By Randy Tate
If President Trump didn’t speak the truth, Americans would never hear it because the puke ‘mainstream media’ never reports it.
One of the biggest lies to come out of the George Floyd death is that unarmed black men by far are killed more often by police.
In fact, police shoot more unarmed white men than blacks, and that’s not us saying that, it’s the Washington Post, which — surprisingly — keeps pretty good tabs on such incidents.
Now, it’s the Post, so you should expect that the paper’s liberal bias will come out, and it does:
Although half of the people shot and killed by police are white, black Americans are shot at a disproportionate rate. They account for less than 13 percent of the U.S. population, but are killed by police at more than twice the rate of white Americans. Hispanic Americans are also killed by police at a disproportionate rate.
That’s all that the paper says. It doesn’t explain the circumstances behind the “disproportion” — such as, maybe black men are far more aggressive against police officers than whites, or that they break the law and commit more violent crimes disproportionately, or that whites do not put themselves in criminal situations as much.
But numbers are numbers, and the president is right in this interview with CBS News’ Catherine Herridge:
As researchers from Michigan State and the University of Maryland reported last year, 'We did not find evidence for anti-Black or anti-Hispanic disparity in police use of force across all shootings, and, if anything, found anti-White disparities when controlling for race-specific crime.'
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