So, I was in traffic court yesterday (over a misunderstanding 🙂 ) and saw myself in a room with 50 seats. Within those seats, I counted 48 people of color (blacks) in them. Blacks make up only 13% of the US population but 98% of the courtroom seats were filled by blacks. Technically there should have only been 6.5 seats filled with blacks. I find this very sad and interesting!!
1. Are blacks some evil rebel race of people that always break the law and get caught?
2. Though blacks are only 13% of the US pop, do they make up 87% of the crime?
3. How come proportionally there isn’t 13% of the judicial system to represent the black race?
Frankly speaking, its clear there is a “design” flaw and a clear objective within that design to sustain a holding pattern for blacks. When will responsibility be taking by those that control and govern said inequities?