Most agencies are pulling out citing Milwaukee’s new ban on the use of tear gas and pepper spray by police
More than 100 police agencies are now backing out of agreements to send officers to next Month’s Democratic National Convention, in Milwaukee. Among the given reasons is that officers are concerned about a recent order by local authorities halting the use tear gas to control unruly crowds.
Last week, the Milwaukee police chief was order to justify his department’s usage of tear gas during protests in late May and early June spurred by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. A citizen oversight commission has now ordered the Milwaukee police department to ban the use of tear gas and pepper spray. Police Chief Alfonso Morales reportedly could lose his position, should he fail to meet that requirement.
Since the order went into effect, Morales says that more than 100 law enforcement agencies from in-state and across the country have opted against coming to Milwaukee for the convention. The initial plan for the convention included having 1,000 officers on hand to assist with security measures. Morales now says the city is considering asking for assistance from the federal government and/or mobilizing the National Guard.
In my opinion it just shows how out of touch democrats are to ask police for safety when they are actively trying to defund and are constantly blaming police at every turn. In my mind this is more reap what you sow than anything else. Why is it only the ruling class gets protection in this country? Democrats want your money, guns, religion and your soul to bow down to their version of little (god) government. They always know best, as long as it hinders your freedom. Tyranny vs Freedom in 2020 election. Watch and learn what the future will hold. You are seeing it play out before your eyes.
Another example of religious oppression in communist China
The communist Chinese government is ordering some Christians to take down religious symbols, including crosses, crucifixes, and images of Jesus Christ, and to replace them with communist leaders, according to a new report.
The startling report of religious oppression was reported in Bitter Winter, a religious liberty magazine.
“All impoverished households in the town were told to display Mao Zedong images,” said a local pastor to Bitter Winter.
“The government is trying to eliminate our belief and wants to become God instead of Jesus,” he added.
The order was made in April when communist party officials visited believers’ homes in the city of Linfen, located in the northern province
Freedom is not free. Freedom always cost people something. We may not have to fight a war physically or put on battle gear to keep or sustain our freedom. I believe the real battle that we find in America is simply a battle of ideas. You see today we are in a philosophical Civil War. The future will be determined by our response to our present situation. We must somehow stand firm on the ideas and the principles that this nation was founded on and we must learn to educate others to the greatness and the sovereignty of this great nation. We are a most unusual country in this world, we are the first on the scene of every tragedy, disaster, and war. Our goal is never to take an inch of soil but only to proclaim and procure freedom and justice for the oppressed. We are a beacon of light in a dark world. Long live the United States of America. May God bless this nation.
We’re in the dawn of a high-tech, bloodless cultural revolution, one that relies on intimidation, public shaming, and economic ruin to dictate what words and ideas are permissible in the public square.
“Words are violence” has always been an illiberal notion meant to stifle speech and open discourse. Popularized by a generation of coddled and brittle college students, it now guides policy on editorial pages at newspapers such as The Philadelphia Inquirer, The New York Times, and most major news outlets.
The Times can claim that a harsh tone and a small factual error in Sen. Tom Cotton’s recent op-ed was the reason the entire paper had a meltdown, but the staffers who revolted initially claimed that Cotton’s argument for bringing the National Guard into cities put black lives in “danger.”
None of the Times’ editors, all of whom are apparently comfortable with running fabulist histories or odes to communist tyrannies, pushed back against the caustic notion that engaging in debate was an act of violence. They bowed to the internal mob and pleaded for forgiveness. Taken in part from a Commentary by David Harsanyi—The Daily Signal
We need to fight! It is not time to compromise our value’s or our ethics, Never give up and fight till we gain victory. This battle to save our republic is not for the faint of heart, but for the strong. We must know our rights and stand for them. We who believe in the greatness of American and goodness of our Constitution need to never bow the knee to the radical democratic socialist or the neo con RINO.
What the democratic debates have shown me is that they are enemies of the state, and must be destroyed politically. They hate our country. Hate to say it but they do.