The former mayor whose father had done time for for armed robbery topped off his vituperations by adding: “My father taught me that, when a police officer tells you something, do what he says.”
Rudy Giuliani says black children have a ‘99% chance’ of killing each other
Calls Black Lives Matter ‘inherently racist’
Two days after he told MSNBC, African-Americans need to realize black kids are “the real danger”
Proposes no police reforms other than “zero tolerance” policy toward “disrespect”
Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani blames blacks for their deaths at the hands of cops
On Saturday Former public prosecutor and New York City Mayor, Rudy Guliani told MSNBC. “Let’s teach everyone including the children of the black community that most of those police officers are the reason you’re alive,” “Because the real danger to you is that black kid who is going to shoot you on the street.”
Then the mayor whose father had done time for for armed robbery topped off his vituperations by adding: “My father taught me that, when a police officer tells you something, do what he says.”
Alton Sterling was shot at close range by cops, protesters want killers charged with homicide
However, today Guliani hit a new low in attention seeking as he added fuel to the raging crises of the rising tide of minority killings by law enforcement during a CBS interview, Sunday. Coming on the heels of his rather inflammatory remarks on the same subject, earlier iin the week after the Dallas police shooting, the onetime GOP presidential candidate said on the CBS sunday magazine program, “Face The Nation,” that black children have “a 99% chance” of killing each other, so they need not worry so much about police brutality.
He went further to dismiss the minority activist movement Black Lives Matter, which has been organizing the recent protests as as “inherently racist” and “anti-American.” Guiliani said the movement has been calling for the murder of police officers.
Giuliani avoided commenting on the deadly police shootings in the two incidents that sparked the protests, the shooting of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, LA and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minneapolis.
Philando Castile was by officer Jeronimo Yanez during a routine traffic stop in fron of his fiancee and 4-year-old
The former NYC mayor better known for instituting the controversias ‘stop and search’ policy , had little to say about the deadly police shootings that sparked the Black Lives Matter movement and nationwide protests including the one in Dallas that was ambushed by a cop killer. Instead he bared his soul, show casing the rationale for his advocating the ‘gestapo style’policing inblacks and other minority communities As far as he was concerned, “blacks” should show respect to police, rather than go on a protest of the frequent use of unwarranted deadly force by law enforcement officers.
He said “If you want to deal with this on the black side, you’ve got to teach your children to be respectful to the police, and you’ve got to teach your children that the real danger to them is not the police,”
“That’s the way they’re gonna die” Giuliani said, selectively quoting from a 2014 FBI report the failed GOP candidate, cited a statistic an the numbers for the black minority population without stating the relative numbers for other groupings as well.
“The real danger to them, 99 out of 100 times, is other black kids who are going to kill them.” The FBI’s 2014 homicide data, had said black victims are killed by other black people 90% of thetime. The rate of white-on-white homicide, the stats say, is 82%.
Police officers Blane Salmoni and Howie Lake, allegedly stunned and fatally shot Alton sterling at close range. Will they be charged?
Officer Jeronuimo his killing of Yanez Philando Castile during a traffic stop has been ruled a homicide.
If I “were a black father,” he added, I’d warn my son to “be very careful of those kids in the neighborhood and don’t get involved with them because, son, there’s a 99% chance they’re going to kill you, not the police.”
The egregious claims can also be found in the tweets of GOP nominee, Donald Trump, whose candidacy for the presidency is supported by Giuliani. Donald Trump, last year tweeted the inaccurate claim that the black-on-black murder rate is 97%.
In his Sunday interview, Giuliani’s proposed no police reforms other than a “zero tolerance” policy toward “disrespect.”
As for the Black Lives Matter movement, he said its members “sing rap songs about killing police officers” and “yell it out at rallies.”
“When you say ‘black lives matter,’ that’s inherently racist,” the ex-mayor said.
“Black lives matter, white lives matter, Asian lives matter, Hispanic lives matter. That’s anti-American and it’s racist.”
Guliani says ‘Racist’ and ‘Un-American’ Black Lives Matter are calling for the murdur of police officers
Sadly, Guliani was sounding off as it emerged that There’s a real possibility that Baton Rouge cops Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake II won’t face charges for the shooting of Alton Sterling. As disheartening as the graphic display of police brutality may seem to an overwhelming number of people around the world, legal experts argue prosecuting the cops involved would be a relatively difficult feat.
Although the graphic footage shows Alton Sterling being gunned down while he’s subdued, lying on the ground, it still may not be enough to build a substantial case that would hold up court.
Could the arguable points be enough for Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake II to walk free? Many Baton Rouge residents are quite worried about the possibility of Alton Sterling’s death being disregarded. especially after it emerged that in less than 48 hours, the police officer involved shooting death of Philando Castile, had been ruled a homicide.