I'm not proposing we Waller in it. One of the issues I think we have is that its an Issue the current republican party avoids because it is seen as Left wing to openly address these problems. When issues are brought up, its usually just increasing cops or defense spending. Pence was my governor and that was the attitude we got from him and many of my local government that fall on the Republican side tend to equate helping with increasing police. I think if the Republican platform included more groundwork for Black Americans and other minorities the tide will shift from the minorities from voting in mass more Democrat. Its not racist to knowledge that crime exists and that its happens in the black communities. With the exception of some activists, that isn't the point. The main point is that there are real issues that need to be addressed, but they seem to not be discussed or even confronted without hostility of thinking its about punishing or shaming white people. That isn't a jab at you Reba, its just something I've seen time and again. Acknowledging racism isn't turning an eye away from crime, but helps to contextualize it. I think people are opportunistic regardless of their situation. The goal i want to see tackled is trying to make it so its not as much of an issue in the future.