Tempers flare as Dallas officials, residents discuss shootings by police

Tempers flare as Dallas officials, residents discuss shootings by police

With a national spotlight on shootings by police, three top Dallas law enforcement officials went face to face with residents with a message: Dallas County is not Missouri.

Dallas Police Chief David Brown, Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins and Sheriff Lupe Valdez answered questions during an often-contentious town hall meeting Monday night about police shooting investigations.

The meeting at St. Paul United Methodist Church in downtown Dallas came as unrest continues in Ferguson, Mo., over the fatal shooting of an unarmed man.

Dallas County is weighing a proposal to add investigators to look into police shootings independently of the department. SOURCE

Someone answer me this question, and answer honestly; look at the expression on the face of the young man standing in the middle. Do you think he isn’t FULL of pent up anger? Do you honestly believe that he doesn’t have a strain of hatred running through his very being that hasn’t been nourished since birth?

Audrey Hays and kidsAfter Monday’s town hall meeting ended, Audrey Hays yelled at the speakers about not listening to questions. The panel included Police Chief David Brown, District Attorney Craig Watkins and Sheriff Lupe Valdez.

For those not knowing; Dallas Police Chief David Brown is a Black man, Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins is a Black man and Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez is a Hispanic Lesbian. That is the makeup of the Law Enforcement leadership of Dallas County amd the City of Dallas, TX., a field of PROUD minorities and Liberal Democrats.

It appears, at least to me, that this particular group of Liberal Democrats hasn’t done anything to dissuade the thought process of the young man pictured above as he seems to be looking for someone or something to unload his anger on. Honestly, I am hoping what I see in this picture, other than unbridled anger, is an awakening.

I don’t know Audrey Hays or the young men in the picture with her but I am guessing that Ms. Hays might simply be looking for answers that the Democrats just don’t have. Maybe she too is having that awakening.

“What we’re saying is we need to restore the public’s trust,” Watkins said. “We need an independent voice.”

Well, it looks to me like none of YOUR answers are doing the trick Mr. Watkins, citizens have lost a lot of faith in the District Attorney’s office and the leadership of the Dallas Police Department and Dallas County in general.

My friends, Dallas, and a good portion of Dallas county is run by Liberal Democrats and scenes such this stand in testament to the failed leadership of the Democratic Party; no answers, no thoughts other than what can be done to keep a high paying job and is it possible to get people like those pictured to fall for the BS once again.

I don’t know if there are still any Elvis fans out there, but if there is, you’ll recognize these few lines from a great song that fully illustrates what so many in America are seeing today.

People, don’t you understand
The child needs a helping hand
Or he’ll grow to be an angry young man some day
Take a look at you and me,
Are we too blind to see,
Do we simply turn our heads
And look the other way

I hope the anger I see in the face of that youngster isn’t set there for the rest of his life, I hope he can direct that anger properly and affect the changes necessary in this nation. I hope the little guy has seen through the LIES of the Democrats.

The United States is like a gigantic boiler. Once the fire is lighted under it there is no limit to the power it can generate. ~Edward Grey~

This nation is a pressure cooker and the lid isn’t too far from blowing off. Maybe the powers that be need to think of this; to hell with fixing other nations, fix America FIRST!

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11 Responses to Tempers flare as Dallas officials, residents discuss shootings by police

  1. You mean that big government doesn’t work? The hell you say! /sarcasm

  2. Abigail says:

    Realizing this comment is completely off topic but it is amazing to me looking at pictures of meetings and protests, here and there, how incredibly well fed many people are. Is this the norm these days?
    Are police inclined to react more aggressively these days than a few years ago? Is the slow erosion of respect for law and order one of the main factors? Does the example of enforcing some laws and disregarding others by our leaders encourage confrontational behavior? Does the entitlement mentality make some citizens think they should be able to do what they want without consequences? It is a sad thing to read that police are not trusted but I have read enough stories out there about abuse of authority by police in various states that I do wonder what is really going on.

