The ‘New’ Normal: Having The Ability To Call The Police Is ‘Privilege’ & That’s Why It Must Be ‘Abolished’ Says Dem (VIDEO)
For the past two weeks we have all seen violence, murder, mayhem, looting, and burning that has ripped across the country. The night Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey allowed rioters to burn a police precinct to the ground it ignited violent protests across the country.
Now the political leaders in Minneapolis have announced they are going to disband the police department. Even the incredibly liberal Mayor Jacob Frey is against the idea and was even booed out of a Black Lives Matter protest.
Hard times make hard men – hard men make easy times – easy times make soft men – soft men make disasters – disasters make hard times.pic.twitter.com/aMwhHAHMeR
— Chanel Rion OAN (@ChanelRion) June 8, 2020
It should be noted that the police and the National Guard quelled the violence in the city.
The city council claims that they have a veto-proof majority that would invest in “community-led public safety” instead of police officers.
“We are here today because George Floyd was killed by the Minneapolis Police Department. We are also here because, here in Minneapolis and in cities across the United States, it is clear that our existing system of policing and public safety isn’t working for so many of our neighbors,” Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender said in a written statement Sunday, obtained by the Appeal. “Our efforts at incremental reform have failed.”
On Monday Council President Lisa Bender appeared on CNN with Alisyn Camerota to discuss the plan. When asked about what would happen if a burglary would occur here’s what Bender said:
“Yes, I mean, and I hear that loud and clear from several of my neighbors, and I know, and myself too, and I know that comes from a place of privilege.”
CAMEROTA: “What if in the middle of the night my home is broken into. Who do I call?”
BENDER: “Yes, I hear that loud and clear from a lot of my neighbors. And I know — and myself, too, and I know that that comes from a place of privilege.” pic.twitter.com/WhubQ9yJIf
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) June 8, 2020
Just remember people like Bender turned Minneapolis into this…
Minneapolis is looking like the aftermath of a war after the Democrat party organized peaceful protests… pic.twitter.com/pHAr9pNkUK
— Eddie Donovan (@EddieDonovan) June 6, 2020