SHOW NOTES: Liberal Lies About Racist Police Origins DEBUNKED!

The liberal claim that police descended from slave patrols? It’s a load of horse crap, and we explain why. There’s also a major legal update about Derek Chauvin. Can you say mistrial? We look at Caitlyn Jenner’s campaign ad. SJWs are angry at a Disney cartoon again. All this and special guest Donald Trump Jr.!


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“POLICE WERE FOUNDED IN RACISM” DEBUNKED

  • This is a claim we’ve heard a lot the past few years, that the police system is inherently racist and was born out of slavery.

  • CLAIM: Police were formed specifically to catch runaway slaves! SOURCE: CNN
    • Every civilized society has had some form of policing body.
      • Ancient Rome (Augustus Caesar) SOURCE: National Geographic
      • England in the 13th century formed a body of constables and justices to keep the peace. SOURCE: Britannica
      • In America, the first similar constables were created in the 1630s in what is now Boston. SOURCE: Britannica
      • Also, every non-white society TODAY has police forces of one form or another.
    • The first “modern police department” was created in Boston in 1838. Next were NYC, Albany, and Chicago. SOURCE: EKU
    • Organized, bureaucratic police departments were formed in emerging American cities for the purpose of reducing crime, specifically mob violence against black people. SOURCE: EKU
    • Today, there are over 20% MORE black people in the police force than in society at large. SOURCE: AXIOS
      • AND police are far more necessary in large urban areas where people are likely to be the victims of crime.
      • Police interactions in rural areas and states are far lower than, say, inner city Detroit. SOURCE: BJS
  • CLAIM: But what about the slave patrols?! Do you deny those?! SOURCE: Charlie Rose
    • Slave-catching militias DID exist in the South. They have nothing to do with the policing systems that PREdated them in the North nor the official policing system after.
      • The first slave patrols appeared in the South in 1704. SOURCE: EKU
      • And AFTER the Civil war, under Radical Reconstruction, the Republican North, which WON, forced the South, which LOST, to pass the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments, which made slavery, and therefore slave patrols, illegal.
      • By contrast, the police force still existed and even included black Americans.
      • For example, in 1867, African Americans were appointed to the police department in Selma, Alabama. SOURCE: DOJ
    • Slave patrols were not official “police,” and official United States police have never been slave patrols.
      • The modern police departments existed and were created SPECIFICALLY to do away with the vigilante, militia-like enforcement of no longer enforceable laws … like slave patrols.
      • Some racist, vigilante groups like the KKK stuck around after the war … but since this was illegal, Congress passed the Ku Klux Act in 1871, and martial law allowed for the arrest of the KKK in South Carolina. SOURCE: History
    • Slave patrols did NOT do what modern police do, nor did they ever have the authority to. They couldn’t write traffic tickets, they didn’t respond to non-slave-related domestic disturbances, they didn’t read Miranda rights … they existed exclusively to quell slave uprisings and return slaves to, at the time, the people they believed to be their rightful owners.
    • Slave patrols’ three main functions were: SOURCE: EKU
      1. to chase down and return to their owners runaway slaves;
      2. to provide a form of organized terror to deter slave revolts;
      3. to maintain summary justice, OUTSIDE the law, for slave workers who violated plantation rules.

        LATER, along came official police to enforce the ACTUAL laws of the country … thereby doing away with slave patrols.

        ANALOGY: Comparing stupid Democrat southern slave patrols to today’s Minneapolis police department is akin to comparing them to mall cops.

    • After the Civil War, the U.S. Navy even joined in as an anti-slave patrol force in the Atlantic. SOURCE: ConquestAndCultures page 93
  • CLAIM: But modern prisons are just an extension of slavery, and modern police are the slave catchers! SOURCE: YouTube
    • Claiming this is such an insult to black law-abiding Americans. The idea that police are purposely rounding up black people in some rehash of Jim Crow is insane.
    • If you BREAK THE LAW, you GO TO JAIL. Regardless of your race.
    • Not to mention how many cops are minorities and that police are less likely to shoot black people, despite them accounting for a higher percentage of crime. SOURCES: WSJ, Harvard
      • In 2018, black people committed 53% of homicides and 60% of robberies.
      • But are 23.5% less likely than white people to be shot by police.
  • CLAIM: The Second Amendment was used to keep slaves!
    • Interestingly, Colonial America and the late Antebellum South (where slave patrols existed) were the first places to implement modern gun control laws.
    • The Virginia Slave Code of 1680 made disarmament of black people mandatory to prevent “insurrections.” SOURCE: Henning
    • And one reason Chief Justice Taney ruled in Dred Scott that black people could not be considered citizens was that it would give them the right to keep and bear arms. SOURCE: PBS
    • Gun control itself was often used as a remaining measure of targeting and subjugating southern black people.

CHAUVIN TRIAL UPDATES

  • During closing arguments, prosecutor Steve Schleicher told the jury they can “believe [their] own eyes.” SOURCE: YouTube
  • Yesterday, Derek Chauvin’s attorney Eric Nelson petitioned the court for a new trial, saying: “On the following grounds: the interests of justice, abuse of discretion that deprived the Defendant of a fair trial; prosecutorial and jury misconduct; errors of law at trial; and a verdict that is contrary to law.SOURCE: Court Filing
  • These errors led to Chauvin’s conviction on two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter … for following his training.
  • In his motion filed with the court, Eric Nelson also argued Chauvin didn’t get a fair trial because: SOURCE: Court Filing
    • The court refused to move the trial out of Minneapolis;
    • Pre-trial publicity;
    • Witness and jury intimidation;
    • The jury was not sequestered;
    • Floyd’s drug dealer, Morries Hall, was not required to testify;
    • The court abused its discretion by submitting jury instructions that did not accurately reflect the law regarding second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder, and authorized use of force.
  • The Chauvin juror caught wearing the BLM shirt from yesterday might have thrown the whole trial.
    • On a jury questionnaire asking “Have you, or anyone close to you, participated in protests about police use of force or police brutality?” He answered “No.” SOURCE: StarTribune
    • But Mitchell attended the August 28 March on Washington, where George Floyd’s brother spoke!
    • Mitchell claimed he was just there to honor MLK, but there was a “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks March” on the same day … the same phrase on Mitchell’s shirt! SOURCE: Post Millennial
  • In Mitchell’s defense, he did say he was at the march and that was him in the photo … but he doesn’t recall wearing or owning the shirt. SOURCE: 9News

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