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Democrat to democrat

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I am not a Democrat, but I found this interesting. This is an open letter to all Democrats from a Democrat. I did not write this, but it needs to be shared…

I just have a few questions for you….Let me start with, I already know you don’t like President Trump…that’s a given, SO
let’s move on from that…

How about the division of America….
Do you really blame Trump for that?

How about when NONE of the DEMOCRATS showed up for his inauguration? Don’t you think that started the division? He hadn’t even been president yet, and EXCEPT for Clinton and Obama, not one democrat showed up….Is that when Trump divided America? Can you imagine if the REPUBLICANS didn’t show up for Obama’s inauguration because they lost??? Can you even start to imagine what would have happened?

How about when 19 minutes after Trump was inaugurated, the Washington Post declared the IMPEACHMENT CAMPAIGN has STARTED? Was that when Trump divided America?

How about when Nancy Pelosi ripped up Trump’s state of the union right in front of the world, showing complete disrespect for the President of the United States? Did that bring the country together and is THAT when Trump divided America?

How about when America had to endure, 3 years and over 30 million dollars spent on trying to PROVE that Trump only won because of RUSSIAN COLLUSION and NOT because America voted him in and 17 democrats did EVERYTHING in their power to PROVE that there was Russian Collusion…and came up with ZERO…?
Was THAT when Trump divided America?

I can’t even start to go over the NEGATIVE PRESS he’s received since his surprise win…

Remember, the DONORS, the likes Bloomberg, who gave 27 million, Tom Steyer who gave 17 million, George Soros who gave 9 million and MANY MORE that gave MULTI-MILLIONS to Hillary, wanted a return on their investment…
Do you really think that donors give MILLIONS UPON MILLIONS just because they love Hillary?
NO, these weren’t campaign donations, they were INVESTMENTS into what HILLARY had promised them when she became president….
They were so sure she would win and they would be SHOWERED with HUGE RETURNS, and when it didn’t happen and they LOST all those millions, they went all out to TAKE TRUMP out of OFFICE by any means possible…

DID YOU KNOW that 90% of the Mainstream media and the corporations that own them, are owned by or run by BIG DEMOCRAT DONORS? You can verify all of that for yourselves…I did…

Since the moment Trump won, even before he was inaugurated, the mainstream media’s reporting was 92% negative on Trump, do you know why?

It was those big donors that lost their dream of MILLIONS of dollars, on their returns that they were going to receive when Hillary was president and they weren’t going to take that loss lightly…They needed to PUNISH TRUMP and those that VOTED HIM IN…

I’ve said this since the night he was elected…
“There is NOTHING the left won’t do to take down our President”, our country and us, no low they won’t go to, to get their power back”, and sadly, we have seen this every single day since his election.

Let me ask you this…Have you ever listened to Trump or appreciated any accomplishment or campaign promises he’s kept, have you ever gone to one of his rallies or have you just closed your mind to ANYTHING he does?

Please ask yourselves the following questions, if you dare… What has Joe Biden done for America for the last 47 years that he's held an office? What did Joe Biden ever do for BLACKS when HE and Obama were in office? What has Joe Biden ever done in his entire life to create a private-sector job? What has Joe Biden done to help the American middle class worker?

Let me also ask you this…Why do you think there are so many people tearing down statues, our burning flag, beating up police officers, disrespecting our founders and hating our country?

It comes straight from our SCHOOLS that have slowly been tearing down our history…

If there is a teacher out there, please tell me the following:

Do you teach the truth that it was the DEMOCRATS that were the KKK?That the GRAND LEADER of the KKK was Robert Byrd, who was elected to congress and served for decades, and that it was Hillary, Bill, and Obama that gave his EULOGY praising him? That the DEMOCRATS fought the Civil war to KEEP SLAVERY? That the inner-city ghettoes were created by DEMOCRATS to keep control of slaves after they were freed? That planned parenthood was founded in inner cities to CONTROL the BLACK POPULATION? Is any of this in your history books?

Let me ask you this as well. Can a student speak up when he/she disagrees with a teacher when they say that Trump is a horrible president or the electoral college has to be eliminated? I don't think so? Well, I know a student that actually happened to...When the teacher said it had to be eliminated because Hillary lost, and he stated the reason it should stay, She ripped him apart and gave the entire class a 5 hour test, and stated it was because he DARED to disagree with her... Is that happening in your schools?

