TKC TOLD YOU SO!!! KCPD FORTÉ RALLIES SUPPORT AMONG BLACK AGENDA GROUP AMID INCREASING JOB CRITICISM DURING 33% KANSAS CITY MURDER UPTICK!!!
Early yesterday we noted the desperate blogging of the KCPD Chief that offered a curious message that seemed like a public farewell.
Now . . .
CHECK THE KCPD CHIEF REACHING OUT TO THE BLACK AGENDA GROUP AMID INCREASED CRITICISM AND PUBLIC OUTCRY OVER HIS JOB PERFORMANCE AMID THE RISING MURDER RATE!!!
Take a peek . . .
Fox4: Police Chief Darryl Forté says he's fighting critics within his own department, who don't want him to make changes designed to eliminate prejudice and racial profiling.
"Everybody wants to stand up and talk about we’re not prejudiced, we don’t racially profile," Forté said. "We’re just like every other organization. We just don’t take an oath and all of the sudden that stuff goes away. It doesn’t go away. You don’t take an oath and all of the sudden start loving everybody."
"The chief made public statements Friday in response to questions from the Black Agenda Group . . ."
The Chief also addresses more upcoming criticism about his overtime compensation.
His message was heard loud and clear among denizens of this group . . .
"Those at the meeting say they support Forté and believe he has endured unfair attacks as the city's first black police chief."
Question . . .
IS THE BLACK AGENDA GROUP HELPING TO CUT THE THROAT OF THEIR OWN COMMUNITY GIVEN THAT MOST OF THE RISING HOMICIDES OCCUR WITHIN THE INNER CITY THEY CLAIM TO REPRESENT???
The Kansas City homicide count stands at 24 right right now which is a 33% increase this year over 2016.
Tragically, 58% of those victims have been Black males.
Remember that last year also witnessed a record breaking rise in murder by nearly 30% for Kansas City.
And while the Chief has every right to plead his case to the urban core . . . At some point, given the clear and present danger of rising murder to all local residents, the question of job performance in the face of so much Kansas City killing must move beyond the scope of racial identity politics.
You decide . . .