Politicians like Rudy Giuliani are revealing their racial bias with more frequency now that a biracial man is in the White House. Giuliani didn't bite his tongue when he came to the defense of Darren Wilson, the racist Ferguson, MO. police officer who gunned down a black teenager in cold blood.
In an appearance on NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday, Giuliani got into a heated exchange with Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson. Dyson objected to Giuliani calling Ferguson, Missouri a "significant exception."
Guiliani provoked Dyson's ire when he said Ferguson shouldn't be the focus of black outrage. He said black on black crime should be our primary focus.
"What about the poor black child that is killed by the other black child? Why aren't you protesting that?" Giuliani asked Dyson.
"We are talking about the significant exception. I'd like to see the attention paid to that, that you are paying to this."
Giuliani justified the disproportionate balance of white police officers patrolling black areas.
Dyson asked Giuliani: "Why don't you cut it down so that so many white police officers don't have to be in black areas?"
"White police officers wouldn't be there if you (black people) weren't killing each other 75% of the time," said Giuliani.
Loyal reader MisTaken writes:
Good Morning! I hope all is well. I wasn't sure if you heard about the comments Rudy Giuliani made about blacks killing blacks so why are "we" worried about a white cop killing one black kid? The racism was so obvious and offensive I instantly got heated. People kill where they live and work. In their own environment. White people kill other white people at over 80% on average also. Why didn't he give that stat?
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