You can always count on Charles Barkley to tell it like it is on race issues.
That was the case a couple of days ago on ESPN’s “The Dan Le Batard Show.”
“The cops have made some mistakes; black people have made some mistakes,” he said.
He also said that, just because cops make mistakes, “that don’t give us the right to riot and shoot cops.”
I think by “us,” he means black people.
But us white folk shouldn’t call black people “them” because it’s racist.
Anyhoo, here’s what else C-Bark had to say: “We need the cops, especially in the black community. We as black people, we’ve got to do better.”
Barkley also explained why there are racial stereotypes: “Because some black people are crooks.”
Short and to the point.
Then there’s this:
Some of these black people out there are committing crimes. Let’s don’t sit there and act like all our hands are clean.
I’ve always said we as black people, if you want respect, you’ve got to give each other respect. You can’t demand respect from white people and the cops if we don’t respect each other.
Check out the video below.