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BLM Politician Who Voted To Defund Police Carjacked by CHILDREN, Democrats PANIC And REFUND Police


[youtube-feed-single]BLM Politician Who Voted To Defund Police Carjacked by CHILDREN, Democrats PANIC And REFUND Police. Democrats in many major cities are proposing giving police more money after defunding police backfired.

Crime has skyrocketed and this politician is still blaming the system for children stealing his car.

So long as Democrats don’t recognize their failed policies they will keep pandering on emotion and making things worse.

#BLMRiots
#DefundThePolice
#Democrats

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One response to “BLM Politician Who Voted To Defund Police Carjacked by CHILDREN, Democrats PANIC And REFUND Police”

  1. Patriotic50 says:

    Here is an article from 2019 about policing in Baltimore.
    https://www.propublica.org/article/the-tragedy-of-baltimore

    I think these two passages quoted below are pertinent to this Timcast video. How they don’t see carjacking as a law enforcement problem and that the perpetrators of crimes are victims.

    Mayor “Pugh grew agitated. The carjackings weren’t a law-enforcement problem, she said; they were a problem of footloose youth.”

    and


    This was not so different from what I heard from Barksdale (who would learn in early March that he wasn’t getting the City Hall job), but she insisted the answer was not a return to tougher tactics. “Tony and I aren’t going to agree,” she told me. “I’m always going to be looking at what’s throwing the children in the street: What’s happening upstream to get them there?” That applied even to the person who shot her stepson, she said. “What happened to him or her that made this OK for them?” she said. “I believe they’re victims, too. I really do.”