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Are the police racist? Do they disproportionately shoot African-Americans? Are incidents in places like Ferguson and Baltimore evidence of systemic discrimination? Heather Mac Donald, a scholar at the Manhattan Institute, explains.
Are cops perfect? Of course not. And no one should expect them to be. But every single day, under the most difficult conditions, the police protect us from the bad guys. In other words, they do their job and they do it well. Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke makes it very clear: cops are not the problem.
Are the police racist? Do cops disproportionately arrest and shoot blacks and minorities compared with whites? Will Witt goes on the streets to ask people what they think and to debunk some myths surrounding the issue.
First of all, the data does not support any evidence of systemic racism. Secondly, the racism claim violates common sense.
Diverting funds away from police departments is not the solution you think it is. It will hurt the communities it purports to protect.
Yet many leftists like John Oliver are attempting to justify the idea of "defunding the police." Will Witt isn't having it.
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Dear white leftists: Stop speaking for black people.
Who really wants to abolish the police? Ami Horowitz speaks to New Yorkers to find out.
Most people think they know what happened in Ferguson, MO on August 9, 2014. Most people are wrong. Radio host and author Larry Elder presents a factual account of what actually took place on that fateful day.
**Correction: 1:06 Michael Brown was 18, not 19.
Do individual cases of horrible police brutality happen? Occasionally, yes. Is there data to support the left's narrative that police brutality is a rampant problem in America that disproportionately victimizes blacks? No. Will Witt sits with Manhattan Institute Fellow and "The War on Cops" author Heather Mac Donald to discuss the facts.
If you didn't know any better, the media's narrative would have you believe that police are brutalizing unarmed black men by the thousands across the country. But is that really the case?
Will Witt went to Venice Beach to find out what these young men think.
"If I had to make a list of 100 things that were impacting the Black community, police brutality wouldn't be on the top 100...it's a leftist scam."
Every 30 seconds a child is stolen for sex, slave labor, or organ harvesting somewhere in the world.
Former special agent and Operation Underground Railroad founder Tim Ballard joins Will Witt to discuss the "tsunami" of child exploitation happening during the COVID-19 pandemic and what's being done to fight back.
Wow! You have to wonder how many Americans hold the same (very-incorrect) assumptions. Watch what happened when Will Witt and Brandon Tatum changed minds with some basic facts.
Don't believe the spin. The biggest issue affecting Black America is not police brutality. Candace Owens and Maj Toure discuss why.