Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for June 3, 2020

Reckless Rhetoric? The Boston patrolmen’s union is condemning Suffolk DA Rachael Rollins’ “reckless” rhetoric after she called cops “murderers” in a tweet. Rollins posted “we are being murdered at will by the police & their proxy” is “dangerous, divisive, and wholly unwarranted.” Larry Calderone of the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association joins Dan.

Take a Knee. A number of police officers around the country, faced with advancing protesters have chosen to kneel in an effort to be non-confrontational. According to one North Carolina law enforcement department, their intention was to show understanding of the pain in the community and the nation regarding equality. They took a knee to demonstrate that they stand for justice for everyone. Do you think the police should take a knee to demonstrators?

America is Burning. During a zoom conference speech this week, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey compared the violence and riots that have swept this country after the killing of George Floyd to a forest fire that would add in new growth. During her talk, Healey described racism as a value that is “embedded” in the United States and said “Yes, America is burning. But that’s how forests grow.” Was this a tone-deaf comment or accurate?

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