The Ferguson Effect

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“Ferguson Effect Is Real and Hurts Minorities” An anonymous (2016) author of the Wall Street Journal wrote an article about something called the Ferguson effect. The Ferguson effect is officers backing off proactive policing in minority neighborhoods, and the resulting increase in violent crime. Then the author goes to say this “effect is exclusively in black communities. Where the Black Lives Matter narrative about racist, homicidal cops has produced virulent hostility.” Then the author goes to give numbers and statics on how much the deaths have rose in cities like Houston, and Philadelphia. Then a Mr. Stringham dismisses the argument. Then he goes to give his own numbers and statics on the situation. Mr. Stringham concludes by saying “his…show more content…
According to the author Hillary Clinton made an attempt to portray Donald Trump as a racist. Only days after the riots in Milwaukee. Trump said that many people was negatively affected during the riots. Trump said " The victims, as in other cities with rising crime, were overwhelmingly black. Mr. Trump also said: "Our job is to make life more comfortable for the African-American parent who wants their kids to be able to safely walk the streets and walk to school. Or the senior citizen waiting for a bus. Or the young child walking home from school." Mr. Trump says he going to make these communities safe again." Co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement Alicia Garza believes that it is a terrifying vision that Mr. Trump is trying so hard to put him alongside some of the worst fascists in history,”. The executive director of the Advancement Project, Judith Browne Dianis, has been a huge complainer of Trump speech. Judith goes on the record says his thoughts and speech tries to segregate the minority communities. Political commentator Sally Kohn post an article in The New York Times that said Trump has reused the thoughts and ideas of a “White America” a former President (Richard Nixon) used to get…show more content…
Author Lichblau said the NRA has long ago turned down the idea of tighter laws will help America. The NRA has showed a large group of evidence from different backgrounds that have supported the link between gun restrictions and Lessing number of gun violence. Eric Lichblau then goes to say that this presidential election plays a huge role for the near future of the NRA. The author says the NRA has spent more than 20 million on campaigning support for Donald Trump. Mr. Trump goes on record voicing his support on gun rights. Oppose to Hilary Clinton who believes in Mr. Webster studies at John Hopkins which lead to the conclusion of gun homicides. The data from past and present still does not convince the NRA. Eric Lichblau conclude his article by saying that the NRA spend millions a year on ads, and other things trying to keep gun laws the way they are
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