CNN host Chris Cuomo seemingly called for the death of “white people’s kids” – claiming that’s the only way things will change in the way he and his associates over at CNN want to see.
Cuomo argued that the police reform they are pushing for in the U.S. will not happen until “white people’s kids start getting killed.”
Cuomo’s remarks came in the context of a couple of recent police shootings where suspects did not comply with law enforcement or attempted to run.
“And you know what the answer is. You really do. You don’t like it. I don’t like. It scares me. Shootings, gun laws, access to weapons? Oh, I know when they’ll change,” Cuomo said.
“Your kids start getting killed. White people’s kids start getting killed. Smoking that doobie that’s actually legal, probably in your state now, but they don’t know what it was, and then the kid runs, and then ‘Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop!’ Cop was justified.”
“‘Why’d you run?’ ‘Oh, he had a baseball game tonight.’ ‘Oh? White kid? Oh, big family, that house over there?’ Those start piling up, ‘What is going on with these police? Oh, what? Maybe we shouldn’t even have police!’ That kind of mania, that kind of madness, that’ll be you. That’ll be the majority, because it’s your people,” Cuomo said.
“See, now Black people start getting all guns, forming militias, protect themselves? ‘Can’t trust Deep State!’ Whoo-whoo! You’ll see a wave of change, in access and accountability. We saw it in the 60s. That’s when it changes, because that’s when it’s you.”
According to Cuomo, Republicans, in particular, refuse to address gun violence as a figurative epidemic because they buck COVID-19 restrictions. Cuomo cited Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, who said recently he would stop wearing a face mask inside the U.S. Capitol because he is fully vaccinated.
“We refuse to address the violence. We refuse to address the shootings and the violence as a figurative disease. This is a disease. Why would we address that? We refuse to face a real disease,” Cuomo began. “We have a real pandemic stalling our civilization. We are the only civilized nation, whose leaders actively try to promote not doing what the science says,” Cuomo claimed in an attempt to discredit Republicans all-together.
Cuomo continued on with his monologue in an attempt to appeal to people’s emotions as he, and his employer continue to spread dangerous propaganda:
“And what do we do here? What do I do here? I get lost in the next, the next name, the next iteration. The “New,” in news, dominates, because you get bored. “I’ve heard enough. I’ve heard enough. I cared about George Floyd. It was wrong. But I’ve had it with the trial, it’s too long. Just let me know when they have a verdict.”
“We pretend that we’re not just seeing the same lying, and lack of leading, and bleeding, and death, and pain, new names, new faces, new places. Same problems, you know it, I know it. I know that you know.”
“The testing, the voting, the vaccines, the dying, the shooting, the drugs, the suicide, the teaching, the testing of education, all of it, it all hits the poor, and the poor of color worst, and we know it. And we’ve always known it.”
Author: Marcus Reater