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POLL: Even Black Voters Believe There's a 'War On Police'
I wish this was a shocking poll, but sadly it's not...
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 58% of Likely U.S. Voters think there is a war on police in America today. Just 27% disagree, while 15% are undecided.
The media is too invested in their false "hands up, don't shoot" narrative to admit that A) it was a lie and B) their biased reporting might be a part of the problem. Also C) they're too worried about things that don't matter, like Caitlyn Jenner's show and/or penis. Even if the media did admit their role in spreading a false perception, most leftists dismiss concern for the police as a white person thing, anyway. Check your privilege, mang.
Here's the rub with that "white person thing."
While there is usually a wide racial difference of opinion on questions related to the police, most black voters (54%) agree with the majority of white (60%) and other minority voters (56%) that a war on police is underway.
Which is not to say black voters don't think they're treated unfairly by police (82%). It's also not to say that police brutality isn't a legitimate concern, that racism doesn't exist, or that we don't need police and crime reform. There are a lot of serious issues this country needs to discuss: race-baiting, political correctness, religious freedom, Caitlyn Jenner's shoe selection. If we ever get around to having that national conversation on race we keep hearing about, this poll, as well as other issues, should be on the syllabus. The 'War On Police' should be on it too. And for the record, Caitlyn Jenner should wear nude pumps. Elongates the gams.
It just sucks that the people leading the conversation aren't serious. As serious as nude pumps.