Keeping Sacramento’s legacy as one of America’s most racist cities alive, former County Sheriff John McGinness told his radio audience on KFBK that African-Americans did “much, much, much, much better before” the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which outlawed segregation and discrimination based on race.
The comment sparked outrage. It shouldn’t have. McGinness is nothing more than another example of the white racist elites who run Sacramento.
McGinness was Sacramento County sheriff from 2006 to 2010. He now hosts an afternoon radio talk show on white racist KFBK.
To make everything better for his white elite friends, McGinness is stepping down from an inquiry into Davis’ Picnic Day melee after his on-air comments about African-Americans prompted a call for his ouster.
The April brawl between three plainclothes Davis officers and a mob of campus revelers ended with two injured policemen and three arrests. Different versions of events emerged, with at least one witness saying the cops started the fight.
McGinness was hired as an outsider to look into claims that included excessive force and racial bias. The three men arrested, ages 19 to 22, were black.
Enjoy your Police State.
Source: The Sacramento Bee