Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch participated in a controversial panel on race and law enforcement, Gotnews.com has learned.
The April 2014 discussion –“Strengthening the Relationship Between Law Enforcement and Communities of Color” — included Lynch, as well as Eric Holder, Al Sharpton, and Bill De Blasio.
From the intro:
“Many in the African-American community feel that most cops are dishonest and out to get them, that the CIA is behind the drug epidemic, and it’s all a conspiracy to lock up more and more African-American men. On the other hand, the cops will say the community is complicit, that “nobody cares,” “no one is raising their kids,” “everybody is living off of drug money,” and “the only thing we can do is occupy them.”
On their list of Action Items:
“Remember that racial bias is pervasive. Research has shown that people who are not consciously mistrustful of African Americans or intentionally racist can still behave in a way that is influenced by racial bias.”