

  • Maybe not racist, but possibly biased.

    Most police agencies target individuals of lower economic status (the poor) than more affluent persons. Is this because poor people are more inclined to commit crimes or is it easier for the judicial system to grind poor people up because they don't have the means to defend themselves in court. It's no mystery that police have quotas for arrest and tickets. Police are evaluated on the number of arrests conducted. So I would say racist no, biased against the poor yes (as the entire judicial system).

  • Media is causing all the problems.

    Western media only tells stories that sell and if a white guy was killed by an officer then you would never hear of it in the news but as soon as a black person gets killed, it's all over the world and these protest loving coons start taking to the streets saying that black lives matter. Me being a black man myself, I can assure you that ALL lives matter and this is touching the same thoughts and feelings of feminists who only care of their kind. The media has made us think that all officers are white and all victims are black but that is totally not the case. Officers are not racist, the media wants them to be. Or at least portrayed as such.

  • The police are not being racist

    Police take physical action against whites every day in America. These encounters are never shown or talked about because this is just the police doing their jobs. However, if they have to take action against a person of color, it is blown out of proportion and shown all over the media. We should let the police do their jobs.

  • I can't go that far, but there is a serious problem, which is the "Us vs. Them" mentality

    It would be completely unfair to lump all police officers in America with the worst police officers in America. And of course, not every police officer is white. There are black officers, hispanic, men and women, etc. There is a serious issue that cannot be ignored. There is a huge cultural problem where police will protect their own at the expense of objectivity. You could see it in the interactions between the NYPD and Mayor DeBlasio in New York. There are times when police officers act unjust and their colleagues rush to their defense instead of seeking justice and the truth. That is a culture that sorely needs to change, because the purpose of police officers is to protect and serve all of us, not just each other.

  • Police in the United States are racist

    Generally speaking, police in the United States are not racist. Everyone can cherry pick examples, but in today's politically correct climate, the most egregious cases get widespread media attention. This has much to do with every act by society being taped, snap chatted or otherwise virally spread across the web. People make broad generalizations about groups to further a political goal.

  • Percentage in every profession

    There's a percentage of every profession that is racist. It's still unavoidable, unfortunately, in 2016. Cops are generally good people that just want to get through their day like the rest of us. There is no reason to mistrust them trying to frame you for the big bag of weed on your passenger seat just because they noticed your headlight was out on that car without a muffler.


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