Does he have a good point?
FOX News’ Geraldo Rivera asks where the outrage is over 30+ people who have been murdered in Baltimore since the death of Freddie Gray. On Thursday’s broadcast of FOX News’ Hannity, Rivera noted Baltimore, a city with 10% the population of New York, has 15 times the murder rate of the Big Apple.
“I believe the Freddie Gray case will mark the decline into irrelevancy of the modern civil rights movement,” Rivera said. “It seems that they are only interested, black lives matter.”
“Black lives matter only when they’re killed by cops, particularly white cops,” Geraldo declared.
“Where is the outrage on the 100th Baltimore citizen who’s been shot dead this year?” Geraldo asked. “There is none.”
Rivera said the affect the recent events in Baltimore have had on the police is noticeable due to plummeting arrest rates.
“Now you have the cops backing off,” Rivera observed. “Arrests are plummeting”
“It’s a killing zone,” Rivera said.
“Give me a break,” Rivera said about the indictment of the six police officers involved with the incident that lead to Freddie Gray’s death.
Do you think the decline in arrest rates should be of more concern to the public?