Disney Actress Spreads Hateful Conspiracy About Police Shooting on ‘View’

Today on The View, actress Yvette Nicole Brown tried to surpass comedian Chelsea Handler for the most hateful Hollywood hot takes over the Daunte Wright police shooting. While on The View today, the Community actress, who also appeared on several Disney shows and Nickelodeon, claimed that the officer who mistook her gun for a taser was feigning a performance so she could get away with “killing a black person.”

Co-host Meghan McCain asked their guest, a fellow gun-owner, how the officer could mistake her gun for a taser, saying she “didn’t buy it.”

“Why don’t you buy it either?” McCain asked. 

The actress described the differences between a glock and a taser before falsely claiming that the white police officer’s actions were being described as “no big deal” when that wouldn’t happen if she had been a black woman like herself:

Had it been me, had I pulled out a gun, pointed it at them, shot them and they died, would I be able to say it was an accident and everybody go, ‘No problem Yvette, you’re good.’ No. So, In my mind, if it would happen to me, I would get a murder charge. Sunny, I know maybe I might not be right legally, maybe it had to be a manslaughter charge. I feel like the way they’re handling it, saying it’s just a little accident, and you know it’s no big deal. It’s why Black Lives Matter exist.

Co-host Joy Behar cut in to ask Brown why the officer repeatedly warned, “taser, taser” before shooting. But Brown said that was just a feigned performance to try to make her look innocent when she shot Wright. “She was used to just saying what needs to be said to get off, should you kill a black person,” the actress accused, without a shred of evidence:

You know what Joy? I feel like it’s the same reason they say ‘why are you resisting?’ ‘Why are you resisting?’ I don’t think she was thinking about her um her camera–her body cam being on. I think she was used to just saying what needs to be said to get off, should you kill a black person! So she goes taser, taser, taser. Then she can say, ‘Oh I don’t know, It was a gun? I don’t know.’ I just feel like it was like, she was trying to get off. That’s what I think. 

 

 

Then just two questions after McCain’s, Brown actually bragged about how she was a role model of love and light to kids:

I’ve always felt since I started my career on a kid show, I was on “Drake and Josh” on Nickelodeon, I know that kids watch me. I don’t have a problem being a role model. I don’t have a problem being the kind of person that says maybe we should be kind or maybe we should look out for each other, maybe we should model love. So when I pick my roles, I try to make sure it’s one of those babies watching “Drake and Josh” can see and not be confused or concerned. I want them to be able to go that’s ‘Helen’ and I like what ‘Helen’ did this time….I just hope that I’m a light and a blessing and an asset everywhere I go.

Yes, “maybe” she could start by taking her own advice by not accusing police officers of being malicious racist murderers out to kill black people.

You can see more of this love and light Brown displays towards people like President Trump and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, in the links provided.

Read the transcript below:

The View

4/16/2021

MEGHAN MCCAIN: Yvette, it’s hard to find anything we all agree on, but we all love you very much. You post a lot on social media about the struggle for social justice. This week the former officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright was charged with second degree manslaughter after the former police chief claimed she mistook her gun for her taser. As a fellow gun owner, you say you don’t buy that excuse. I didn’t buy it either. Why don’t you buy it? 

YVETTE NICOLE BROWN: I don’t buy it because I’ve held a Glock. I know how heavy a Glock is. There’s no way you pick up a Glock and think it’s a taser. Also one is yellow. One is black. One is on one side of your body, one on the other. And what I do when stuff like this happens Meghan, I like to switch people. I like to take her out and put me in it. Had it been me, had I pulled out a gun, pointed it at them, shot them and they died, would I be able to say it was an accident and everybody go, ‘No problem Yvette, you’re good.’ No. So, In my mind, if it would happen to me, I would get a murder charge. Sunny, I know maybe I might not be right legally, maybe it had to be a manslaughter charge. I feel like the way they’re handling it, saying it’s just a little accident, and you know it’s no big deal. It’s why Black Lives Matter exist. It’s why Colin Kaepernick took a knee. All of this stuff is what happens to us. It’s enough. I’m tired of them killing us.

JOY BEHAR: Yvette, why was she yelling taser, taser, taser then? Why was she yelling that? 

YVETTE NICOLE BROWN:  You know what Joy? I feel like it’s the same reason they say ‘why are you resisting?’ ‘Why are you resisting?’ I don’t think she was thinking about her um her camera–her body cam being on. I think she was used to just saying what needs to be said to get off, should you kill a black person! So she goes taser, taser, taser. Then she can say, ‘Oh I don’t know, It was a gun? I don’t know.’ I just feel like it was like, she was trying to get off. That’s what I think. 

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