All right. All right, now,there's been a lot of talk
in the last couple years aboutthe systemic racism that exists
in many of America'spolice departments.
Uh, what is your takeon this, America's
most beloved anti-blackblack sheriff, David Clarke?
Do we know...
the American law enforcementofficers are racist?
There is no data.
There is no research
that provesany of that nonsense. None.
Okay, angry Common, calm down.
A little bit,a little bit, right?
A little bit. Okay.
All right,that was a month ago.
Well, guess what,black Yosemite Sam?
We... we got some data,we got some research,
and it proves that whatyou're saying is nonsense.
Let's get to Baltimoreand this, uh, scathing report
from the department of justice
about the Baltimore citypolice department.
Officers routinelyviolated people's--
particularly African-American's-- civil rights.
There you have it--first Ferguson,
now another DOJ report confirmsracial bias in policing.
All right, you know for more,let's turn to Mike Yard
with the No (bleep) News.
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Hey, Mike. So, uh...
so, Mike, uh, the DOJhas reported
that the Baltimore PDis riddled with racism.
Yeah, no (bleep), Larry.
Thank you, Mike,for that in-depth analysis.
That's Mike Yard and theNo (bleep) News, everybody.
-Thank you very much.-(cheering, applause)
That's a ver... very shortyet efficient news program.
All right, let's dig intothe stats in this report,
because the proof is inthe implicitly biased pudding.
Blacks make up 60%of Baltimore's drivers
but account for 82%of traffic stops.
Indeed, one African-American manwas stopped 30 times
in less than four years,with none of the stops
resulting in a citationor a criminal charge.
They pulled this brother over30 times in less than four years
and then you wonder why blackpeople are late all the time.
CP time-- cop pull over time.
Not my fault.
Now, on the one hand, you know,I feel for this brother,
but on the other hand,after the 30th time,
he's finally won a couponfor one free crime.
Murder not included.
Oh, and don't worry,Baltimore police bias
even comes with a fun twist.
Baltimore police, uh,disproportionately
stop African-Americans intraffic stops looking for drugs,
even though the policeare more than twice as likely
to find drugs on white people.
Okay, now we go backto Mike Yard
and the (bleep) Please News.
Hey, Mike, are you surprisedthat the Baltimore police
in traffic stops lookingfor drugs even though the police
are more than twice as likelyto find drugs on white people?
-(bleep), please.-All right.
That was Mike Yard with the(bleep) Please News, everybody.
Thank you, Mike.
People are like, "I thinkLarry likes that word."
Okay, what else, Baltimore PD?
Baltimore, a citythat is 63% black...
Of the 410 pedestrians who werestopped at least ten times
in the five and a half yearsof data reviewed,
95% were black.
Look, how do the policeexpect us to trust them
when we're stoppedfor walking while black
or talking while black
or sitting on our own stepswhile black?
I'm just surprisedno one got arrested
for getting arrestedwhile black.
You were getting arrested,weren't you, boy?
You stole them handcuffs,didn't you? Yeah.
But wha... I don't know.
But what's so crazy about thebehavior detailed in the report
is how transparent it is.This is true, guys.
So, listen to... to this storyabout a sergeant and an officer
who's doing a ride-along
with the DOJ rep in the car.
The sergeant told himto get the people
off the corner, disperse them.
And the officer said,"Well, I-I don't
have a reason to do that."
The sergeant said,"Make one up."
What the (bleep)?!
He said, "Make one up"
while the DOJ guy--
who was investigatingpolice corruption--
was sitting right there.
But that's how normalizedthis corruption is.
I mean, look, it's likeif you're filing your taxes
with the IRS agentsitting next to you and you say,
"Hey, man, can you hand methose dummy receipts?"
Daddy wants somecash back, you know?
What... It doesn't make... Aah!
But it turns out there'sa history to Baltimore culture
of overpolicing, and the reportsuggests it points to one man.
REPORTER:It blames nobody in particular,
but it does blame the city'szero-tolerance policing,
which was institutedback in 1999
under the, uh, directionof then-mayor Martin O'Malley.
Remember him-- that hunky,young, instantly forgettable
presidential candidatewho, uh...
Wait, what was he again?
I already lost it.
Oh, yeah-- O'Malley, O'Malley.
Uh, instituted this policyof zero-tolerance policing,
which meant cracking downon minor crimes
in the hopes of catchingmajor crimes.
And, indeed, Mayor O'Malley'szero-tolerance policy
led to a huge surgein arrests over the years.
Arrests in the year 2005soared to 108,000.
That's the equivalent of one...
of one-sixthof this city's population.
Look, Baltimore police,you arrested 100,000 people.
So, clearly, you're not lazy.
Just, next time try arresting100,000 people
who actuallydid (bleep), maybe?
-I mean...-(cheering, applause)
Just a thought.
But that's whythese-these DoJ investigations
are crucial to proving to theFox News sheriffs of the world
that there really is a problemwith policing in America.
But I just wish we could stopusing our resources
to prove something the blackcommunity has been saying
is true for decadesand instead use those resources
to actually find solutions.We'll be right back.
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