Ex-NYPD Commissioner Pardoned By Trump: Black Men Need To Show “Respect”

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"[H]ow about the men in those communities have chivalry and respect and discipline."

Bernie Kerik, the former NYPD commissioner, a convicted felon who served 4-years in prison, lectured about the morality of Black males during an interview on Fox’s Tucker Carlson:

Via Media Matters for America:

“Reimagine that your communities, where they are systemically slaughtering black men and women, how about the men in those communities have chivalry and respect and discipline, where they’re not basically slaughtering — slaughtering their own, and you’re holding them accountable.

Because that’s what’s going on, and nobody is doing anything about it. They all find this entertaining.”

In June, MMFA reported that Kerik said the Black community needs reformed:

“Everything is about reforming the police. How about reforming the community? How about teaching young black men and women, in these communities of color, things like don’t run from the police when you get stopped.”

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