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US cities that defunded their police are continuing to experience historic crime waves


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by Patrick   $0.40 total tips   💰tip   follow   2021 May 26, 9:08am  

https://notthebee.com/article/us-cities-that-defunded-their-police-are-now-experiencing-historic-crime-waves?source=patrick.net

U.S. cities that virtue signaled by defunding their police departments are seeing record crime levels, forcing many city leaders to rethink their basic levels of intelligence.

Here's what has happened in a few cities that voted to slash police budgets:

Homicide grew by 44% in New York, which had 1,531 shootings and 462 murders in 2020.
Homicides also increased 36% in L.A. to 350, leading the police chief to say "a decade of progress" has been erased.
Minneapolis, the center of the "Defund the Police" movement, saw a 46% increase in murders.
Oakland, California has seen a staggering 314% increase in homicides.
Portland, Oregon has seen murders triple.
Austin, Texas has had a 26% increase in aggravated assault reports.
Chicago saw a 65% increase in homicides from June 2020 to February 2021, despite arrests dropping 53%.
Philadelphia hit a 30-year-high with homicides in 2020, with 499 people murdered.
Even smaller cities like Louisville, Kentucky had a record high of 173 murders and is on track to surpass that this year.
The New York Times reported that many such cities are now expanding their police budgets to try to deal with these outcomes that absolutely no one could have seen coming.


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96   AmericanKulak   2022 Feb 2, 12:55pm  

Patrick says
Balloonhead Jen Psaki Makes Fun Of Conservatives Worried About Soft-On-Crime Policies: "What Does That Even Mean?"


I saw that. Should be a campaign commercial.
100   Patrick   2022 Feb 8, 4:50pm  

https://nitter.net/jasonrantz/status/1490921793044901890?ref_src=patrick.net&source=patrick.net


Jason Rantz on KTTH Radio
@jasonrantz
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Wantez Tulloss, a prolific offender, is accused of hitting this random woman in the head with a bat. He takes a full swing. She's now suffering skull fractures that require significant surgery. He got a slice of pizza after the attack.

This is what Seattle has become.



101   Patrick   2022 Feb 20, 10:04am  

https://spectatorworld.com/topic/government-very-online-fringe-tucker-carlson/?source=patrick.net


Earlier this month, he played a clip of Jen Psaki laughing at the “alternate universe” Fox News creates for its viewers.

“Jeanine Pirro [is] talking about ‘soft on crime consequences.’ I mean, what does that even mean, right?” Psaki said.

Tucker’s sarcasm was merciless:

“You’d have to be delusional to think crime was a problem in this country, unless you happened to be in Georgetown last night around 6:45 p.m. If you were there, you may have seen a man shot to death outside Georgetown Cupcake… not too far from where Jen Psaki lives. But did Jen Psaki acknowledge that happened? Of course she didn’t. Noticing the collapse of your civilization is racist.”
103   Patrick   2022 Apr 30, 9:22am  

https://spectatorworld.com/topic/how-defund-the-police-hurt-the-black-community/?source=patrick.net


How ‘defund the police’ hurt the black community
Media narratives may have done more damage than the police themselves

April 27, 2022
105   clambo   2022 May 27, 12:31pm  

Imagine that.
107   Misc   2022 Jun 7, 9:47am  

Crime could be increasing because criminals just aren't that worried about cops that bend the knee to the BLM or are scared of doing their duty to protect kids from an active shooter or in an area near where I am; scared of getting wet.

https://news.yahoo.com/tempe-police-union-says-cops-145251061.html

What do we have soy police.

Also, do the BART police do anything more than harass people with sandwiches?
114   Patrick   2022 Jun 30, 11:09am  

https://summit.news/2022/06/30/nearly-half-of-u-s-murders-now-going-unsolved/


CRIMENearly Half of U.S. Murders Now Going Unsolved
Anti-police BLM protests partly to blame.

Published 1 min ago on 30 June, 2022
Paul Joseph Watson
115   Patrick   2022 Jul 1, 1:29pm  

https://nitter.net/libsoftiktok/status/1542746999245549568#m


A group of over a dozen thieves rob a Nordstrom store in Los Angeles


Has video.
117   Patrick   2022 Jul 31, 4:09pm  

https://nitter.pussthecat.org/Not_the_Bee/status/1553032236760535041


16th & 17th District Chicago Police Scanner
@CPD1617Scanner
Jul 29
Thugs laugh at you.

They laugh in your face.

They run this city and they know it.

They are unstoppable and they know it.


118   Patrick   2022 Aug 9, 10:06am  

https://nitter.pussthecat.org/MrAndyNgo/status/1555278557890285569#m


Andy Ngô 🏳️‍🌈
@MrAndyNgo
Aug 4
Extremely graphic content warning.

Portland reporter @GenevieveReaume has obtained shocking video footage of a Portland woman who was shot in the face while driving. Survivor Katie Guzenko has been speaking out about the city’s surge in shootings.
119   Patrick   2022 Aug 9, 1:33pm  

https://notthebee.com/article/10-career-criminals-have-been-arrested-nearly-500-times-since-new-york-started-its-catch-and-release-bail-reform


New York's bail reform laws went into effect in 2020, and the law currently eliminates bail for most misdemeanors and nonviolent felonies, meaning that most criminals arrested for these crimes are freed without restrictions, usually within a few hours of their arrest.

Not surprisingly, this has led to wild rates of recidivism, as criminals play the justice system and rack up arrest over arrest. According to the NYPD, some of the worst statistics involve 10 criminals who together have racked up 485 arrests.
120   Ceffer   2022 Aug 9, 1:53pm  

Patrick says

Not surprisingly, this has led to wild rates of recidivism, as criminals play the justice system and rack up arrest over arrest.

The criminals are being educated that they are now deputized against the people. This is the why of the rise of vigilantism.

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