Charles Barkley is at it again.
Backing up his statements he made days ago regarding the Michael Brown situation. After saying he agreed with the verdict not to indict Darren Wilson in the case, Barkley stated: He doesn’t believe that white cops are out to shoot black people because of racism.
In an interview with CNN, Barkley said that “We never discuss race in this country until something bad happens,” “And even then it usually reflects a “tribe mentality.”
He also added “Everybody wants to protect their own tribe, whether they are right or wrong. ”
Barkley, who has had several of his own run-ins with police, lamented that there are too many communities that call for cops to come in and clean up the neighborhood, then cry racial profiling when they do and something happens.