Brian Williams: I Hope BLM Protesters Become Cops To Change The System From The Inside

MSNBC's Brian Williams discusses police reform while awaiting the Derek Chauvin trial verdict: "I'll say that the George Floyd case has made activists out of average citizens who never imagined that they would be marching on the streets during the summer in a pandemic, but they did. And to combine everything you just said, I hope some small percentage of the mostly young people who have flooded the streets of our country for good reason, feeling propelled and compelled to become activists, I hope it occurs to some of them that perhaps a way to change policing is to get involved, change it from the inside, enact the changes to the policies that they're protesting. That would be a great influx of a population into the policing community."

Brian Williams: I Hope BLM Protesters Become Cops To Change The System From The Inside
MSNBC's Brian Williams discusses police reform while awaiting the Derek Chauvin trial verdict: "I'll say that the George Floyd case has made activists out of average citizens who never imagined that they would be marching on the streets during the summer in a pandemic, but they did. And to combine everything you just said, I hope some small percentage of the mostly young people who have flooded the streets of our country for good reason, feeling propelled and compelled to become activists, I hope it occurs to some of them that perhaps a way to change policing is to get involved, change it from the inside, enact the changes to the policies that they're protesting. That would be a great influx of a population into the policing community."