Tuesday, Candace Owens commented on the shooting death of Duante Wright.
About 250,000 people are killed annually due to medical mistakes made by doctors.
We don’t riot, loot, or protest doctors.
Duante Wright was resisting arrest and the responding officer made a tragic mistake.
Why doesn’t society extend police officers any understanding?
Here are some of the replies from both left and right.
Medical mistakes occur while trying to save people.
This man was shot by someone unfit for their position.
Officers have been all over twitter today relating how common it is for female officers to overuse their weapons to compensate for being weaker and smaller.
— Shanista Rupert (@ShanistaRupert) April 13, 2021
This mistake has been made by multiple officers – most recently (prior to this) against a young white man. High stress situations cannot be simulated effectively. This was a mistake. It was not malice. It's obvious in her reaction and her immediate resignation.
— Matthew Frost (@frost_nerd) April 13, 2021
I keep thinking we need to have Grace for this officer. Sure they should face justice but us as the public need to show her Grace.
— SeiaDoon (@seiadoon2090) April 13, 2021
The race hustlers don’t make money off of medical malpractice, though. If they were buying $1 million houses in white neighborhoods off that they’d be doing that. It’s nothing but a GRIFT.
— Lavern Spicer (@lavern_spicer) April 13, 2021
those doctors get sued or fired and lose their medical license. Police officers get a pat on the back and a "keep going partna!" here we go again with false equivalencies
— carm carm 🙂 (@carmengetsLOWE) April 13, 2021