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Crowder: Feminism isn't actually about empowering women

Crowder: Feminism isn't actually about empowering women

Steven Crowder told his audience on Wednesday that Minnesota police Officer Kim Potter — the female cop identified in the "accidental" shooting death of Daunte Wright — appeared to be a danger to herself and to her partners.

Crowder reviewed police bodycam footage of the traffic stop that showed Officer Potter making a failed attempt at arresting Daunte Wright. In the video, Wright slipped from Potter's grip and made it back into the driver's seat of his vehicle. Potter can be heard on the video shouting she would tase Wright if he did not comply. Tragically, Potter accidentally pulled her gun thinking it was a Taser and shot Wright.

After reviewing the tape, Crowder concluded that in addition to accidentally shooting Wright, she put herself and her fellow officers in danger multiple times.

Crowder related Officer Potter's actions to the "lie that feminism is about empowering women." He argued that Officer Potter appeared less than capable of detaining a grown man, despite being on the police force for 26 years.

"We convince women they add value in ways they don't. We convince them that they add value in the way men add value," Crowder said.

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