I’m only asking questions….I’d like your answers..

President Trump and his entire family has been vilified, demeaned and disrespected, for one reason and one reason only…….HE WON…Have you noticed the DEMOCRATS only throw tantrums and OBJECT to everything he does and have NEVER ONCE gotten behind him to make America the best it can be? WHY?

They can’t afford to get behind him…he would WIN AGAIN, and they can’t let that happen….if he wins again, the Democrat party will be destroyed and they know it…

Did you notice that the “CAGES” the left claimed that Trump built to put Illegal children in, WERE BUILT BY OBAMA for the very purpose of PUTTING ILLEGAL CHILDREN IN?
Was THAT all over the news when Obama did it? The very same “CAGES”…but the media was silent!!

How about when Trump commuted Roger Stone’s sentence, and was DEMONIZED 24/7 but NOT A WORD when Obama commuted 1715 inmates, which included 330 that he granted on his last day in office…

DID WE EVEN HEAR one WORD about it? Were there reporters even reporting it...NO! Just look at the difference in the reporting. By the way, since Trump's been in office he's commuted 10 people...compare that to Obama...Is that reporting fair? How about when Biden and Obama allowed the H1N1, the SWINE FLU, to INFECT MILLIONS of Americans before declaring it a health emergency.... Was the press losing it's minds and calling it the OBAMAFLU AND BLAMING OBAMA and BIDEN for the spread ? SILENCE! Compare this to the NEGATIVE COVERAGE that Trump got when, he immediately halted travel from China when, in February, Nancy Pelosi went to Chinatown and said come on down, or when DeBlasio, in March, said ride the subways and go to broadway...BUT those same people are blaming Trump for the spread of coronavirus..

A FINAL QUESTION:What have the DEMOCRATS done to help make America the best, to get behind a president that works tirelessly to care about WE THE PEOPLE instead of using us as political pawns.. What have the democrats done for people of color EXCEPT for GIVING ILLEGALS more rights than citizens and having us pay for it... JUST imagine what this country could accomplish if the Democrats worked with him on the economy, the coronavirus, the inner cities where he's created opportunity zones, job training etc. When Trump tried to get school choice for inner-city students they ran Betsy Devoss out!! The dems running those innercity schools wanted no part of school choice. Have you ever wondered why it's cities that have been run, for decades, that have the MOST HOMELESS, the MOST CRIME, the most MURDERS, the worst INNER CITY schools, ARE ALL RUN BY DEMOCRATS??? If you haven't started asking yourselves those questions, maybe you should..

As I said, my entire family used to be democrats, but NOT ONE will ever vote for a democrat again….They asked themselves the same questions and the answer was clear….

I didn’t write this, but I could have and I wish I had !!

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Pandemic over blown to kill america

Chances of getting hit by lightning 0.03% chances of dying of covid 19 virus worldwide 0.009% you have a better chance of dying by lightning than dying by wuhan virus.
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In Minneapolis, Armed Residents Set Up Patrols Amid Calls to Defund the Police

The city council approves its first permanent cuts to the police budget; crime has surged in the past two months

Some members of the Minnesota Freedom Fighters carried weapons during a protest on June 13. PHOTO: AARON LAVINSKY/STAR TRIBUNE/ASSOCIATED PRESS

By Joe BarrettJuly 25, 2020 1:38 pm ET

Minneapolis residents in some areas still recovering from rioting and unrest are forming community watch and security groups, some bearing firearms, to fight a surge of crime in the wake of the George Floyd killing in May. At least one neighborhood has put up barricades to keep away outsiders.

The moves come as the city council on Friday approved its first permanent cuts to the police budget, amid calls to defund the department and generally lower tax revenue due to the economic strain caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The $193 million police budget will be cut by $10 million, including making permanent some temporary spending measures—including a hiring freeze—put in place in June. Around $1 million from the police budget is being shifted to a program called Cure Violence that tries to prevent things such as retaliatory shootings through community engagement.

