What will the racist race-baiters do? Two studies released this year have proven beyond any shadow of doubt, that their narrative of police committing genocide against black Americans is completely wrong.
What it does prove, is that groups like Black Lives Matter have declared a war on police, based on a complete and despicable lie.
Researchers asked in the study, “Is There Evidence of Racial Disparity in Police Use of Deadly Force? Analyses of Officer-Involved Fatal Shootings in 2015–2016”.
The researchers, dug into the numbers and had this to say:
Is there evidence of a Black–White disparity in death by police gunfire in the United States? This is commonly answered by comparing the odds of being fatally shot for Blacks and Whites, with odds benchmarked against each group’s population proportion.
However, adjusting for population values has questionable assumptions given the context of deadly force decisions.
We benchmark 2 years of fatal shooting data on 16 crime rate estimates. When adjusting for crime, we find no systematic evidence of anti-Black disparities in fatal shootings, fatal shootings of unarmed citizens, or fatal shootings involving misidentification of harmless objects.
Multiverse analyses showed only one significant anti-Black disparity of 144 possible tests. Exposure to police given crime rate differences likely accounts for the higher per capita rate of fatal police shootings for Blacks, at least when analyzing all shootings. For unarmed shootings or misidentification shootings, data are too uncertain to be conclusive.
In a separate study, “Exploring Bias in Police Shooting Decisions With Real Shoot/Don’t Shoot Cases”, they found.
The controversy surrounding recent high-profile police shootings (e.g., Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri; Laquan McDonald in Chicago) has prompted inquiry into the possible existence of bias in officers’ use-of-force decisions.
Using a balanced mix of shoot/don’t shoot cases from a large municipal police department in the Southwestern United States, this study analyzed the effect of suspect race on officers’ decisions to shoot—while accounting for other theoretically relevant factors.
Findings suggest that Black suspects were not disproportionately the target of police shootings; Black suspects were approximately one third as likely to be shot as other suspects.
This finding challenges the current bias narrative and is consistent with the other race-related findings in recently published research.
What has been make crystal clear by these studies is that the narrative by groups such as Black Lives Matter, NFL kneelers, is based on a false, and racist premise designed to perpetuate the victim mentality and hatred of the police, ingrained into minority communities by Democrats to create division in America.
Now the only questions that remains are this. Will these minorities see they are being used as cannon fodder by Democrats and flee the plantation, or will they simply dismiss these studies by calling them racist?
Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
June 14th, 2018