Most large cities tend to vote Democrat, but there is no such thing as "Democrat run cities" in terms of police brutality. This is just beyond stupid. There is no causation here, only correlation and it has nothing to do with political philosophies employed. But you're too stupid to understand this.ajax18 wrote: ↑Sat Sep 12, 2020 11:47 pmDoes it surprise you that this police brutality is happening in Democrat run cities and states rather than rural red areas where all the supposed hard core racists live? If you're going to use the where the protests are the most prolonged, disruptive, and violent as a barometer, than Res Ipsa must be much more racist than I am.That isn't a foregone conclusion. It is the conclusion deduced from actual facts. That a notorious Nazi would argue racism doesn't exist isn't really surprising.
The most heinous incident of police brutality happened in Rural Alabama when an Indian father was visiting his son. He didn't understand English, was walking the streets minding his own business when some racist “F” called 911 as if he were a terrorist. Cops slammed him to the ground, breaking his back and paralyzing him for life. The assault of Sureshbhai Patel occurred on February 6, 2015.
Breonna Taylor shot in Republican Kentucky.
Remember Ferguson Missouri? Republican.
When John Crawford was murdered by cops in a Walmart, that happened in rural Beavercreek Ohio, where Republican Bob Stone was mayor.
Oh, and by the way, remember that black jogger who was chased down and murdered like a dog by three rednecks in "Rural" Georgia this year? This crap happens everywhere, but tends to be recorded where more people are because everyone has a cell phone. Bocephus and Haus could be burying black bodies all throughout rural Mississippi and Kentucky, but none of that is likely to be recorded so we don't know about it.
Police brutality has a hot spot in Dallas Texas as well.