Yesterday, 04:39 PM
I'd like to direct you to this study, then. Perhaps it'll change your perspective. http://fairandimpartialpolicing.com/docs/pob9.pdf
Of course there will be people in the movement who do or say stupid things, but BLM has done a hell of a lot to bring mainstream attention to corruption in various police departments and the system as a whole. To deny that or say it isn't a net positive is astounding. Why do you think it has become less taboo to criticize the police over the last couple of years? Why have people begun to take more footage of the police? The system may refuse to change, but the people are waking up and won't take it for much longer. And guess who also benefits from all the scrutiny and cries for justice? Poor white people.
It's amazing to me that people who are supposedly on the side of liberty want to silence or belittle a movement that aims to fight corruption in the PD because they don't approve of certain elements within a DECENTRALIZE GROUP. Instead of applauding the effort to shine a light on police brutality and the blue wall of silence, they cry about how "all lives matter" while completely missing the point.