10 July 15

The Future of Policing in the USA?

American police have, since I can remember, taken great pride in providing immediate help to people who really needed them.

We call it “proactive policing.” We respond quickly to calls for help. We aggressively patrol and make arrests, getting VCAs, drunk drivers, and child-molesters locked-up where they can’t hurt anyone. We lock bad people up, so good and decent people can live in peace and safety.

Eventually, we parade them before a judge.

That entire philosophy is now changing!

Liberal, big-city mayors are now prosecuting police who do their job. Ever anxious to impress their criminal voting-base, they make their own police department a target for scorn and persecution, criticizing everything they do, firing good officers and threatening the rest.

Most officers still on the job have now figured it out.

The answer is simple: Stop trying to help people. Do nothing!

Confine yourself to report-taking, but don’t inconvenience criminals, whatever you do!

What we’re going to see happen nationwide, as it is in places like Baltimore and NYC right now, is that police are no longer going to respond to calls with any sense of urgency, nor are they going to aggressively patrol.

You can call the police if you want, but they will not arrive until after the event is long-over, maybe not until the next day. They will be “armed” only with a notebook and a mop!

They’ll casually take a report and mop-up the blood, then leave.

In cities where this is becoming the norm, murder rates and violent crime in general are off the chart and still going up, to the surprise of no one!

This is exactly what many liberals thought they wanted! Now, they’re getting a chance to test the theory.

No fair buying a gun! Not after assuring the rest of us all these years that guns are useless, barbaric, and “ishy!”

“An ounce of performance is worth pounds of promises.”

Mae West