On Friday, the president chose to educate more than 85 percent of the country about what it is like to grow up black. The problem is not an uneducated society, but one that is very aware of crime and who commits the majority of it.
When less than 15 percent of the population commits the majority of crime, what are rational people supposed to do? As a retired New York City police lieutenant, I would be remiss if I didn’t advise family and friends to be aware and cautious when coming in contact with a group that is responsible for that amount of crime. The problem is when the black community chooses to blame its problems on others, instead of reducing crime committed by its race.
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