Watch me on ‘Hannity,’ debating black activist over theatrics in McKinney, Texas

Mob rule continues to take over America.

In the wake of mob pressure following the pool party mayhem in McKinney, Texas, Eric Casebolt, the police officer at the center of the controversy, resigned.

The actions of a white police officer forcefully restraining a female black youth fits the mob’s narrative of racist actions by police.

Predictably, the officer’s resignation was not sufficient for the black liberal establishment.

Pamela Meanes, president of the National Bar Association, is calling for new constraints on members of law enforcement, including making police brutality a criminal offense and insisting on “mandatory classes in race relations and stricter mental health testing for officers.”

At a press conference, Meanes did a dramatic reenactment of the highly publicized “aggressive” actions of the police officer by laying down on the ground with someone’s knee on her back. A video of this shameful bit of theatrics follows.

In this second video, I appear on Fox News’s “Hannity” to debate Meanes over her heavy-handed and provocative tactics:

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Deneen Borelli

Deneen Borelli

Deneen Borelli is Outreach Director for FreedomWorks, a grassroots organization dedicated to limited government. She is a contributor at Fox News and has written for The Blaze, The Daily Caller, Los Angeles Times, and dozens of other publications. She is the author of the book ”Blacklash: How Obama and the Left are Driving Americans to the Government Plantation.”


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