Cops might as well wear blindfolds if the City Council passes a bill that would let them use little more than the color of a suspect’s clothing in descriptions — or risk being sued for profiling, according to this provocative new ad (pictured) from the NYPD captains union.
How giving a description of a suspect qualifies as "profiling" is something that simply defies logic. This is the end game of the "victim classes" and "progressive stack." We can't give a description of a criminal because the criminals in charge are sick of the real world and the embarrassing racial differences that exist in it. The solution? Head in the sand. You can describe the shirt. Here's hoping Barkavious doesn't change his clothes and is wearing a completely unique outfit or we'll never catch him.
Union President Roy Richter — who is seen in the ad wearing a blindfold in Times Square — told The Post the bill is dangerous because “it will ban cops from identifying a suspect’s age, gender, color or disability.
You can't make this up. P.C. on PCP.
The ad warns that if cops transmit a description of a suspect that goes beyond the color of his or her clothing, they could be sued for racial profiling if the proposal becomes law.
"Suspect has black...shirt." That should be enough, in a city of millions.
The bill’s sponsor, Jumaane Williams (D-Brooklyn), and Speaker Christine Quinn are going to bypass normal committee process and bring the measure directly to a vote.
Normal committee process be all races and sheet.
This creature wants to wish away negro pathology.
Williams and fellow Brooklyn Democrat Brad Lander, a co-sponsor of the proposal, say it would only expand the city’s existing racial-profiling law by adding other demographic groups that should be protected, such as the homeless and gay people.
It might be easier just to make a list of groups that aren't protected. "Normal Whites." End of list.
But the Bloomberg administration has warned that the bill could lead to an avalanche of lawsuits against the city by any members of a protected class who believe that they were profiled.
Somewhere a room full of jews is dancing and singing in Hebrew.
The "ignore what is true for some imaginary greater good" argument has dominated racial discourse for the last fifty-plus years. Our reward for being "color blind" is negro and la-teen-oh dysfunction at unprecedented levels. The solution is always more pandering, more excuses. The collapse is coming soon.