The council had initially backed the idea of supporting the community watch groups with money for things like T-shirts, walkie-talkies and training, but that didn’t end up in the final budget.Minneapolis shooting incidentsSource: Minneapolis Police Department20192020(throughJuly 15)Jan.Feb.MarchAprilMayJuneJuly01020304050607080

“We’re not trying to create an armed force to replace the police department,” said Graham Faulkner, an aide to council member Alondra Cano, who had proposed shifting funds to support the community watch groups. “We’re trying to support the groups that are out there.”


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The council earlier approved a proposal that could end up on the November ballot to replace the police department with a new department of community safety and violence prevention next May. Many details of the proposed new agency remain to be worked out, such as whether it would have an armed criminal-justice component.

Police say crime has surged in the months since Mr. Floyd’s May 25 killing, in which a now-fired officer was captured on video with his knee on Mr. Floyd’s neck for an extended time. Shootings more than tripled in June to 75 from 24 a year earlier. In the first half of July, there were 43 shootings, compared with 29 in all of July 2019.

Police say the increase in crime follows a pattern seen in Ferguson, Mo., and other places where there have been high-profile officer-involved deaths and protests. Police say that, while some in the city seem to believe police have given up, officers remain on patrol throughout the city.

As riots played out across the city in late May and early June, a group of Black gun owners responded to a call from the local NAACP and patrolled the mostly African-American West Broadway business district for 10 nights, keeping the area free of looting or arson without firing a shot, said Jamil Jackson, a leader of the group called the Minnesota Freedom Fighters, which advocates for Black gun ownership.

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“We were fired on,” he said, “but we weren’t going to return fire into a dark street.” The group has 45 members with a variety of backgrounds, including some who have military training.

“We played a role alongside law enforcement and helped our community be safe,” said Mr. Jackson, 43 years old, who runs a youth mentorship program called Change Equals Opportunity, or CEO.

The group has since been asked to protect community events and has formed a security company offering its services. Mr. Jackson said the group has been well-received at these events and hasn’t met with any resistance because they mostly focus on community outreach.


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John Elder, the Minneapolis police department’s chief spokesman, said in an email that “we have long supported neighborhood patrols. All laws must be obeyed by those engaging in these patrols.”

“We have been clear these are in supplement to the police department and not as a substitute,“ he said.

Mr. Elder said he hasn’t heard of any problems with vigilantism by the groups.

Council member Linea Palmisano said armed neighborhood patrols, or even efforts to just keep unfamiliar people out of a neighborhood, opens a Pandora’s box.

“We are lurching for solutions,” she said, noting she doesn’t support the idea of doing away with the police department but supports the idea of letting residents vote on it.

With the neighborhood patrols, “you could very easily create the same things we rally against,” she said.

In late June, residents near a commercial strip that had been looted, and the 3rd Precinct station that was abandoned and burned, were seeing a surge of shooting and drug-related crime on their block.

A boat on a trailer was used to block outsiders from a neighborhood at one intersection until a permanent barrier could be built.PHOTO: MARIA GALI

“It got to the point where crime had no consequences,” said Tania Rivera, 30, who runs a child-care center with her mother. “It was being done deliberately out in the open. Drive-through drug dealing, drive-through prostitution, everything from gunshots to assaults to sex out in the public. Everything you didn’t want your neighborhood to look like.”

So after a number of community meetings, neighbors began constructing a barrier to close off two blocks of their street, first with trash cans, then debris. For a while, a boat on a trailer protected one intersection. Eventually, a nearby iron maker constructed a permanent gate. Police gave their approval as long as emergency responders could get through if requested by the neighborhood.

Neighborhood men also began an armed patrol, kicking out anyone who didn’t belong on the block after dark.

“We’re not proud of that, but it needed to be done,” Ms. Rivera said, adding that the patrols are continuing today.


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“Most of the time it has been peaceful, other times not really,” said Maria Gali, 56, Tania’s mother, in an email. “Neighbors are armed, and some of them are veterans. They are very determined to defend their families, properties and the street.”

Many neighborhoods across the city have started similar patrols, though only a few are armed, residents say. The activism in some places is balanced with a caution about involving police, who some residents don’t feel can be trusted.

Kadence Hampton, a 30-year-old urban planner, began a text chain with her neighbors during the protests and rioting after she saw seven armed men park in the shadows on her street and proceed toward a home owned by a Black family on her block.

