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  • Mike Huckabee: Blacks Should Join Police Academy Or Stop Whining About Police Violence (VIDEO)

    Police Brutality, Politics, Racism

    Sunday on Fox News, former Arkansas Governor and failed presidential contender Mike Huckabee had a special message for Black Lives Matter and anyone else who complains about systematic police violence and abuse toward minorities. Huckabee said:

    “If you think you can do a better job, go to the police academy earn your badge, earn your weapon, get out on the streets and take the low pay and show us how it outta be done.”

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    So Huckabee’s solution for solving injustice is for the victims to either shut up or join the force.

    But does he practice that philosophy in his personal life?

    If he receives bad service at a restaurant, does he apply for a job there? If his plumber jacks up his plumbing, does Huckabee go out and get his plumbing license? Should citizens not complain about bad roads and join road crews instead?

    So if the police are no longer accountable to the people they serve, does that mean Huckabee feels that politicians are also above reproach? Give Huckabee some credit; he’s complained about President Obama for years and tried to run for Obama’s job himself.

    But unlike someone who flunks the police academy, Huckabee’s made a fortune as a failed presidential candidate by selling books and speeches filled with ignorant notions like the one he had the audacity to vomit from his mouth in the above video.

    Queen Huckabee declares “let them eat cake!”

    Featured image Screengrab via Crooks and Liars.


    Joe Clark

    I'm originally from Louisiana, just outside of New Orleans; now living North Texas. I'm a reformed "South Park Conservative" who has grown passionate about progressive issues like social justice, education, criminal justice reform, gun control, ending the war on drugs, and economic inequality. I believe America's a stronger nation when we come together as one to find a solution and humble ourselves enough to consider other points of view from our neighbors around the world. I don't believe in American exceptionalism, but I do believe America can only be an exceptional place as long as we can be brutally honest about its strengths and weaknesses.