A white IRS security guard pulled a gun on an armed man. It was a black police officer — in uniform.
“You don’t expect to be ambushed by someone who you think is on the same team,” Gaston told The Washington Post. “I feel there was definitely some racial overtones involved. And I’m not the type of person to throw the race card; I’m just telling you the facts. I looked in his eyes, and I saw hate in his eyes.”
I’m all for calling out a cop who does wrong and violates someone’s rights, but we don’t know if this cop ever did that to someone who didn’t deserve it. We don’t. And because we don’t, how can it be good for the gander?
But what I will call out is that it’s bs for him to use the race card.
haha, true, but I don't think anybody doubted for a second this guy was a cop.
The security guard was a cretin. I assume the cop technically broke the law by entering the building with his gun (but not sure--maybe there is some allowance for police), but irrespective of being a cop or not the security guard had no cause to draw his gun, even to make a legitimate arrest.
Fuck the news for making this a race issue.
Also the cop doesn't need to take time off. Come on.
Im going to try to tell this story with my trembling fingers and tears in my eyes.
This morning I was out in the barn.......when my 1000lb bull came up behind me.......he has horns........AND HES BLACK!!!!
I turned around and rubbed his nose.......he was happy.......I became frightened and took the rest of the day off.......because of stress.
Oh crap!!! Hes out there looking at the house!! Im STRESSED!!