Tonight on “Hannity,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) suggested that the NYPD should fire the officer involved in the death of Eric Garner.

“Legal standards are difficult standards to prosecute people, but there’s another standard for employment. […] He should not be given the power to use that kind of force, so I don’t think you can have an officer that makes this bad of a decision work as a policeman.”

Paul said the officer didn’t use discretion and made an unwise decision.

“Eric Garner died and he didn’t need to die,” Paul said.

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