Fiery Hume: What Hillary and Obama WON'T Say About Attacks on Police
In her NAACP speech, Hillary Clinton condemned the murder of three police officers in Louisiana, but refrained from talking about the killer's motivations.
Brit Hume said that what Clinton did not say, nor would she, was that the killer appeared to be a "cop-hating racist" who complained about "crackers" and had spoken about the genetic superiority of black people to whites.
Clinton and President Obama have said that police departments and organizations, in order to address tensions between cops and black communities, must "acknowledge they have a problem."
"Is that problem the fact that the black crime rate in America is about triple the national average?" Hume asked. "Of course not."
Hume said that when Obama refers to the disproportionate arrests of black Americans, he does so in support of his view that cops are racists and trigger-happy.
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