Fox’s Harris Faulkner Explains to Trump the Racist Origins of ‘When the Looting Starts, the Shooting Starts’

‘That frightened a lot of people when you said that’

RUSH EXCERPT:

FAULKNER: “Do you know where it comes from?”

TRUMP: “I think the mayor of Philadelphia.”

FAULKNER: “No, it comes from 1967, I was about 18 months at the time, everyone is shooting, but it was from the chief of police in Miami, he was cracking down, and he meant when he said. And he said I don’t even care if it makes it look like brutality, I’m going to crack down when the looting starts, the shooting starts. That frightened a lot of people when you said that.”

(Via Mediaite)
 

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