On the Sept. 20 edition of CBS’ “The Talk,” co-host Sheryl Underwood comments on the recent shooting of Tulsa, Oklahoma man Terence Crutcher.
In the short clip, Underwood says that Black people can’t drive without the constant fear of their imminent demise.
She adds that white people do not have this constant fear of death from a police encounter.
” You have to put people in jail. When you shoot somebody under the color of authority, you need to lose your job,” Underwood starts. ” … Y’all white. Don’t nothing happened to y’all … I’m afraid to drive my damn car because if they don’t know who I am, I could be shot …”