Mayor Pete Buttigieg Confronted By Angry Protestors at South Bend Town Hall

‘We have to bridge this gap between the police and the community’

EXCERPT:

LYNCH: "Let me thank everyone for your presence. And I hear the uproar and the pain. I’m getting ready to introduce myself. My name is Pastor Carlton Lynch. I serve with reverend Al Sharpton, National Action Network. Yes, ma’am. Yes, ma’am. Yes, ma’am. All we’re coming to do — hold on one second."
MAN: "Okay. Let’s give him a moment to share —"
MAN 2: "Al Sharpton and your people ain’t got sh*t to do with this. It’s South Bend —"
LYNCH: "Hold on. Let’s give him a moment. Just stand still."
MAN 2: "I’m working with you. You know."
MAN: "Let’s give him a moment. Quiet down, please."
MAN 2: "I tried to set a town hall three years ago. I tried to set a town — no. I want to let everybody know something. I tried to set a town hall up three years ago between the community — the community reached out to the police. We have to bridge this gap between the police and the community. I personally — you remember that."

(Via Mediaite)

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