Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) on Sunday suggested that systemic racism in policing — like his being stopped for driving while Black 18 times — is offset by the "beauty" of officers handing out Christmas gifts to their community.
The House passed the For the People Act in a late-night session, sending it to the Senate for what promises to be an epic battle over filibuster reform.
The Trump administration has not aggressively enforced existing agreements to monitor abusive law enforcement agencies, emboldening them to fight reforms.
The gorilla in the room—the thing no one wants to acknowledge, but has grown too big to ignore—of our national discussion over the need for police reform, amid the seemingly endless violent mishandling of Black people by arresting officers, is their nakedly preferential treatment of right-wing extremists.
The video altered a quote from healthcare activist Ady Barkan to make it sound like Biden wants to defund the police.
Cornyn has the nerve to interrupt her speech on the Senate floor about the shortcomings of the Justice in Policing Act, and doesn't even have the brains to recognize his massive error.
Rep. Matt Gaetz was incensed when Rep. Cedric Richmond spoke some truth he didn't want to hear.
Once again, the video tells the tale.
"Obvious fact-check there on President Trump's claim about his predecessor's efforts to reform policing. In fact, the Trump administration has spent much of its time unraveling those Obama administration police reforms," Mika Brzezinski said.
During today's speech on Safe Policing for Safe Communities, Trump veered off into a moronic claim that he's fighting more for school choice than anything that's happening today.
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