"It's not a case of racial profiling," said NPR analyst Juan Williams on "Good Morning America."
Williams made clear there are dangers when blacks are confronted by police. "As someone who has been stopped, as a black person in America, I have a very deferential approach to cops. I don't speak to them in aggressive tones. ... It's just that cops can be very prickly, especially with a black guy."
Friday, July 24, 2009
Juan Williams: Yelling at cops is kinda stupid
Geez, ya think, Juan? I suppose with this logic white guys routinely mouth off to cops with no repercussions whatsoever? Give me a break! Why is so hard to admit that if Gates had simply showed the officer his id it would have been over. But no! We must make this into a racial profiling case...At least Juan admits it isn't that at all;