In my opinion I think the media is trying to create division. They clearly have an agenda, however I'm not going to go down that rabbit hole. As far as police brutality, yeah its definitely a problem. It's pretty sick in my opinion. But I personally feel like its more of a power trip dirt bag cop issue than it is a race issue. And I'm not generalizing all law enforcement, I do think the dirt bag cops are in the minority. But for the millions of great officers out there you have thousands of bad officers and its clearly getting out of hand. A lot of these cops get on such a power trip and if someone dares not to bow down and quiver at their every word/command, they get the wrath of an angry POS and no citizens can intervene because these guys are the "law" even when they are breaking it. If you don't buy into the media having an agenda though, let me ask you if you've ever heard of Ariel Roman? No you haven't, he never made national news despite multiple videos showing him being shot in the back for trying to run away from a cop. Watch the video and be honest with yourself and try to figure out why his story didn't make national news and why the nation isn't demanding the cop that shot him in the back be arrested. His story doesn't fit the narrative that's why. Kinda reminds me of the cop that shot Walter Scott but at least that dude is in prison for 20 years. These cops are probably going to get away without ever stepping foot in a jail cell.
I bet that dude was wishing he didn't forget his white privilege at home that morning..
But yeah I don't blame the black community for feeling like they are the only victims of police brutality, it's all the media will show them.
sho me vid of cop putting knee on white man head, ttenks