“I didn’t know if it was a special security force or a police task force or white supremacists,” she said, she just knew it was scary. So she went door to door collecting cellphone numbers, hoping that getting to know her neighbors would bring a sense of security.

But this week when she witnessed one of her neighbors being robbed of her purse by three men as she tried to bring in her groceries, Ms. Hampton didn’t call police.

“I am hesitant to call the police,” she said. “They are not proactively preventing any type of harm. When they do show up, they escalate things. I am not convinced calling the police is the safest thing to do.”

”If people choose not to call the police, that is not something we can control,” Mr. Elder, the police department spokesman, said.

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Portland pushes anarchy

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13 of the 20 ANTIFA terrorists arrested in Portland were…teachers.

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Ny mail in voting set backs

New York’s quest to keep voters safe from COVID-19 by letting them vote by mail in the June primary has led to big delays in tabulating results, concerns about disenfranchisement — and questions about whether there will be an even bigger mess in the fall.Election officials say it will take them until early August to finish counting a tidal wave of absentee ballots that overwhelmed a system which typically handles only around 5% of the vote. About 1.8 million New Yorkers requested mail-in ballots for New York’s primary.Voting ended June 23, but the results of many races, including two closely watched congressional primaries, are still unknown.A bigger problem than the delays, though, is that thousands of votes cast in good faith are getting invalidated during the counting process, candidates and good-government activists say.https://tpc.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.htmlSome ballots are being knocked out because voters forgot to sign and date them; others because envelopes lacked postmarks that would indicate whether the ballot was dropped in the mail in time to beat the voting deadline.President Donald Trump’s press secretary, Kayleigh Mcenany, in a press conference this week lambasted New York’s vote counting as an “absolute catastrophe” and a reason to question voting by mail.Candidates and voting rights groups, including the Brennan Center for Justice, are pushing state lawmakers to fix procedural problems now so the issues don’t repeat themselves in the general election in November, when even more people may try voting by mail.New York City elections officials have refused to release statistics on the number of invalidated votes. But Suraj Patel, a Democrat locked in a close primary race with U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney, said 30% of mail-in ballots received in the Brooklyn part of the congressional district were being rejected.null“This election and New York’s response, including the Senate and the Assembly, is providing Donald Trump with a blueprint to game the November elections unless they act,” Patel said.The plan to let voters cast ballots by mail was hatched hastily and announced in April as the coronavirus outbreak was killing hundreds of people a day in New York City and its suburbs.In the midst of the crisis, the state never provided extra funds to prepare election workers who would be handling mailed ballots or to hire extra staff to count them.Many voters who applied for absentee ballots didn’t get them until the last minute, leaving them wondering whether they should vote in person or try the mail and potentially miss a deadline to have the envelope postmarked by June 23.Compounding that problem, the state’s attempt to make things easier for voters by giving them postage-paid return envelopes backfired: The U.S. Postal Service doesn’t usually put postmarks on that kind of metered mail, and while its policy is to to add the postmark to mailed ballots, it admits it failed to do so on some envelopes.Candidates and activists are now claiming in a lawsuit that thousands of properly cast ballots mailed in on time were invalidated because they lacked postmarks.The state Board of Elections said it’s too early to know how many ballots didn’t make it out to people in time, or were discarded because the Postal Service failed to postmark them.“It’s very unfortunate that the Postal Service was unable to fully carry out what they have acknowledged was their responsibility in postmarking the mail,” said state board of elections spokesman John Conklin.A spokesperson for the Postal Service said it is addressing the issue.Five states — Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington and Utah — have conducted all elections by mail for years with relatively streamlined systems, while 21 other states allow localities to opt into mail-in elections, according to National Conferences of State Legislatures.Common Cause New York Executive Director Susan Lerner called it “unacceptable and unfortunate” that so many absentee ballots are being disqualified.“Right now an absentee ballot can be discarded if a cautious voter puts tape on their envelope to make sure the ballot doesn’t fall out,” she said.Her group wants lawmakers to allow voters to request absentee ballots earlier and allow election workers to start counting absentee ballots sooner after Election Day.Lawmakers could revamp a system widely viewed as outdated. By Thursday evening, the state Senate passed bills to accept absentee ballots received by June 24, ensure voters fearful of catching COVID-19 at polls can vote by mail in November, and give absentee voters a chance to fix deficient ballots.Gov. Andrew Cuomo has voiced support for lawmakers tweaking the state law that lays out the time period when absentee ballots can be accepted.But it’s unclear whether New York will allow election workers to count all ballots lacking a postmark, including those received days after Election Day. Patel, Maloney and other candidates have called for Cuomo to update his executive order to protect June 23 primary voters from disenfranchisement.And lawmakers plan to hold a hearing in August on how election workers have handled the spike in absentee ballots.“We’re studying the issue from a system-wide point of view. And any changes we can make, we will,” Cuomo said.

