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South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg was not exactly thrilled with Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif, after the Congressman asked him to fire his city’s police chief about the officer involved shooting of Eric Jack Logan.
Buttigieg has taken some time, to handle the election campaign of a local crisis, the death of a unarmed black man by a police officer with his body camera. And the Democratic candidate, many of the evil ingredients had to make, and the exchange went viral.
The Indiana mayor was pressed on why the six-percent-and-black police reflects the 26 percent of the black population in his town. Buttigieg, without further ADO, replied that he “couldn’t get it done”, but expressed his determination to address race relations between civilians and the police.
BUTTIGIEG city HALL GOES to CRY in the MIDST of THE ANGER OVER THE shooting
As former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper in question Buttigieg asked why it is “so long” to the relations between the police and his black constituents, the mayor responded with his “too much responsibility” in the aftermath of the Logan shoot. But Swalwell, intervened in the conversation.
“If the camera is not on and that was the policy, it should be said, fire the boss,” Swalwell Buttigieg.
“Thus, under Indiana law, these are examined and it is the responsibility of the officer will reply,” Buttigieg.
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“You’re the mayor. You should have shot back, fire the boss,” Swalwell, “when the died of the policy and someone.”
While the presenters contributed to the next question, Buttigieg and staring at his 2020 opponents.