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- Aug 25, 2009
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Crime by blobbers.How is that relevant?Virtually all the crime is being committed by left wingers. How exactly is this Trumps fault?Maybe in all major cities where poverty is rampant, and Trump's divisive behavior has certainly encouraged an increase in crime, no doubt. Your opinion is well taken, but read before you make it the rule.The reality is that Trump is responsible for the increasing violence in our country.Meanwhile back in reality, the fact is that we have far more murders than any other developed nation....and the GOP is just fine with it. Nobody really can articulate why.Democrats are the ones who are doing the vast majority of the murdering. The black portion of your party is responsible for more than half of all murders. That doesnt even include the white collection of violent weirdos that your party is responsible for. I half to imagine that 80% of all murders are left wingers.Yes. Of any developed nation, we have far more homicides than anyone else because we have more guns than anyone else. And republicans are fine with that.The thread premise is a lie.Crime over the last year has gone up. Why? The democrat party.
No, it isn't due to guns.
No, it isn't due to legal gun owners.
The democrat party and its policies....releasing repeat violent offenders over and over again, and their war on police......have created increasing crime across the country....
Last year, the United States tallied more than 20,000 murders — the highest total since 1995 and 4,000 more than in 2019. Preliminary FBI data for 2020 points to a 25% surge in murders — the largest single year increase since the agency began publishing uniform data in 1960.
Policing is to blame, or rather the lack of it.
In the wake of the May and June unrest, public officials’ decisions and growing hostility toward policing left law enforcement demoralized, debilitated and, in some cases, defunded. Even the most dedicated officers who now face a greater risk of being sued, fired or prosecuted for doing their job feel pressure to pull back.
The message from a new wave of progressive prosecutors is clear: making arrests for drug and weapons crimes that will go unprosecuted exposes officers to the risk of disciplinary action, lawsuits and criminal prosecution. To mitigate that risk, police take a more passive approach.
Data shows a precipitous decline in law enforcement activity from last June through this February. We found that across the 10 major cities we studied, deadly violence rose as engaged policing fell. Cities that cut (or threaten to) police budgets often saw the largest drops in active policing and the increases in homicide.
Even the most dedicated officers who now face a greater risk of being sued, fired or prosecuted for doing their job feel pressure to pull back.www.usatoday.com
What are the stats?
After the George Floyd protests started in New York City, the New York Police Department logged 45,000 fewer arrests from June to December — a 38% decline while the Big Apple added more than 100 additional homicides (a 58% increase).
From June through the end of this February, Chicago’s police made 31,000 fewer arrests — a 53% decline as murders rose 65%. In Louisville, where massive unrest included the shooting of two police officers during a protest, homicides jumped 87% as the police made 35% fewer vehicle stops since June while arrests plummeted 42% during summer months compared with 2019.
Already bloody St. Louis hit a 50-year homicide high, a rate of 87 per 100,000 residents — a rate three times higher than Mexico and Central America. As Milwaukee announced slashing 120 officers from its police force, the city saw a 98% increase in killings
In 2015, when an ACLU lawsuit reduced Chicago police’s ability to make stops and searches, Windy City killings jumped 58% as street stops fell 82% in 2016, according to University of Utah research.
Similarly, Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby’s 2015 weak case against the cops in the Freddie Gray incident (all charges were later dropped or ended in acquittal), and her hostility toward the cases police sent to her office, demoralized officers and deterred proactive policing.
I just articulated why....you idiot. The democrat party releases known, repeat, violent gun offenders over and over again...it is these criminals who create our gun crime in democrat party controlled cities...
Then, the democrat party war against the police keeps the police in their squad cars, responding to only the most extreme calls, rather than breaking up criminals before they murder people.....
You don't care about the truth, you just want to ban guns by taking them away from people who don't commit any crime...
That is why you are a moron.
No one commits a crime, until they do.
Actually, this is not accurate, and it is intended to lie about murder and who commits murder....
The Criminology of Firearms
In 2004, the National Academy of Sciences reviewed 253 journal articles, 99 books, 43 government publications and some empirical research of its own about guns. The Academy could not identify any gun restriction that had reduced violent crime, suicide or gun accidents.
Why don't gun bans work? Because they rely on voluntary compliance by gun-using criminals. Prohibitionists never see this absurdity because they deceive themselves into thinking that, as Katherine Christoffel has said: "[M]ost shootings are not committed by felons or mentally ill people, but are acts of passion that are committed using a handgun that is owned for home protection."
Christoffel, et al., are utterly wrong. The whole corpus of criminological research dating back to the 1890'sshows murderers "almost uniformly have a long history of involvement in criminal behavior," and that "[v]irtually all" murderers and other gun criminals have prior felony records — generally long ones.
While only 15 percent of Americans have criminal records, roughly 90 percent of adult murderers have prior adult records — exclusive of their often extensive juvenile records — with crime careers of six or more adult years including four major felonies.
Gerald D. Robin, writing for the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences,notes that, unlike ordinary gun owners, "the average murderer turns out to be no less hardened a criminal than the average robber or burglar."
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The Democrat party and their catch and release policies for violent criminals, and their war on police is creating gun crime, sex crimes, and all the other crimes you see exploding in democrat party controlled cities...
Meanwhile back in reality, the FBI has charged 300+ blob supporters with crimes in one place on one day--the US Capitol.