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Rep. Bush on qualified immunity: ’We compromise, we die’

Rep. Bush on qualified immunity: ’We compromise, we die’

Rep. Cori Bush said she would refuse to vote for new policing reform legislation that compromises on civil lawsuit protections currently afforded to cops. ’If you are just and fair in your work, then do you need the qualified immunity anyway?,’ Bush said. ’We compromise, we die,’ Bush added. Her comments came as negotiations on a federal police accountability bill are underway on Capitol Hill.

Something Witty
Something Witty 2 weeks

We shouldn’t be legislating limits and regulations for police on a federal level. This is a states issue.

Jeff 2 weeks

"we die"....wonder if she knows wrongful death by cop is literally one of the lowest causes of death for anyone in this country. It's a real shame that the black community could have had anything they wanted with the medias full support this past year, instead of looking to fix education, diseases affecting blacks at higher rates, community redevelopment, they've decided to waste it all on two or three bad cops. I truly believe that future generations will look back at this and see it as a devastatingly ignorant waste of the global spotlight.

Seekster 2 weeks

If you don't compromise then you get nothing done. That is how the Legislative Branch was designed to work.

Erick 2 weeks

Should be, we don't do what we're told and risk the consequence. That's all it is.

Lev !🇺🇸 MINISTRY OF TRUTH 2 weeks

I hope it also adds a requirement that any police officer that fails to protect a suspect in custody in handcuffs would share all criminal charges and liability, arising from the suspect from being murdered by another police officer, and failed to take action to protect that suspect from being deprived of his life. Commanders and support personnel trying to cover up these kind of crimes should carry responsibility similar to that of accessory after the fact. FBI should also be required to respond to any event where police officer interferes with the right of people to record crimes committed by police officers and law enforcement officials. Any threat or action by police officer to interfere with the right to record should be treated as an admission of guilt by that police officer and his watch commander.

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 2 weeks

She is not wrong

Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 2 weeks

"We compromise, we die" doesn't seem like an ideology concerned with unification. 🤔

JoeSchmo 2 weeks

Splash in the pan politician , pandering to the bleating hearts and lame stream media, hoping to milk “racism” for the last drop of blood. Compromise ? How about being an adult and teach your kids respect?

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