Saki: Tlaib’s call to end the police is “not the president’s view.”
White House spokesman Jen Psaki said Tuesday that President Biden did not agree that Rashida Tlaib (D., Michigan) had called for the police to end in the wake of Dawnte Wright’s death. A police officer on the outskirts of Minneapolis pulled Wright on Sunday for a traffic violation and tried to detain him after learning that he had an unpaid warrant. Then he re-entered his car and a policeman shot him. Tim Gannon, chief of the Brooklyn Center Police Department, described the shooting as an “outburst.” According to Ganon, an officer who was later identified as Kimberly Potter, a 26-year veteran of the city army, intended to fire a taser gun and instead fired a bullet at the man. In a tweet, Tribe claimed that Wright’s death was “not an accident,” and that “our police are essentially and intentionally racists.” “There is no more police, imprisonment, or militarization,” she added. It wasn’t an accident. The police in our country are racist in nature and intentionally. Daunte Wright encountered aggression and violence. I ended up with people who tolerated government-funded murder. No more police, imprisonment, or militarization. It cannot be reformed. — Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) April 12, 2021 Meanwhile, Psaki said, “That’s not the president’s view.” “The president’s view is that outdated reforms to be implemented are needed, accountability is needed, life losses are very high, these families are suffering nationwide, and they are a black community. I’m tired of the ongoing threat they are feeling, “she said. She added that Biden believes that George Floyd justice in law, especially police law, “can implement many of these necessary reforms.” She also said she felt it was important for the community to rebuild trust “to get to a better place.” Similarly, Senate leader Chuck Schumer (Democratic Party of New York) answered questions about Tallyb’s tweet by expressing his support for reform and the George Floyd bill. “Look, we all know that we must eradicate systematic prejudice in law enforcement, and the best way to do that is justice in police law,” Schumer said. It was. The New York Democratic Party said it would submit a bill to the Senate seats for voting. The deadly shooting took place during the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was accused of killing Floyd during his arrest last May. Chauvin can be seen in a video of an arrest in which Floyd knelt on his neck for more than nine minutes before losing consciousness.