Sheryl Underwood is fed up with police brutality in America as much as the next black person. Recently on her talk show, “The Chat,” she along with her fellow co-host, had a discussion about police brutality just a day after the footage of Terence Crutcher’s death was released.
“We don’t have to train the cops not to shoot white people,” Underwood points out. “Why we gotta train them not to shoot us?”
“First thing you gotta do, you gotta make it a hate crime,” Underwood said with tears in her eyes. “You gotta put people in jail. When you shoot somebody under the collar of authority, you need to lose your job and you need to lose your livelihood and you need to lose your freedom.”
“Remember there are good police officers out there,” she continues, “and the ones that are not, they need to go to jail! Don’t tell me this, ‘we got to train.’ Y’all white and y’all drive all the time and don’t nothing happen to y’all! And we Black; I’m afraid to drive my damn car!”
“Until you all who are not Black stand with us, this is not going to stop!” Underwood declared.
Watch it above.
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