Whether it's candid HONESTY from Dallas Police Chief David Brown...
ZeroHedge: In an extremely frank and honest press conference Dallas Police Chief David Brown has unleashed an avalanche of uncomfortable truths and mainstream narrative-breakers. When asked what advice he would have for young black men protesting, he recollected his own experience: "I wouldn't protest, I'd get involved and do something about it... become part of the solution, serve your communities... we're hiring."
#Dallas Police Chief Brown shares his story: "I probably wouldn’t protest…I’d get involved & do something about it." pic.twitter.com/kXLfKG1T0g— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 11, 2016
#Dallas Police Chief’s advice to young black men: "Become a part of the solution, serve your communities." pic.twitter.com/zAqLNdWwDe— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 11, 2016
CR: Chief Brown greatly emphasized community policing during the press conference Monday morning, arguing it is the best way to better our communities and conduct policing in modern America.Related links: Watch Dallas Police Chief Destroy Jake Tapper When Asked About Gun Control
Strong voices such as this one pierce through the fear and division, and offer real solutions for a safer America. Chief Brown has shown himself an incredible leader and an honorable man.
Dallas Police Chief: “We Asking Cops To Do Too Much In This Country”
...or bold TRUTH from El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen...
“Black Lives Matter, as far as I’m concerned, is a radical hate group; and for that purpose alone, I think the leadership of this country needs to look a little bit harder at that particular group. The consequences of what we saw in Dallas is due to their efforts.”
Related link: Black El Paso Police Chief: BLM Is A ‘Radical Hate Group’
What a breath of fresh air from the divisive voices and flat-out street thuggery the media tends to stick in front of the cameras.
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Watch what happened when Black Lives Matter protesters ran into counter-protesters in Dallas