Tucker Carlson: Democrats rethink public security and significantly reduce public security

One Sunday afternoon in September last year, 16-year-old Aaron Pryor was shot dead on a driveway near his home in Oakland, California. By midday drive-by shooting standards, it was a terrible crime. Surveillance footage showed that the murderer had fired more than a dozen shots before escaping. No one was arrested for the murder, but the local media did not seem to be particularly interested in knowing who did it. They already knew. The coronavirus killed Aaron Pryor-that’s what they told us.

A local television station pointed out that violence in the area has increased since the pandemic began. Pryor’s soccer coach agreed. “It was COVID who really killed this child,” he told reporters. The coach could have been exactly how COVID made this murder, or what was COVID’s motive. Did not explain. But no one asked. Everyone, especially those in power, seemed happy to blame the pandemic. You heard it well. In New York City across the United States, Mayor Bill de Blasio has blamed the virus for rising crime rates.

De Blasio, MSNBC September 2020: Katita: Police organizations will say that part of the reason for the increase in crime is due to reduced funding for NYPD. What do you say about it? Mayor DeBlasio: This was done before the funding decision. This is true. The perfect storm I mentioned started in March and April, all stopped, and violence began in earnest from May to June and July.That’s obviously because things went wrong

Yes, it must have been a pandemic. It makes sense because I forced everyone to stay home. That’s why many people shoot guns on the street and push strangers into oncoming vehicles. Does it make sense to you? No, it doesn’t make sense to anyone. But thankfully, an expert quickly appeared and explained why what was clearly not true had to be true.

“Pandemic stress is everywhere,” a former CIA employee named Jeff Usher explained to the . That’s not true, except that we don’t see it everywhere.

The coronavirus may be widespread worldwide, but the rise in crime rates is not global. Canadian police reported a 18% reduction in crime between March and October 2020. In the UK, crime has recorded the largest annual decline in the last decade. Crime has also decreased in Sweden and Russia. Even in Mexico, in the midst of the drug war, there were fewer homicides in 2020 than in 2019. In a normal country, a pandemic meant an increase in Netflix and a decrease in murder.

But not here. The opposite happened in the United States. Many Netflix, and many more murders. The data is currently displayed on the screen. This is due to a non-profit organization called the Criminal Justice Council and researchers at the University of Missouri. It shows the average weekly homicide rate in 21 major cities. In late May, long after the pandemic began, the number of killings surged.

According to the Criminal Justice Council, “murders, weighted assaults, and gun assaults began in late May and June 2020 and increased significantly. 2019.” So far this year, these sad trends have been seen. it is continuing.

Murder cases have increased by 800 percent in Portland, 56 percent in Minneapolis, 27 percent in Los Angeles, 22 percent in New York and 40 percent in Philadelphia.

Why is this country different from Sweden, Russia and Mexico because your life may depend on it? You know the answer. It is not a COVID. In our country, stupid and malicious people have full control, Democrats have full control of the country, and their policies have resulted in mass murders. They here are proud of their plans.

Obama: Law enforcement people sharing the goal of rethinking police activity REP JERRY NADLER: Rethinking police activity in the 21st century. Mayor of Seattle Jenny Darkan: Rethinking and rethinking SEN’s crackdown.Dick Durbin … Community Efforts to Rethink Police Activities Al Sharpton: We Need to Rethink What Police Activities Look Like Jessica Bird, Activists: Rethinking Police Activities and Public Rethinking security Ali Bersi: Rethinking a citizen-led approach EDDIE GLAUDE: Rethinking the security of this country Auckland MAYOR LIBBY SCHAAF: Rethinking security LA MAYOR ERIC GARCETTI: What can be done to rethink security ANTONIO BROWN, ATLANTA CITY Council: Budget Reflecting Rethinking Public Security: We Need to Rethink What Public Safety Looks

Good, They undoubtedly rethought public safety and significantly reduced public safety. Twenty major cities in the United States cut police budgets and stopped funding police last year, according to an Axios report. Together, they saved more than $ 840 million from law enforcement agencies.

