Chris Brown Slams Trump for 'Encouraging Brutality.' Yes, THAT Chris Brown...
There's 50/50 chance that Trump said something "offensive" (to somebody), followed by the left and media grossly blowing that "offensive" something out of proportion (see J.K. Rowling RAGES over Trump Snubbing Handicapped Kid. Except it Never Happened and 3 CNN Employees Forced to Resign After Pushing Trump-Russia Fake News).
Then I read Chris Brown tears into President Trump’s speech on police roughing up ‘thugs’, and was like, "wait, THAT Chris Brown?" The guy who beat up Rhianna is upset about Trump supposedly encouraging brutality?
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“WHAT IN THE ACTUAL FU--?????! HE GIVING POLICE MORE RIGHT TO FU-- UP YOUNG BLACK MEN!!” Brown wrote in an expletive-laden post on his Instagram page along with a clip of Trump’s speech taken from a CNN broadcast.
Brown went on to call the president’s comments “crazzy” and told his 39 million followers, “This is not how u make peace or any kind of help. Please wake up people!”
Remember, this is the guy who smacked around Rihanna and still has a music career. President Trump told a joke. The hypocritical fungal wart is now having a conniption fit over the "watch your head" comment, and the suggestion that "tossing a murderer into a van isn't so bad." Chris Brown beat up a woman. So...
Methinks there's a bit of projection going on here. Donald Trump essentially said "I feel no ways sorry about murderers being shoved into a van, or not having their heads watched as they're put in the back of a patrol car."
Incidentally, when did Trump mention black men in his speech to the cops? Because I'm not seeing it. Why does Chris Brown believe only black people are thugs? Asking for a friend.
So in reaction to words, full of Chris Brown's own projection of what he think Trump said, Chris Brown was all:
So I guess roughing up thugs (race never mentioned by Trump but assumed by Brown) is bad, but smacking around your girlfriend is totes fine. Thanks for clearing that up, Chris.
Look, police brutality - actual police brutality - is heinous and should not be tolerated by anyone ever. Period. End of sentence. And we can talk about how Donald Trump, as the sitting president, making comments about thugs being treated more like criminals and less like debutants is a problem. Well, a problem to politically correct ninnies. But that's for another time.
Maybe a guy with an assault record, who beats up women (for any reason) shouldn't be the guy speaking up about Trump's comments. It just seems self-serving for an actual thug with an assault record to complain about Trump patting police on the back for treating thugs like thugs.