Reid Agrees: Uvalde Police Would’ve Saved Kids If They Were White

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Proving once again how filled with hatred she is, MSNBC’s Joy Reid invited Maria Teresa Kumar the leader of the left-wing Latino voter mobilization organization “Voto Latino” to discuss the delayed police response to the mass shooting at Robb Elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, and the conversation immediately took an ugly turn when Kumar & Reid both agreed that if the students were white the police wouldn’t have responded so slowly.  

Kumar started off by noting how “since the last election in 2020, Joy, we’ve had over three hundred thousand young Latino and African American youth turn eighteen.” 

Which led her to ask “where do you want to live, and do you want to live in a place that is segregated or in a place that’s inclusive and recognizes you as a human and your rights?” Seemly suggesting that Uvalde is racially segregated by design.  

Turning to the topic of the delayed police response, and despite the fact that there have been conflicting reports on why the Uvalde Police waited so long, Reid decided to accuse the police and the Uvalde town government of ulterior motives. 

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Despite having no law enforcement background to speak of, Reid insisted “it doesn’t take eleven minutes for the police to respond to an active shooter call.” 

Adding in some class warfare for good measure, Reid claimed “in wealthy communities, it don’t take eleven minutes.” 

Kumar jumped back in and claimed she had a conversation with a state senator in Texas who said “if that had been a different part of town it wouldn’t have taken so long and there wouldn’t have been such a long response rate.” 

She added that “when you start looking at the statistics and you start looking at the response rate, the utter failure of that police department, you do have to start–take a step back and question what did race play into it.”

In response, Reid predictably replied “absolutely” before wrapping up the segment. 

This vile and race-based segment was made possible by Dove & CarFax. Their information is linked. 

To read the relevant transcript click “expand”: 

MSNBC’s The ReidOut
5/31/2022
7:39:30 p.m. Eastern 

MARIA TERESA KUMAR: Just since the last election in 2020, Joy, we’ve had over three hundred thousand young Latino and African American youth turn eighteen. What is on the ballot is, what is the future of yourself and your country and the state of Texas? Where do you want to live, and do you want to live in a place that is segregated or in a place that’s inclusive and recognizes you as a human and your rights? 

JOY REID: And where it doesn’t take eleven minutes for the police to respond to an active shooter call. That was the first thing that got my senses going. Because in rich—in wealthy communities, it don’t take eleven minutes. You got your sirens on. You’re motoring down and it took that long to even respond at all? That got me very concerned.  

KUMAR: I had a conversation with a senator, a state senator there, and basically what you’re echoing was what he shared with me. That this was–If that had been a different part of town it wouldn’t have taken so long and there wouldn’t have been such a long response rate. One likes to feel that is not happening, but sadly when you start looking at the statistics and you start looking at the response rate, the utter failure of that police department, you do have to start–take a step back and question what did race play into it. 

REID: Yeah. 

KUMAR: And at the end of the day these are children and families who are suffering and our job first is to help grieve with them but then also make sure that Texas takes charge of their state. 

REID: Absolutely! 

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