I just did a quick retrieval of my encounters with jerk cops and can easily come up with a dozen or more. My skin is white.<quoted text>
I have to assume this is a true account by a real person.
However, I do not condone police actions when they clearly overreact to any situation. I've seen it on those TV shows numerous times when hubby used to watch them.
I had to stop watching them because I'd get so angry.
But I saw them overreacting to white people, older people and even older white people. A middle-aged woman was literally pulled out of her car and thrown on the ground for not obeying orders fast enough when stopped for speeding.
All I'm asking for is perspective. It is not "hunting season" on black men by whites.
And if you really think that, you're more screwed up than even I wanted to believe.
The Race Card is dog-eared to a point that Jack is about to get his ass whupped for crying wolf again for the 10 millionth time in front of Liberal cameras on the Jesse Sharpton Dog & Pony Show....
I was once pulled over by a Detroit Cop for my bumper sticker during a Presidential Campaign. I was spread-eagled on my car's trunk at 4AM making me late for work. The cops had the wrong plate numbers. I was shoved into the back seat of a State Police cruiser by two black State Cops and told to shut up if I valued my life.
I was attacked while driving my car up to the P.O. Drop Box by some wacko street person. A passing cop pulled up and said to the guy "Jim! Get in the car and wait for me!". My car's hood and trunk sheet metal were dented and scratched because the guy walked across the entire vehicle stomping his feet. Bizarre.
Repeated calls to the P.D. got me nowhere. I finally gave up because that cop obviously knew Jim and was trying to protect him.
....and a long, long list of other Law Enforcement abuses.
But the Race Card crowd wants me to feel sorry for black males who are statistically the worst crime risks in all of America's melting pot. Profiling saves innocent lives.