Trey Gowdy Goes Off At Community Policing Hearing Saying ‘All Lives Matter’ [Video]

Trey Gowdy Goes Off At Community Policing Hearing Saying ‘All Lives Matter’ [Video]

Trey Gowdy GOES OFF at Community Policing Hearing saying that ‘all lives matter!’  

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) went off at a House Judiciary Committee on policing strategies within the communities they serve, pointing out that “all lives matter” and that there is currently a process to deal with incidents involving law enforcement.

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The Political Insider reported that the hearing was designed to explore “police accountability, aggression towards law enforcement, public safety concerns related to these issues, and solutions to address these problems,” and featured such guest speakers as outspoken Eric Holder critic Sheriff David Clarke and Northeastern University Professor Deborah Ramirez.

Ramirez particularly drew the fury of Gowdy, as he laid out a list of names of police officers killed in the line of duty, followed by a list of intra-racial homicides, repeatedly asking the professor if she had heard of these people.  To the ire of Gowdy, Ramirez had no idea who they were.

He pointed out that there were no protests for either the police or intra-racial shootings. Then he nailed Ramirez with this observation:

     “I suspect you agree with me professor, that all lives matter. Whether you’re killed by a police officer or your next door neighbor, you’re every bit as dead aren’t you?”

 Ramirez consistently made this face during the barrage of questions… 

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Read the full story at The Political Insider

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