  3. Wayne says:

    The fundamental transformation of the United States of America is starting to materialize right before our eyes. I have experienced working with many ethnic personalities over my career and one thing keeps hammering in my brain. Why is it that people of like minds can get along? We used to take people to lunch, maybe dinner and a few drinks at the end of the day and there was no issue with gender or race. Could it be that a certain amount of education is involved here? The like minds that I see exibited in these “protests” all seem to come the from entitlement mentality pushed by race baiters and community organizers. Again I say, where are the water cannons?

  4. Mike Flynn says:

    Yes, riots again, and a Democrat Congresswomen from Missouri says IF this cops isn’t indicted, cities will burn across America. Wonderful statement – and now our fearless leader is sending his henchman Eric (justice for all) Holder to Ferguson, guess that’ll straighten things out?

    The cop is screwed, guilty or not, because even if he is found not guilty in criminal court, he will be charged by Feds for a civil rights violation!

    We also have everyone saying this is the cause of the violence, that is the cause of the violence. Many have cited the unemployment as a root cause, well even if there were jobs available how many of these people would give up welfare to take a job? If you were a business owner would you hire a person that looks and dresses like many youth today – and on top of that cannot speak English?

    There are more blacks in prison, percentage wise than whites. Why, because they commit more crime. Never fear whites are attempting to catch up. There is violence in Chicago every week, but no one riots over blacks young people being killed there by Blacks!What about the loss of the family structure in not only ‘black’ America, but in all of America?

    Perhaps, just perhaps… one of the biggest causes of all of these problems is we make excuses for everything, instead of honestly addressing problems? Coupled with the fact that America (an d I have said this many, many times) has lost it’s moral compass.
    I need another cuppa coffee!

    • Wayne says:

      I agree 100%. We are in the middle of August and the rest of the summer is about to explode in violence. Could it be the Demoncrats fear of the upcoming elections? I see the loss of a lot more of our freedoms as a result of the governments’ desire to provide more “safety” for WE THE SHEEPLE”

  5. mrchuck says:

    The South Dallas negro ghetto is about to explode in outright violence against any white skinned person entering it.
    I have to drive thru it to get to Baylor Hospital.
    The outright snarls and fingers given are evidence that they want a war with white people.
    Stupid, as whites are paying the taxes that support all the Welfare programs that “they” get from the Agencies of our own Govt’s.
    With the Ferguson, Missouri negro riots in full bloom, I expect more to happen anytime.

  6. presbygirl40 says:

    Fred, before I saw your comment on that boy I had glanced down at the picture and thought the same thing. He is filled with anger and hatred. The mother probably thinks she is teaching him right. Making him aware of the “facts”. Sadly in a few years he my end up with the same career as the criminal who was shot.

    • TexasFred says:

      His anger, if properly directed, could truly bring change for the good but my best guess is he’ll end up a rapper or a body guard for a rapper or a drug dealing pimp… That kid is FULL of hatred and anger… Body language does NOT lie..

  7. HGPSURF says:

    If that is the boy’s mother behind there is little wonder he is angry. The Al Sharptons of this world are telling boys like him to be angry. Honestly, he looks too young to have so much anger and I do have to think it was instilled in him through the words and teachings of other blacks, not through mistreatment by whites or the police. My best guess is that he is so angry he will do something really violent and end up in jail for the rest of his life or killed by the police or other blacks.

  8. But wait, Fred. I thought that, because these top law enforcement officers more fully reflect the melanin count of the surrounding “community,” that all would be well and any unease and concern about law enforcement would immediately vanish as, after all, they are not old Caucasoids.

    What?

    You mean that isn’t happening?

    But, but, but. . .everyone in the media and the Race Pimps and in various “communities” SAID that once authority begins to “look” like the people they police, things would immediately get better!

    Wasn’t that the “problem” with Ferguson? The officers didn’t “reflect” the community?

    What?

    You mean that doesn’t really make any difference?

    BZ

    • TexasFred says:

      Yeah, I know… Who’d a thunk it…

      Seriously, the people that are the most upset about the sorry performances of the Black and Hispanic ass-nuggets are the Black and Hispanic ass-nuggets that are getting screwed over by them…

      But they still keep voting them in…

      Go figure..

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