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Yeah. Hello, everybody. Hope everyone's having a great week. Great day, great month, I think next month will be even better as our communist politicians begin to release some of these COVID restrictions that they're still hanging on by a thread. And hopefully our kids can go back to school without looking like they're scrubbing in for surgery. Today, I want to go over a couple years after we saw major calls to defund the police a spin off, if you will, of Black Lives Matter moved away from chanting No justice, no peace and began talking about defunding the police. It wasn't exactly tied to Black Lives Matter. But it was sort of a result of Black Lives Matter if you look them up. Now BLM has a different website, different branding logo, then what the defund the police organization has on on their website and online presence. So they're going to separate but equal nonetheless, it was a huge movement. They engaged hundreds of 1000s of people around the country for this big call to defund the police when they began to use the phrase, it immediately shoots red flags up to everyday people, because defunding the police tells you a whole lot of nothing. During this process, they started rolling out deeper explanations of what defund the police looks like what it means. And to be honest, it got even crazier when they started this movement. At the time, I couldn't believe how much of the media and politicians and local governments came out and supported the movement just from a mere voter perspective. Again, if someone just hears in passing defund the police, they automatically assume that it's something bad and they're right, it is terrible. But for politicians to come out and support, it was really concerning, because it has so many implications around crime, race, role of policing, how departments should run all of these things that no one should really be involved in, including these politicians other than the local governments that manage along with the people that live in those communities. But oh, no, everybody had to jump on the wave became the liberal trend of the week and really took people by storm. It was a massive deal. It got popularized in a very big way, people from all over thought it would be a good idea to take funding away from local police departments and redistribute those funds into other programs of this movements. Choosing nothing was clear, correct. Nothing was based in any sort of substance. I understood why they were saying it. But I also thought that it was very dangerous. Put that out there simply because the police are a huge force. And the last thing that you want to do is get in a battle with them. Your best bet would be to work together. But that didn't happen. But we also have to remember that defund the police has been around forever. The first popularized use of it was in the 1960s by an activist named Angela Davis and her call to action was actually abolish the police on America without police. And so defund and abolish are one in the same and you will see that on any of the defund the police material. The only reason why defund the police got as popular as it is versus in some of the other times, like the 60s 70s 80s is just because the digital era they they're able to spread the information as fast as possible to as many people as possible where they didn't have that luxury before when they were trying to do this. It was just a word of mouth sort of thing. In that time, the slogan actually meant wanting a country without police departments now defund the police has really backed up and said things like encourage community policing and shifting budgets to things that are more helpful. They're not talking about abolishing police, according to them when the initial movement is founded on completely removing police and having a country with no cops back then LBJ is another moron on the ash heap of history along with Jimmy Carter and soon to be Biden enacted this war on crime that we've heard about forever, and he pushed heavily for more police to prevent and punish crime. It all sounded good in a state of the union or a press conference. But what history shows us is that on an individual community level, it was rolled out very sloppily. And communities didn't quite understand. We have to understand that police presence in especially in the black communities during that time during the war on crime, if you will, that police presence in those neighborhoods shot from zero to 100. There was really not a lot of policing in those black communities. Some people say it was due to systemic racism and they didn't want to go and be a part of the black community and the others claim that police avoided those areas because they had they came with a higher risk. of danger either way, you have the civil rights movement going on down in the south and racial tension throughout the country. And then you lay this down, which has, I would say a negative impact on the perception of police in the inner cities. It just didn't help when defund the police happened here. People thought it was a new movement, which is okay looking at it with fresh eyes, but very similar to then the tents, racial struggles, were so apparent here that it was a perfect opportunity to just start using that chant, if you will. And a lot of politicians went on record and said they don't support defund the police, President Biden, he