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Police support Trump

not every day that one of the most prominent groups of law enforcement switches parties. Then again, this isn’t just any old day, month, or even year. But this year, amid some of the craziest times our nation has ever seen, that is precisely what has happened.https://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/pagead/ads?client=ca-pub-1904937421153004&output=html&h=343&slotname=1267884484&adk=2630635682&adf=1498284344&w=412&lmt=1595820528&rafmt=1&psa=0&guci=×343&url=https%3A%2F%2Famericanpeopledaily.com%2Ftrump-gets-valuable-endorsement-joe-biden-thought-was-his-and-wanted-bad%2F&flash=0&fwr=1&fwrattr=true&rpe=1&resp_fmts=3&sfro=1&wgl=1&adsid=ChEI8NP0-AUQmcLVhoH0-vGhARI9APJEYAcvrVSrla9FHgsiGW_8XKg9hJEl2S9XeLe1nqbSIH-Z4gW186dQLxC37IczRed9NGg6x9nNnSjPZQ&dt=1595820528091&bpp=4&bdt=689&idt=383&shv=r20200723&cbv=r20190131&ptt=9&saldr=aa&abxe=1&prev_fmts=0x0%2C412x343&nras=1&correlator=5900861376083&frm=20&pv=1&ga_vid=650796978.1595820528&ga_sid=1595820528&ga_hid=1475026166&ga_fc=0&iag=0&icsg=4260238777647103&dssz=56&mdo=0&mso=0&u_tz=-420&u_his=1&u_java=0&u_h=869&u_w=412&u_ah=869&u_aw=412&u_cd=24&u_nplug=0&u_nmime=0&adx=0&ady=1337&biw=412&bih=731&scr_x=0&scr_y=0&eid=42530558%2C42530560%2C21066752&oid=3&pvsid=1657308531106005&pem=101&rx=0&eae=0&fc=1924&brdim=0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C412%2C0%2C412%2C731%2C412%2C731&vis=1&rsz=%7C%7CEebr%7C&abl=CS&pfx=0&fu=8320&bc=31&jar=2020-07-23-16&ifi=2&uci=a!2&btvi=1&fsb=1&xpc=AjJ1Q1JDkP&p=https%3A//americanpeopledaily.com&dtd=416

On Wednesday, the National Association of Police Organizations or NAPO announced their full and hearty support of President Donald Trump for re-election. According to their own statements, NAPO is a coalition of police unions and associations that “represent more than 1,000 police units and associations, and 241,000 sworn law enforcement officers.”

In the endorsement letter written by the group’s president Michael McHale, the newly recognized commitment is said to be a result of Trump’s “steadfast and very public support for our men and women on the front lines, especially during a time of unfair and inaccurate opprobrium being directed at our members by so many.”

At first, many might be somewhat surprised at the seeming change of heart of the group, mainly because they had been staunch supporters of the Obama/Biden ticket both in 2008 and 2012, according to Fox News.

However, that was in the days when the Democratic party seemed far more moderate and when law and order still took precedence over the fear of offending someone. In addition, Biden, who helped to create the now controversial 1994 crime bill, was someone who had always backed the men and women in blue, standing up for their rights, their jobs, and their ability to do their jobs without walking on eggshells.

