US National Security Robert O’Brien said Sunday he does not believe the systemic racism is a problem in the United States law enforcement. After days of massive protests across the country organized against the assassination of George Floyd cities, O’Brien said Jake Tapper CNN that “they believe there is a systemic racism” not the police. Instead, he argued that it is of “bad cops” agreement that are racist or poorly trained. He argued that while among the police, the majority of police officers are “few bad apples” “great American.” “I believe that 99.9% of our police officers are great Americans, and many of them are African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians,” O’Brien said. “They work for the most difficult areas that have the toughest jobs got to do in this country. And I think they are incredible, great American, and they are my heroes,” O’Brien said the “bad cops” should “be uprooted because it’s a few bad apples that give the police a terrible name. And there is no doubt that there is some racist police. i think they are in the minority, “” i’m so proud of the way our professional forces order to protect ourselves and the situation with the use moderation. and we love our application of the law, but we have to get rid of them, as the corrupt cop who killed George Floyd, “said O’Brien.
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