A controversial video, posted online by the Omaha Police Officers Association, which shows a child in diapers, cursing and making obscene gestures with the adults who are taping him, continues to spark debate.
On Tuesday, CNN political commentator Marc Lamont Hill and Inspire52.com founder Mel Robbins argued about whether this type of behavior is more common that people think.
Many OutFront viewers took to the internet to weigh in on Tuesday's debate.
FELIX VEGA NEWS: Watching your debate about that video. I see that type of behavior regardless of race EVERY day as a prosecutor around courthouse.
MS. T: "Wonder where u live in NY that parents call their kids the NWord?Absurd&video of baby shouldnt b posted.2 WRONGS dont make a right"
JAMIE POWER: "Black people hate @donlemon right now for speaking the truth! Tell it I see it in Macon ga everyday!!!"
JENNIFER: poor child doesn't even realize that she's doing anything wrong. Its abusive and invasive. The video will be out there forever.
OutFront: Sergeant John Wells, the president of the Omaha Police Association, which posted the controversial video on their site. CNN political commentator Marc Lamont Hill and Psychotherapist Wendy Walsh.