VIDEO: “We Know That Police Violence Disproportionately Impacts Black People” – Psaki When Asked About Deadly Police Shooting of Knife-Wielding Ma’Kiyah Bryant

VIDEO: “We Know That Police Violence Disproportionately Impacts Black People” – Psaki When Asked About Deadly Police Shooting of Knife-Wielding Ma’Kiyah Bryant | White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday was asked about the officer-involved shooting death of 15-year-old Ma’Kiyah Bryant.

Columbus, Ohio – As reported earlier, officers were called to the 3100 block of Legion Lane just after 4:30 PM Tuesday for a stabbing and a shots fired call at 4:45 PM.
Bodycam Footage Shows 15-Year-Old Makiyah Bryant Attempting to Stab Person Before She Was Shot Dead by Officer

The police shot Ma’kiyah Bryant, a 15-year-old girl who was attempting to stab another person.

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The police bodycam footage showed Makiyah Bryant attempting to stab someone as the officer acted swiftly and opened fire, fatally striking her.

Instead of defending the police officer for saving a teen’s life by acting quickly, Psaki immediately went into a diatribe about how police violence disproportionately impacts black and Hispanic people.

“Our focus is on working to address systemic racism and implicit bias head on,” Psaki said.

Not a word about Ma’Kayiah Bryant brandishing a knife and attempting to stab at least two people.

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