Major U.S. Cities Race To “Re-Fund The Police” As Utter Lawlessness Reigns From Coast To Coast
Michael Snyder (Opinion) - The great liberal experiment of “defunding the police” turned out to be a completely and utter disaster. In major cities all over the United States, hundreds of millions of dollars of funding were stripped away from police departments in 2020, and many on the left were hailing this is a huge step in the right direction. Of course it was actually a huge step in the wrong direction. Crime rates soared throughout the remainder of 2020, and they have gone even higher in 2021. In fact, Fox Business is reporting that the number of homicides in the U.S. is up 24 percent since the month of January…
One year after the movement to “defund” police saw cities slash budgets and cut funding, the U.S. has seen an uptick in crime. Homicides alone are up 24% since January and more than 70% of people in a recent Fox News Poll said they believe crime is on the rise nationally. As a result, the pendulum may be swinging back in favor of the police.
The good news is that many of the large cities that initially reduced funding for the police are now reversing course. Shockingly, this includes some of the most liberal cities in the entire country…
Cities like New York City, Oakland, Baltimore, Minneapolis and Los Angeles are planning to reinstate tens of millions for the construction of new police precincts, increase police department budgets, among other plans to bankroll more efforts to confront the uptick in crime.
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