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Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz reacts to controversial comments from the 2020 candidate and Rep. Ocasio-Cortez in ‘The story.’
MIAMI-Long-shot democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson called for reparations and the Americans blasted as “woefully undereducated” about the history of the race, after the debate, impact on the officer rotation involved working in mayor Pete Buttigieg and the city.
SOUTH BEND POLICE UNION SLAMS BUTTIGIEG ABOUT THE REACTION OF THE POLICE SHOOTING OF A BLACK MAN
To do “the underlying cause has deep, deep, depths ranging from racial injustice, both in our criminal justice system and in our economic system,” Williamson, an author, said. “The democratic party should be a reason on the side of reparations for slavery out of this.”
She added: “I believe that the average American is a racist, but the average American is woefully undereducated about the history of the breed in the United States.”
The comments came after Buttigieg handled the officer-involved fatal shooting of a black man in this month in South Bend, Ind. The question of why it has said no progress in his community on the Problem, he:
“Because I could not get it done … It is a mess and we are hurt.”
Buttigieg said he was not “allowed to take” until the investigation was completed. This week, Buttigieg union also came under fire from the local police to investigate his calls for a special Prosecutor, the fatal shooting of a black man by a white officer on June 16. The union accused Buttigieg decisions about the filming of “solely for his political purposes.”
Buttigieg said he has taken “to combat so many steps” in his community, the Problem and the “wall of mistrust,” he said, “threatens the well-being of every community.”
Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.