In Atlanta, in a story we want to read, a city council member (a genius called Antonio Brown) who voted to strip police of $ 73 million had his car stolen by children during the day. Those who were not detained by the police were cut off. It must have been COVID that caused it. Meanwhile, at least 25 cities have withdrawn police from public schools, how does that work? You know the answer. At college, activists want the same thing: the complete abolition of police. When they said they were going to fund the police, they said it seriously.

At the University of Chicago, dozens of students flocked to the university president’s home. One of them, especially a young woman called Madeline Wright, shouted with a megaphone. Quote: “We will fight to abolish this (expexpexp overwhelming) system rather than reform it.” A school professor joined her. One of them, Demon Jones, led a seminar on the issue of “excessive crackdown” around a university called Hyde Park, Obama’s hometown. He wrote dozens of posts on Twitter last summer, and they are racist as police at the University of Chicago stop more African Americans than whites in areas where blacks are predominant. I explained that he was a person.

Interestingly, Damon Jones hasn’t said anything about police on Twitter since January. At that time, Yiran Fan, who received his 30-year-old PhD, said: A student at the University of Chicago was killed alongside two others in a serial murder on the South Side of Chicago. At that point, fools like Damon Jones may have realized that there was a reason for the University of Chicago to have the largest private police force outside the Vatican. why? The area around the school is a very dangerous place. It’s not the police’s fault, it’s the police. That could be true of the city of Chicago, which is now a dangerous place and is becoming a dangerous place day by day. Why did that happen? This happened because people with political agendas hijacked law enforcement agencies. BLM activists declared looting in Chicago, and theft was a form of compensation.

BLM ACTIVIST ARIEL ATKINS, August 2020: They’re upset when people start looting … People in this city are suffering from a pandemic, so it’s okay for someone to decide to sack Gucci, Macy’s, or Nike. eat. It makes sure that the person has clothes. The city obviously doesn’t care about them, so they can make some money. Not only that – it’s compensation.

So you have to steal from Gucci to eat. Stealing is compensation. Now it is insane and only the sick society will listen to such a person. It will soon be rejected in a healthy society. Did one Democratic politician fight back? No. What do you think happened? In San Francisco, Walgreens has closed 17 different stores. why? In many places in San Francisco and California, prosecutors no longer prosecute shoplifters, so people steal whatever they want. There are so many thefts that I can’t afford to leave the store open. They are not closed as a political statement and cannot afford to have their goods stolen. This is not the country you were born in.

KTVU (October 2020 Package): Walgreens, located in Van Essen, San Francisco, will be completely closed. According to customers, this store is known for being easy to shoplift. Woman: I’ve heard that Walgreens is really easy to steal from reporters. According to customers, the shelves are bare and the company doesn’t even bother to restock.

What I want to make clear is not that Americans are more likely to steal, but that they are now allowed to steal. And if you allow something, you can get more. This is the result of a policy aimed at more theft. Designed to push people in front of more murders, rapes and subway cars. Because the person in charge allowed it.

In New York, in particular, several candidates running to replace Bill de Blasio have said that anyone who opposes theft “criminals poverty.” Who has such an opinion? Is it? They are not ordinary people. Needless to say, most of the people who have these views are spoiled and untouchable liberals, and they are the only ones who can have such views. Actress Cynthia Nixon certainly fits the explanation. Nixon recently expressed anger at a nearby CVS trying to prevent thieves from leaving with inventory.

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Quote: “I don’t think the way people solve the problem of desperately stealing basic necessities is to prosecute them.”

I have to wonder what would happen if I appeared at Cynthia Nixon’s house tonight and tried to help myself by quoting the word “basic necessities”. Nixon protests your theft profoundly. Do you understand it as a profound form of social justice, and praise it? Or does she tell the bodyguards to shoot you and thank them a lot when they shoot? It’s not a difficult question. You will die in a few seconds. Cynthia Nixon doesn’t say a word about her crimes. None of them mean the work of what they say about crime. They are just trying to feel like good people in a world that confuses destruction with virtue. These people need help. They should not be close to power. Unfortunately, at this point, they run the Democratic Party, and we are all witnessing the results.

This article is an excerpt from the opening commentary on the May 27, 2021 “Tucker Carlson Tonight” version of Tucker Carlson.

Tucker Carlson: Democrats rethink public security and significantly reduce public security

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