The Donald Trump Question for Black America Boston Edition

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The Donald Trump Question for Black America Boston Edition

What the hell have you got to lose?”

Don­ald Trump on why black vot­ers should con­sider vot­ing for him

On the day after a group of Hillary sup­port­ers in North car­olina decided the best way to protest police was to loot a Wal­mart the Mass­a­chu­setts Supreme Court, the court that decided that John Adams put a right to gay mar­riage in our con­sti­tu­tion has brought us this gem of a rul­ing: (Via Kevin Daily of the Daily Caller)

We do not elim­i­nate flight as a fac­tor in the rea­son­able sus­pi­cion analy­sis when­ever a black male is the sub­ject of an inves­ti­ga­tory stop. How­ever, in such cir­cum­stances, flight is not nec­es­sar­ily pro­ba­tive of a suspect’s state of mind or con­scious­ness of guilt. Rather, the find­ing that black males in Boston are dis­pro­por­tion­ately and repeat­edly tar­geted for FIO encoun­ters sug­gests a rea­son for flight totally unre­lated to con­scious­ness of guilt. Such an indi­vid­ual, when approached by the police, might just as eas­ily be moti­vated by the desire to avoid the recur­ring indig­nity of being racially pro­filed as by the desire to hide crim­i­nal activ­ity. Given this real­ity for black males in the city of Boston, a judge should, in appro­pri­ate cases, con­sider the report’s find­ings in weigh­ing flight as a fac­tor in the rea­son­able sus­pi­cion calculus.

Or to put it another way, the Mass­a­chu­setts Supreme Court rules that Boston police are such racists that it is rea­son­able for a black per­son to flee is approached by police.

Now given what hap­pened with gay mar­riage the impli­ca­tion of such a rul­ing if applied nation­wide could be astound­ing but lets con­sider some­thing else.

Mass­a­chu­setts is a state that has voted GOP one in my life­time in a national elec­tion (1984 Ronald Rea­gan). Boston is its cap­i­tal and you would be hard pressed to find a more lib­eral city in the US nor one that votes for Democ­rats more lop­sid­edly. These are facts every­one knows, but let me point out one fun fact from Answers​.com that you might not know

boston-mayor

So it is the opin­ion of the Mass­a­chu­setts Supreme court that the end result of 86 years of Demo­c­rat rule is Boston is a police force so racist that for a black man, no mat­ter how inno­cent, flee­ing from police is a per­fectly valid response.

This leads to a rather obvi­ous ques­tion for Minor­ity vot­ers in Boston with an elec­tion com­ing up that echos Don­ald Trump:

If 86 years of Demo­c­rat rule has brought you to this point, what do you have to lose by vot­ing Republican?

It took 86 years to break the curse of the Bam­bino in Boston, per­haps it’s time for Boston to break this curse too.


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“What the hell have you got to lose?”

Donald Trump on why black voters should consider voting for him

On the day after a group of Hillary supporters in North carolina decided the best way to protest police was to loot a Walmart the Massachusetts Supreme Court, the court that decided that John Adams put a right to gay marriage in our constitution has brought us this gem of a ruling: (Via Kevin Daily of the Daily Caller)

We do not eliminate flight as a factor in the reasonable suspicion analysis whenever a black male is the subject of an investigatory stop. However, in such circumstances, flight is not necessarily probative of a suspect’s state of mind or consciousness of guilt. Rather, the finding that black males in Boston are disproportionately and repeatedly targeted for FIO encounters suggests a reason for flight totally unrelated to consciousness of guilt. Such an individual, when approached by the police, might just as easily be motivated by the desire to avoid the recurring indignity of being racially profiled as by the desire to hide criminal activity. Given this reality for black males in the city of Boston, a judge should, in appropriate cases, consider the report’s findings in weighing flight as a factor in the reasonable suspicion calculus.

Or to put it another way, the Massachusetts Supreme Court rules that Boston police are such racists that it is reasonable for a black person to flee is approached by police.

Now given what happened with gay marriage the implication of such a ruling if applied nationwide could be astounding but lets consider something else.

Massachusetts is a state that has voted GOP one in my lifetime in a national election (1984 Ronald Reagan). Boston is its capital and you would be hard pressed to find a more liberal city in the US nor one that votes for Democrats more lopsidedly. These are facts everyone knows, but let me point out one fun fact from Answers.com that you might not know

boston-mayor

So it is the opinion of the Massachusetts Supreme court that the end result of 86 years of Democrat rule is Boston is a police force so racist that for a black man, no matter how innocent, fleeing from police is a perfectly valid response.

This leads to a rather obvious question for Minority voters in Boston with an election coming up that echos Donald Trump:

If 86 years of Democrat rule has brought you to this point, what do you have to lose by voting Republican?

It took 86 years to break the curse of the Bambino in Boston, perhaps it’s time for Boston to break this curse too.


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