Honestly, I feel as though I could have written these tweets myself.
Hold on, let me explain...
In no way do I agree with Grayson Murray's black-and-mostly white opinion on the state of totalllllly non-existent discrimination in the police force. I don't spend anywhere near enough time wandering the oh-so-fairways where this type of innuendo was reinforced via interactions with his extremely diverse and cultured peers on the greens of 'Pleasantville'.
I just think that if given his name, profession, and the picture above, I probably could have typed out - almost word for word - what his thoughts were on the matter. The cliched narratives and baseless, context-free arguments used to completely marginalize the plight of African Americans while blindly supporting the entirety of a profession that historically has a corruption issue? What better time to put them down on a public platform than immediately after the exoneration of a cop that shot a black man dead in front of his wife and kid for legally carrying a firearm?!?
Those nauseatingly repetitive talking points that used nitpicked numbers and shameless victim blaming to claim that the long standing concept of racial profiling is as real as the "threat" that Trayvon Martin served as don't belong anywhere in society. However, if there were a place where they could feel at home it would be on the Twitter feed of a professional golfer named Grayson who was once forced to play without a tooth, recently fired his caddy mid-round, and has used social media to publicly hit on a naive teenager who quickly learned why he's so detestable...