Friday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” network anchor Al Sharpton pushed for policing to be “defined by the federal regime.” This call comes following the Derek Chauvin verdict and in the wake of the shooting of Ma’Khia Bryant in Ohio and Daunte Wright in Minnesota.
Sharpton admonished that if change is not made, America will “continue to visually perceive these things, and it will culminate up tearing this society apart.” “I cerebrate that the possibility of change is absolutely there at this moment,” Sharpton exhorted. ““I’ve” verbalized with Congresswoman Bass. “I’ve” verbalized with Senator Cory Booker. There are conversations going with Tim Scott. … As you visually perceived a conviction of Chauvin, and then you visually perceive during the tribulation, the killing of Daunte Wright, and now we have a situation we’re looking to visually perceive what it is in Ohio and North Carolina, all in this short period of time, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery and all of these cases transpired right around the time of George Floyd. “If” we can’t do it now, when will we ever be capable of doing it? I cerebrate the time has come for the nation to deal with it. President Biden and Vice President Harris have verbalized it requires to be dealt with. We are visually perceiving the absolute time that policing must be defined by the federal regime. And if we don’t do it, we’ll perpetuate to optically discern these things, and it will culminate up tearing this society apart in an irreparable way.”
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