South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg wasn't exactly thrilled with Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif, after the congressman challenged him to shoot his city police chief over the official shooting of Eric Jack Logan.
Buttigieg has taken some time from the campaign track to deal with a local crisis in death involving an unarmed black man by a police officer with his body camera off. And the democratic candidate has had to face many angry components, and their exchanges have become viral.
The Indiana Mayor was pressed for why the six percent black police force does not reflect the 26 percent black population in his city. Buttigieg responded clearly and said he couldn't get it done, but expressed his willingness to address the race between civilian and police.
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When former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper questioned Buttigieg, why it takes "so long" to address the relations between the police and his black constituents, and the mayor responded by boasting his "too much accountability" followed by the Logan shooting. But Swalwell interjected in the conversation.
"If the camera was not on and that was the policy, you should fire the boss," explains Swalwell Buttigieg.
"So under Indiana law, this will be investigated and will be responsible for the officer," replied Buttigieg.
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"You are the mayor. You should detest the boss," Swalwell fired back "if it is the policy, and someone died."
While the moderators continued with it Next question, Buttigieg continued to stare at his 2020 opponent.