absolutely did not support defunding the police. But then in individual times, and on a debate stage, he said that he does support police reform, which is just smoke and mirrors for defunding the police. Obama did when he was in office for eight years. He created all of this reform that didn't make national news because he was doing it through the back door. Biden on the campaign trail came out of his basement and continued to tell people for months and months and months, he did not support defund the police. But he'd supported massive reform, which included everything that just happened to be what defund the police was asking for minus a budget slash. So Biden then got up on the debate stage with Trump and Chris Wallace. I don't know if y'all remember this. He basically said, although he totally opposed defunding police officers. He liked the idea of pairing psychologist or psychiatrist with officers to keep them from having to use force. He was responding basically to a question from Chris Wallace, who said the Bernie and Biden Task Force on reimagining policing, what does that mean? What does reimagining policing mean? And do you support the Black Lives Matter call for community control of policing? Well, first of all, let me say Chris Wallace completely lost my respect. I think he's a hack of a journalist and a terrible moderator. I mean, he's so biased, he can't even say defund the police, the BLM call for community policing. First of all, they might coexists. But they're separate movement. I mean, you may think that I'm being technical here, but really, they're separate movements. And in a political debate, you have to get it right. No matter how lovely community policing sounds. That's not the topic up for debate. It's defund the police. Basically, what he should have said is do you believe in the defund the police movement, yet he chose, like everyone else does to the roll Biden a softball and make it easy for the big guy to lay down a very easy response. However, like always, even when he's being his most calm and collected, self coached on answers through his earpiece, he still shows his true colors.
I do want to talk about this issue of law and order, though. And in the joint recommendation that came from the Biden Bernie Sanders Task Force. You talked about, quote, reimagining policing. First of all, what does reimagining policing mean? And do you support it means I let me if I might finish the question, what does reimagining policing mean? And do you support the Black Lives Matter? Call for for community control of policing.
Look, what I support is the police having the opportunity to deal with the problems they face. And I'm not totally opposed to defunding the police officers. As a matter of fact, police local police, the only one to funding in his budget calls for a $400 million cut and local law enforcement assistance. They need more assistance they need when they show up for a 911 call to have someone with them as a psychologist or psychiatrist to keep them from having to use force and be able to talk people down. We have to have community policing like we had before where the officers get to know the people in the communities. That's when crime went down. It didn't go up it went down.
So let's break this down. First, you all hear Chris say the Biden Sanders Taskforce. And I'm like, hold the phone. You should all have been and still to this day be sincerely worried because I thought Biden was a middle of the road Clinton Democrat. So how did a self proclaimed socialist like Bernie Sanders end up on your election Task Force for criminal and police reform? He hates the police. He hates America. It's so obvious. And he openly stands with defunding police departments. He's on the task force on reimagining policing. It should tell you right there where Biden really stands and why box Matt Newsmax did not highlight his campaign committees with the most radical politicians in American history is sort of odd to me. Like you heard Biden goes on to say, look, what I support are the police having the opportunity to deal with the problems they face and I'm totally opposed to defunding the police. All right, not bad. He opposes defunding the police but again, he doesn't use the slogan and he doesn't denounce the open cries for total police Abolishment at all he goes on to say they need more assistance they need when they show up for a 911 call to have someone with them like a psychiatrist or a psychologist to keep them from having to use force and be able to talk people down. I mean, is this a joke? How is he saying this a psychologist right along with a cop? This is how he wants to handle law and order in this country with anarchists burning down government buildings, cities literally having no go zones filled with anarchists who make and throw Mazel Tov cocktails private businesses are being destroyed yet you want to send a psychologist with a cop? That's your idea of police reform. You have to be kidding me. I mean, how does that even go down? I'm thinking to myself, Okay, so cop arrives at a domestic violence call and all of a sudden a guy runs out the door holding a gun. The officer draws his or her weapon and the criminal looks like he may shoot. Thankfully Dr. Phil shows up he's there to counsel the two parties so force doesn't have to be used. So he walks up now Are y'all Okay? Let's try and work this out. Okay, criminal, you're just ruin in your