"well, that's probably not true anymore. or at least not for a large part of the population and the whole point I am making." You are wrong then and are being mislead by the purpose of media. Media outlets will report very specific instances where violence is most prominent, thereby catalyzing the most views possible for their service. However, this only accounts for some cities, some states, but not the majority of the country. A few cities does not account for the remaining 320 million residents in the country. If the police were an issue people would be submitting bills to congress, not protesting by attacking stores. Most people aren't to irrational so think that because a court makes a controversial decision they should attack random, unassociated businesses. Those people deserve to be in jail more than any police officer keeping the peace
>wtf are you talking about? there are constant cases of the police committing crimes. they murdered a guy on video and it took three days of mass protest to even get the guy arrested. And Trump has an endlessly long history of corruption, crimes, nepotism, abuse of power... and most US politicans are corrupt, even democrats, and mainly represent their sponsors, i.e. rich people and companies. if you are some random poor black guy, why would you follow the rules those people make? they don't give a shit about you, so you take advantage whenever you can, just like they do.
Maybe you don't know what a crime is, or maybe your English is just bad? Either way, you are completely wrong. Police subduing resistance isn't a crime, it is a necessity to ensure a criminal will comply. If the police officer isnt forceful, a criminal would never hesitate. George Floyd was proven to have been using fake money and was resisting arrest, I think that warrants extreme refutation by the police officer.
Reports against Trump are unproven btw, if he actually committed a crime he would be impeached like Nixon for example. The entirety of your argument is based on assumption and allegations, you need to conduct some research instead of reading news articles.
In America, everyone is equal in law, regardless of what you want to think it is written in the constitution. Rich people have worked hard, regardless of their race, and are rewarded by the capitalist system deservingly so. Moreover, any person can work hard to achieve great things in a country that doesn't restrict people based on race, gender, religion, etc... Unlike a country like China where you need to a purebred Han chinese to succeed in special economic zones of Shanghai, anyone can become rich with the proper effort, unlike a
Compared to America, so many countries fail to limit corruption. If you are denying that you do not have a clear grasp on how the world works