“It Was Murder – He’s a Monster” Joe Rogan Experience Discussion of Police Brutality and Daniel Shaver Shooting

Police Brutality Daniel Shaver Murder Discussion Joe Rogan Experience

Host Joe Rogan, comedian Duncan Trussell, and psychologist/author Christopher Ryan discuss police brutality and the murder of Daniel Shaver by Mesa, Arizona Police Officer Philip Braillsford during the “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast.

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Embedded below is an excerpt from Joe Rogan’s podcast the “Joe Rogan Experience” during which there was a discussion of police brutality. Specifically, the discussion centers around the body camera video  (also embedded below) showing the 2016 murder of Daniel Shaver by Mesa Police Officer Philip Braillsford in Arizona. As pretty much everyone on the planet knows at this point, earlier this month a jury somehow managed to watch that video (contrary to what Rogan says in the video, they did watch it) and then decide Braillsford was not guilty of that murder.

Rogan is joined by two guests, Duncan Trussell, a comedian who hosts his own podcast, entitled the “Duncan Trussell Family Hour,” and Christopher Ryan, a psychologist, writer, and who (of course) also hosts his own podcast, entitled “Tangentially Speaking.” Not surprisingly and as is probably obvious by the title of this post, the common consensus is that Daniel Shaver was murdered that day.

Beyond that basic conclusion, there are some good points made about the situation itself and Braillsford. One thing brought up by Rogan, which actually hasn’t been discussed much, is that Arizona is an open carry state. In fact, Arizona is one of only thirteen states that recognizes “constitutional carrygun rights, meaning that you don’t need any license whatsoever to carry a gun, even when it is concealed.

To a large extent, that invalidates the very reason that the police were there in the first place, since it was based on someone reporting that they saw Shaver with a rifle. The fact that the witness claims he was pointing it out the window would be the only thing worthy of any investigation and, as noted, the demeanor of Shaver and the woman with him quite obviously wasn’t that of someone preparing to go on a killing spree.

Just what a monster Braillsford is and the fact that police departments attract psychopaths is another point brought up. As I and others have mentioned many times, the authoritarian nature of the police and their ability to inflict violence on others, often with little to no consequences for their abuses, attracts the type of people who have a desire to do so.

Then, of course, the other thing becoming incredibly obvious is that people are fed up with these type of crimes by the police being condoned and/or covered up and that discontent is likely heading toward a serious backlash.

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