DownTrend -- People couldn’t believe what North Carolina NAACP leader Corine Mack admitted to CNN’s Carol Costello.
She admitted that most in the community do not truly care if the man shot by police officers Keith Scott, was holding a weapon at the time of the incident.
“I think the most important part is the contrast in him having a book versus a gun. But in my mind and in most of the community’s mind, it really doesn’t matter if he had a gun.”
The quote may not be all too shocking, but the fact that she admitted it is pretty surprising. The NAACP held a press conference on the same day in which they were asking for a video to be released. But in the interview, Corine Mack was basically saying the video may not solve anything.
It seems that they only care about narrative and not about facts.
Blog Author's Comments -- And Corine Mack is the NAACP leader in this area. This is telling those who were looting, trashing and burning their city and beating any white person in the area that it is okay. That says quite a lot about that organization in North Carolina. At least she did not lie about how she and many other black citizens in our communities think and believe. No doubt the 'black savior' Barak Obama did not do a thing to help race relations, I have never seen them as bad as they currently now are.
And this woman is clearly a racist, is this why she was elected/appointed as the leader of the organization in this area? It really is too bad that so many black people are throwing their lives away because of what they believe. And yet, they will always blame the police or the white folks for their problems. The black man who was killed Keith Lamont Scott, by a black officer was armed, was instructed to drop his weapon, and refused to do so. What else do they expect the police to do? The blacks really do not have any leaders who actually care.
Police released information earlier today that Keith Scott’s fingerprints and DNA were on the hand gun, seen in eye witness reports and retrieved from the shooting.