Nothing Is Ever the Police’s Fault to the New York Post
At the time of de Blasio’s interview on ABC, there was a certain amount of chatter praising the mayor for being candid and direct about race and policing in ways that President Obama wouldn’t. But if this is what an honest public conversation about race ultimately inspires—the contempt of an arrogant police force and the predatory wink of race-baiting newspaper editorials—it’s easy to see why Obama keeps his platitudes vague.
Give the Post this, though: At least they didn’t call anyone a thug. After all, their readers know exactly what they mean.