A little over a week ago, I watched, along with millions of Americans, 5 Memphis police officers brutally execute 29-year-old photographer and father, Tyre Nichols — a 2nd-shift Fed-Ex employee en route home on his dinner break to sit at his mother’s table for some of her home-cooked sesame chicken — and I felt…
A week later, I’ve finally realized why.
Under the guise of transparency, we are being lied to — including by Memphis police chief Cerelyn Davis.
On this episode of Rumble, I pull the mask off and expose the truth: there are no heroes here, they haven’t scratched the surface of accountability, this is merely damage control being sold as “justice.”
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Music in today’s episode:
“F*k Da Police” — N.W.A.
“Walking in Memphis” — Marc Cohn
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