“No I don’t,” Sanders told CNN.
“I think that what we need to do is to understand that there needs to be major, major police reform all across this country,” Sanders ha continuato. “We are tired of seeing the same thing, week after week and year after year. We do not want to see innocent African Americans shot in cold blood.”
His response came after Tlaib tweeted Monday that she was “done with those who condone government-funded murder.”
“Niente più polizia, incarcerazione, e militarizzazione. It can’t be reformed,” lei scrisse.
Il “Squadra” member also called policing in our country, “inherently & intentionally racist.”
Questa settimana, Presidente della Camera Nancy Pelosi distanced herself from some in her party calling to end policing. She instead pointed out that all police cannot be painted “with the same brush.”
White House press secretary Jen Psaki added that Tlaib’s tweet was “not the president’s view.”
Tlaib’s words were ignored by ABC, CBS and NBC during their nightly news programs Tuesday and Wednesday, secondo un rapporto from NewsBusters
Police shot and killed Wright, un uomo nero di 20 anni, during a routine traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, di domenica.
Kimberly Potter has been charged with second-degree manslaughter.
Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn and Marisa Schultz contributed to this report