U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder – still playing the game of “race warfare”- announced today the award of a $4.75 million three-year grant to a group of educational and research organizations to study arrest data in five U.S. cities and implement changes to combat any findings of racial profiling.
Holder said that the cities, which have yet to be chosen, will serve as pilots to test strategies for building trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
He also says this Initiative has been sparked by the events in Ferguson.
The grant will be headed by law enforcement experts from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, along with Yale Law School, the Center for Policing Equity at the University of California, Los Angeles, and the Urban Institute, a think tank based in Washington.
The U.S. Attorney General is wasting precious tax dollars to reinvent the wheel that has already been spun time and time again.
We already know about racial profiling. We have enough data. We have enough quantitative information to know we need to address this and we already have proven effective models to do so.
This is mere political pandering to promote race and class warfare. Moreover, to deflect from the fact the Attorney General’s office and the Obama Administration has strongly supported policies and strong arm practices which has escalated unemployment and social unrest in urban communities.
I would ask the Attorney General to do a study on the profiling of Christians in America by the current administration. THAT would be a far more credible undertaking.
Oh, he says cares about Black Americans?
What about a study to understand the devastating impact of illegal aliens on the Black unemployment rate? What about the impact of the Black Holocaust perpetuated by Planned Parenthood on the Black population? Or perhaps a study on how the Davis Bacon Act costs Blacks Americans jobs disproportionately.
Of course, that would be too much like right. We know this attorney general isn’t the least interested in truth.
Just more division and distraction from the fact that neither he or the current administration care the least about the plight of Black Americans or any American citizen for that matter.