Monday, July 11, 2016

Rudy Giuliani Says Blacks Should Learn To "Respect" The Police, Learn To "Fear" Other Blacks And Says Black Lives Matter Are "Anti-American And Racist" (VIDEO)

In the aftermath of the shooting of five Dallas police officers last week, who had been protecting non-violent Black Lives Matter protestors right to freedom of speech, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has decided to speak what little piece of mind he has left.

That tiny sliver of Rudy's grey matter has seen fit in the wake of these tragedies to incorrectly claim that black children have “a 99% chance” of killing each other and to call Black Lives Matter “racist” and “anti-American”.

Appearing on CBS’ “Face The Nation” on Sunday, a very white Rudy Giuliani had little to say about the deadly police shootings that sparked the Black Lives Matter's nationwide protests but had a lot to say about how black people should properly live their lives.

Giuliani began the interview by stating that it was time for the “blacks” to learn respect for police officers…

"If you want to deal with this on the black side, you've got to teach your children to be respectful to the police and you've got to teach your children that the real danger to them is not the police"

Giuliani then voiced his opinion that the "blacks" should then learn to fear other "blacks"...

"The real danger to them 99 out of 100 times, 9,900 out of 1,000 times are other black kids who are going to kill them. That's the way they're going to die."

Host of "Face The Nation" John Dickerson then questioned Giuliani about those comments and asked...

"So, Mr. Mayor, let me just ask you, you started out by saying that white Americans have to understand that this is happening in the black community, and then at the end you said, members of the black community have to teach their children to behave in front of the police. That -- those messages seem to conflict with one another."

Giuliani responded with some fatherly advice... If he were a "black" father that is...

"Of course they -- of course they don't. If I were a black father, and I was concerned with the safety of my child, really concerned about it and not in a politically activist sense, I would say, be very respectful of the police. Most of them are good. Some can be very bad. And just be very careful. I'd also say, be very careful of those kids in the neighborhood and don't get involved with them because, son, there's a 99 percent chance they're going to kill you, not the police."

Dickerson then went on to question statements made last week by GIULIANI who said “there's a target on police officer's backs is because of groups like Black Lives Matter" by asking him...

"Just a final question, sir. You said that the Black Lives Matter movement has put a targets on the back of police officers. When members of the African-American community see videos, as they have this week, they feel like there is a target on young black men. Explain your response about how they've put a target on -- on police officers, how that can match up when people see these videos."

Giuliani replied...

"Well, when they talk about killing police officers....When they sing -- well, they sure do. They sing rap songs about killing police officers and they talk about killing police officers and they yell it out at their rallies and the police officers hear it."

Giuliani then finished off the interview with this little gem...

"Black lives matter. White lives matter. Asian lives matter. Hispanic lives matter. That's anti-American and it's racist."

Here is the video of the interview...



* FACT CHECKWhite men are more likely to shoot and kill a cop. As of May, 71% of police officers who’ve been shot and killed have been by white men, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, which tracks police fatalities.

* FACT CHECK: During his tenure — between 1994 and 2001 — NYPD officers shot and killed 160 suspects, according to department statistics. plus Two of the most notorious shootings claimed the lives of unarmed black men: Amadou Diallo and Patrick Dorismond.

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