Sheila Qualls discusses viral article on Jason Whitlock’s show

The video and story have since been picked up by the New York Post, Daily Wire, Daily Mail, and more.

Sheila Qualls talks with Jason Whitlock on his show Monday. (Jason Whitlock/YouTube)

Award-winning journalist and Alpha News contributor Sheila Qualls recently appeared on a popular podcast to discuss an unsettling video of young children in St. Paul hitting and cursing at uniformed police officers.

On Monday’s episode of “Fearless with Jason Whitlock,” Qualls shared her reaction to the now-viral video, an Alpha News exclusive, and discussed the root issues of why toddlers would think to treat police officers in such a degrading way.

Before inviting her on to the program, Whitlock drew attention to Qualls’ commentary on the video for Alpha News titled “Grooming children for a life of crime.” The video and story have since been picked up by the New York Post, Daily Wire, Daily Mail, and more.

“When you take fathers out of the home, children are not learning to respect authority. The first authority they should come in contact with should be their parents. That’s where it should start, but what’s happening is the first authority figures these kids are seeing is either a teacher at school or a police officer,” Qualls said.

Whitlock then asked Qualls what “political solutions” should be pursued, noting that there  are “very few political solutions to spiritual problems.”

“I don’t really know if the government is the solution to this problem,” Qualls said. “It’s really going to have to start with us in the black community deciding, you know what, we want a different way of life.”

 

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