posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 11:59 PM
a reply to: mOjOm
Thanks but that one is about 2 hours longer than my attention span, and even though I'm a Joe Rogan fan, I decided to watch the TYT video instead.
There were a couple of instances where he interrupted the guy to pull him back into the proper progressive narrative, but for the most part it wasn't
as bad as I was expecting. He's much more palatable when he's interviewing someone than when he's dissecting a news report and injecting his biased,
whitey hating, conservative hating, cop hating opinions.
I did take offense to his comments on North Phillie and Baltimore though. Like why is it perfectly okay for him to get all nervous and in a hurry
because of those people's "aggressive stares", but if one of the exact same people were to approach my vehicle, I'm a no good freaking racist if I
lock my door?
As far as the ex-cop goes, I'm sure I took away from his stories something completely different than what you took away from them. In fact, with just
one or two statements he pretty much summed up an undeniable truth that's almost impossible to even mention here without getting ganged up on and
shamed into silence by our resident progressive political activists...
"At one time I was a shift commander and I told my guys 'Stop pulling over these stupid car stops', like I would see guys pulling over a cute girl or
they would pull over an old lady or something like that, and I'm like 'look, you're not getting drugs and guns out of these cars. Stop. We're in
Baltimore. We focus on who commits crimes in Baltimore.' Who commits crimes in Baltimore? 16 to 24 year old black males commit crimes in
That is the cold hard truth and he doesn't even attempt to deny it. Instead he goes into white cop guilt mode and tries to explain WHY. And his
explanation is probably the most pathetic misconception that I've ever heard in my life.
edit on 26-7-2015 by Bone75 because: (no reason given)