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By Pete Moore On September 16th, 2020

Three months ago the Minneapolis city council vowed to defund the police, voted to abolish it and start again with a touchy-feely “holistic, public health-oriented approach”.

Now they’re complaining that violent crime is rocketing and that the police aren’t arresting enough people.

Well duh.

Who would vote to put chumps like this into government?


  1. But for much of the two-hour meeting, council members told police Chief Medaria Arradondo […]

    Just months after leading an effort that would have defunded the police department, City Council members at Tuesday’s work session pushed chief Medaria Arradondo to tell them how the department is responding to the violence

    You mean they didn’t actually defund the police and are holding them accountable by asking the reasons for and their response to the rise in crime?

    Perfidious Pete at it again.

  2. Paul –

    Don’t be dopey all the time. Look at my first link. The city council voted to defund and abolish the city police. Is it too much to click a link?

    Minneapolis Council Moves To Defund Police, Establish ‘Holistic’ Public Safety Force

    The Minneapolis City Council on Friday unanimously approved a proposal to eliminate the city’s police department, marking the first step toward establishing a new “holistic” approach to public safety …

    Under the proposed plan, the city would eliminate the existing police department and replace it with “a department of community safety and violence prevention, which will have responsibility for public safety services prioritizing a holistic, public health-oriented approach.”

    Instead of resorting to your silly Frenchisms, if you click and read you will see that I am always right. These bums are now saying that the city they govern is so violent that they want “Moar Police!”.

    You would have to be as thick as mud to vote for that type in anything.

  3. I’d say you need to review what ‘approved a proposal’ means, Pete.

    To paraphrase the great Iñigo Mantoya.

    I do not think that word means what you think it means

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