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Posted By: Garnet, 1/10/2022 4:51:19 PM

Today, on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, we honor the courageous men and women who proudly serve our communities and keep our families safe. Every day, they put their lives on the line to protect us, despite the rhetoric and policies of anti-police Democrats. We must stand up against the radical "defund police" movement and show our law enforcement heroes that we have their backs. We must reject the efforts of the Democrat politicians and liberal city councils who are defunding their police departments and refusing to prosecute violent criminals. As violent crime surges across the country, most notably in Democrat-run cities, it is disturbing that liberal and progressive

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Starboard_side 1/10/2022 5:39:44 PM (No. 1034317)
Not one major political figure on the democrat side stood up against the defund the police movement, so don't let them somehow fool people into believing they've had a change of heart. Didn't matter if they were moderate or conservative leaning either, they went along with their extreme liberal/progressive base.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: chumley 1/10/2022 6:11:49 PM (No. 1034350)
I think they should keep it up. That way, when the lynch mobs have finally had enough, nobody will lift a finger to stop them. Only when DC and communities across the country have politicians and their families swinging from trees will this tyranny end.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 1/10/2022 6:47:28 PM (No. 1034378)
Ruh roh. The dims just realized they screwed up again. If no police, no one to control us under the NWO.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Clinger 1/10/2022 7:25:08 PM (No. 1034412)
Some how acknowledging such deadly political tactic failed and simply moving on from it doesn't quite work for me.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: MindMadeUp 1/10/2022 7:26:50 PM (No. 1034415)
Democrat/Marxists will end the assault on police once the police force is totally in their power. Then, police will be heavily funded and used to enforce the dictates of a police state. See Australia.
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