There’s 3 conservative perspectives on Philando…
1st is…. a libertarian critique of the police and acceptance for the racism in criminal justice. if there’s to be typical conservative recalcitrance / contrarianism / counter-intuitiveness spotted here, it’s this thing where conservatives say it’s the urban criminal justice apparatus that is racist… ya know, Democrat patrons….
2nd type was initially moved to acquiesce and acknowledge what appears to be a systemic problem in criminal justice / law enforcement… but pivoted off mighty quick to get all ginned up about Mark Dayton acknowledging that problem as ‘racism’. These people are fixated on Black Lives Matter being uppity, basically.
3rd type is looking up Philando’s driving record and trying to find home movies of him smoking a joint.