Given this past, it was assumed by many that a great deal of the police in our nation, especially those involved in a union, which has been another firm Democratic stronghold, would support the former vice president. And they may have, had George Floyd not been killed while in police custody, starting a nationwide conversation that has prompted many to pull their support from law enforcement.https://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/pagead/ads?client=ca-pub-1904937421153004&output=html&h=343&slotname=1267884484&adk=2630635682&adf=69330251&w=412&ebfa=1&lmt=1595820528&rafmt=1&psa=0&guci=×343&url=https%3A%2F%2Famericanpeopledaily.com%2Ftrump-gets-valuable-endorsement-joe-biden-thought-was-his-and-wanted-bad%2F&flash=0&fwr=1&fwrattr=true&rpe=1&resp_fmts=3&sfro=1&wgl=1&adsid=ChEI8NP0-AUQmcLVhoH0-vGhARI9APJEYAcvrVSrla9FHgsiGW_8XKg9hJEl2S9XeLe1nqbSIH-Z4gW186dQLxC37IczRed9NGg6x9nNnSjPZQ&dt=1595820528095&bpp=3&bdt=693&idt=427&shv=r20200723&cbv=r20190131&ptt=9&saldr=aa&abxe=1&prev_fmts=0x0%2C412x343%2C412x343&nras=1&correlator=5900861376083&frm=20&pv=1&ga_vid=650796978.1595820528&ga_sid=1595820528&ga_hid=1475026166&ga_fc=0&iag=0&icsg=4260238777647103&dssz=56&mdo=0&mso=0&u_tz=-420&u_his=1&u_java=0&u_h=869&u_w=412&u_ah=869&u_aw=412&u_cd=24&u_nplug=0&u_nmime=0&adx=0&ady=2778&biw=412&bih=731&scr_x=0&scr_y=0&eid=42530558%2C42530560%2C21066752&oid=3&pvsid=1657308531106005&pem=101&rx=0&eae=0&fc=1924&brdim=0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C412%2C0%2C412%2C731%2C412%2C731&vis=1&rsz=%7C%7CEebr%7C&abl=CS&pfx=0&fu=8320&bc=31&jar=2020-07-23-16&ifi=3&uci=a!3&btvi=2&fsb=1&xpc=QvyAFeRN4a&p=https%3A//americanpeopledaily.com&dtd=438

But when the Democratic left began calling for the “defunding” and disbanding of police locally and around the nation, things changed drastically. Suddenly, those who had supported them for years turned on them, even encouraging so-called “peaceful” protests, riots, and even violent physical attacks against police and the communities that still support them.

And so those like NAPO have been forced to seek support elsewhere, finding it never wavering in our patriotic President.

The endorsement letter says that the group “particularly values your directing the Attorney General William Barr to aggressively prosecute those who attack our officers,” as well as other things including how President Trump has recognized that “America’s law enforcement officers, just like any other citizens, have Constitutional rights, too.”

And therein lies the heart of the issue.

The police, as anyone would, will gladly support those who also back them, who stand up for them and prove, without a shadow of a doubt, that he or she has their back. And Trump has most certainly done so.

As Trump campaign senior advisor Bob Paduchik said in a recent statement, “This endorsement for President Trump highlights that as the Law and Order President, he is defending the hardworking people who risk their own lives every day to keep our communities safe.”

And he continued, drawing a severe contrast between Trump and his Democratic contender.

“Joe Biden has done nothing to stop his parties defund the police movement and remains silent as police officers across the country are being attacked by violent rioters and protesters.”

Now, it may be true that Biden has not wholly endorsed the idea to defund the police. However, he has come out strongly for police “reform” and other such measures that would seek to take much-needed resources from departments nationwide.

And as Paduchik said, Biden has “done nothing” to stop the continued attacks that have been made against law enforcement in cities all over.

Trump, on the other hand, has made considerable efforts to defend police officers and their jobs, even in the face of extreme criticism.

He responded to the somewhat unexpected endorsement by tweeting, “THANK YOU @NAPOpolice and their 241,000 brave law enforcement members for a FULL & COMPLETE ENDORSEMENT! I will always back men and women in blue, and never let you down. LAW AND ORDER will prevail!”Tags: Donald TrumpendorsementJoe Bidenpolice

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Seattle police declared Black Lives Matter protests a riot after demonstrations turned violent. On Saturday night, 45 people were reportedly arrested and 21 officers were injured.

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The BLM thug had an AK-47 knockoff and when the Driver did not stop, he fired 5 shots which can be heard on videos! He missed the car! Really…

The driver had a Permit to Carry, and put 3 rounds down range at the Shooter! Rumor has it that it was a tight Shot Group!

Bingo, the gene pool gets cleaner! God is good!

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