Scott Adams included images of cars burning next to a Black Live Matter sign, which provide a different take on Biden’s words about light:
Biden immediately responded to the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha with this statement:
**. . . the nation wakes up yet again with grief and outrage that yet another Black American is a victim of excessive force. . . We must dismantle systemic racism. **
The video shows Blake apparently ignoring police and walking back to his car. He was shot while reaching into his car. Published reports indicate a long history of domestic violence and confrontations with police.
I agree that the tragic shooting may well be a result of systemic racism, but it is a result of a failed schools in Democrat-run cities such as Kenosha. The failing schools are arguably a system that Biden supports since wants to end school choice and receives massive support of teachers’ unions. The police saw end result of that failed system in my opinion.
Did Biden’s statement increase the outrage and fan the violent response to the incident?
Are burning cities the real-life outcome of Biden’s vision of “light”?