On “Meet The Press” yesterday, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani and Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson had a heated exchange on the issue of police violence in black communities. On his radio show today, Bryan Fischer predictably sided with Giuliani on the issue, declaring that banning the use of “stop and frisk” policing was committing a hate crime against black people.
Fischer, whose love of black men is well established, asserted that since most of those arrested under “stop and frisk” were black, the people who were most protected by “stop and frisk” were other black people.
“These areas were riven with black-on-black crime,” Fischer said. “Stop and frisk started to bring those numbers down. When you go away from stop and frisk … you are endangering black citizens. It’s like a hate crime against black citizens. You are exposing them to risk by removing a law enforcement tool”: