I'm also quite sure we're way off the subject of a white nutter having (allegedly) tried to run over cops and having been shot for his troubles.
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?
"The side that stays within its fortifications is beaten." ~Napoleon
The idea that this isn't a collective issue is like the idea of being diagnosed with cancer and responding to it with "that's not me, that's just my lung."
Here read this from the OP...
"WTXF reported that police had identified the man as Joseph Pacini, 52, of Clifton Heights, Pa. Authorities said that Pacini had posted a video on social media threatening to kill police and FBI agents. The station reported that police had obtained an arrest warrant in relation to the threats and SWAT teams were en route to Pacini's apartment to serve it when he left in his car at around 4 p.m. local time.
Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said that officers stopped Pacini at an intersection in the town and ordered him out of his car. Instead of complying, Pacini backed into the Clifton Heights police chief's car and then prepared to run over other officers.
Chitwood said the officers feared Pacini would kill them and they "did what they had to do." He said five officers fired at the man and no officers were injured. Pacini did not fire at police, and Chitwood said he did not know if the man had a weapon. The officers involved in the shooting are being interviewed by the local District Attorney's office and the incident is still under investigation."
Pennsylvania police kill man whom they say tried to run them over | Fox News
This wasn't a "white nutter" as you describe him, nor is it "alleged".... You have that backwards...Pacini is dead BECAUSE of the actions he took trying to run over cops when they tried to effect an arrest warrant on him. That is a fact. What you are trying to do is place scrutiny on the police by flipping the tables as if they were the ones in the wrong....
Americans are so enamored of equality that they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom.
Alexis de Tocqueville