On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, former mayor of Cincinnati Ken Blackwell about why he was impressed with the way the Chief of Police in Minneapolis is handling the aftermath of charges being filed against the officers involved in the death of George Floyd.
"What people tend to forget is that we've seen major changes and advances and so much so that in Minneapolis, the police chief is black. I watched him today, he owned the problem. He didn't try to run away from it. He didn't try to blame Washington. He owned the problem. But at the same time, he said, I'm not going to let you paint all of my officers with the same brush that you paint the four that now have been not only fired, not only arrested, but now are in the criminal justice system where they will be vigorously prosecuted. "