The ambush-style mass shooting of cops in Dallas, Texas, last night makes it clear that it is time for the risky, anti-American insurgency called Black Lives Matter to be designated a terrorist organization for fomenting a war against the nation's law enforcement officers.
"This is about trying to make a change for those who don't have a voice", she says.
Asked specifically what he would say to African-Americans who feel targeted by police due to their race, Trump said, "We have to talk to 'em and we have to build up the spirit".
"Central Park School for Children in Durham, North Carolina has enrolled grade-school students in a "Black Lives March and Rally" scheduled for March 17, 2016", Robert Mihaly wrote in a column which appeared in The Daily Caller.
Trump suggested that a lack of training for officers might be at least partially to blame for the two police shootings that led to last Thursday's protest in Dallas, where a lone gunman killed five in an act of vengeance against white officers. This movement - for the most part - has organized peaceful protests around the country in response to police brutality.
Black Lives Matter Protest in London after killings of black men in the US.
Tracie Washington, a black civil rights lawyer in New Orleans, expressed the same frustration with the Blue Lives Matter movement, as well as with a law Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards recently signed extending hate crime status to crimes targeting police and other emergency responders.
El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn, a staunch, conservative Republican running against Democratic Sen.
"We are asking cops to do too much in the country", Brown said, his anger and frustration visible.
There is a movement going on that everybody has heard about and it is a movement that is rooted in the belief that in our justice system black lives are held at a lesser value than the those of whites.
"Part of it is solidarity with the USA", she says.
Four of the murdered police officers worked for the DPD.
Some police are fighting back against the cop-hatred inspired by President Obama and the Black Lives Matter movement he champions. Bob Kroll, president of the Minneapolis Police Federation, said of the officers. "Because all lives matter".
Contrary to Mac Donald's gloss, Obama did not say anything about the motives underlying questionable police shootings, let alone charge police with waging "a racist war". "When incidents like [these shootings] occur", he said, "there's a big chunk of our fellow citizenry that feels as if, because of the color of their skin, they are not being treated the same". Fryer found that the police may be more likely to stop African Americans, but that they actually shoot whites at a higher rate, a fnding Fryer called "the most surprising result of my career". "I've asked him to apply for the job and I think last night we saw why I asked him to do that".
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani lashed out at the Black Lives Matter on Monday, calling it "inherently racist".