Philadelphia mayor needs to be arrested Immediately

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you have a obligation to keep your citizens and police officer safe. You have resources available to keep these fucking monkeys and fucking order..
use the dogs use fire hoses use batons! You have the obligation to keep the citizens safe your police officer safe! ENOUGH OF THE RACE PANDERING YOU POS!

I hope all the cops walk off the job. F Democrats
 

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Let's be fair to His Honor.

He is just an old-fashioned liberal who thinks that money will solve all the problems of his city.

He cannot bring himself to acknowledge that the quality of many residents is the main cause of the city's problems.

The situation in Philadelphia and many other such cities is intractable.
 

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Lucky me----a few weeks ago I got to VISIT ---
DELAWARE for the first time in my little life.
I went to WILMINGTON-----the product of
Biden. IT IS A SHIT-HOLE OF VIOLENCE---
surrounding lovely old architecture. We stopped
for directions-----a friendly black guy was HORRIFED that we were on the way to WILMINGTON---which
he described as DANGEROUS----the very kind man
escorted us. A BIDEN PREVIEW
 
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Let's be fair to His Honor.

He is just an old-fashioned liberal who thinks that money will solve all the problems of his city.

He cannot bring himself to acknowledge that the quality of many residents is the main cause of the city's problems.

The situation in Philadelphia and many other such cities is intractable.
No this is the Philadelphia mayor that celebrated them becoming a sanctuary city. This man hates white people this man hates the police this man is putting peoples lives in danger and needs to be taken out immediately by the FBI and put in jail
 

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I thought it was interesting that the liberal networks didn't provide wall-to-wall coverage of the Liberal Riots in Philadelphia last night.

I guess they figure its bad news for Sleepy Joe's prospect in PA or across the nation.
 

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you have a obligation to keep your citizens and police officer safe. You have resources available to keep these fucking monkeys and fucking order..
use the dogs use fire hoses use batons! You have the obligation to keep the citizens safe your police officer safe! ENOUGH OF THE RACE PANDERING YOU POS!

I hope all the cops walk off the job. F Democrats
This is an EXCELLENT example of what a vibrant & dynamic socialist government can do for a city! No wonder Philly is called "The city of muthaly love"!
 

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sheeesh----long ago I worked in Philadelphia---for a few years------JUST HOW BAD HAS IT GOTTEN? I was in-----uhm the center of the city---not the south which I was told was "dangerous" ??? I had no problems-----but found the citizens to be a bit weird-----constantly 'suspicious' (???)
 

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When you have a “culture” that glorifies and embraces stupidity, violence, cries about being the victim at times, and takes zero personal responisibility, and you combine that with politicians that pander to this mentality for political points, this is the result.

the dindu nuffins of society have been given a green light to flip out at any time, because they are told they are the poor oppressed victim and that their acting out is justified.

Its not going to get better.
 

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sheeesh----long ago I worked in Philadelphia---for a few years------JUST HOW BAD HAS IT GOTTEN? I was in-----uhm the center of the city---not the south which I was told was "dangerous" ??? I had no problems-----but found the citizens to be a bit weird-----constantly 'suspicious' (???)
 

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you have a obligation to keep your citizens and police officer safe. You have resources available to keep these fucking monkeys and fucking order..
use the dogs use fire hoses use batons! You have the obligation to keep the citizens safe your police officer safe! ENOUGH OF THE RACE PANDERING YOU POS!

I hope all the cops walk off the job. F Democrats
This is an EXCELLENT example of what a vibrant & dynamic socialist government can do for a city! No wonder Philly is called "The city of muthaly love"!
It be “da city of bruverly lub, yo”.
Crime and violence increase proportionately with the increase of blacks in the population.
 
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These poor cops that will have to stand there and take objects being thrown at them and businesses being burned down .. screw the constitution this is a war zone. Trump send in a new federal agency! Called deport back to Africa!
 

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These poor cops that will have to stand there and take objects being thrown at them and businesses being burned down .. screw the constitution this is a war zone. Trump send in a new federal agency! Called deport back to Africa!
Why would they want to go? Africa won’t feed them welfare benefits so they can sit around all day smoking weed, drinking 40’s, having taxes pay for their food/housing/medical/sail foams/etc.
They got it made here. Wake up when your tired of sleeping. Smoke weed. Chill. Try and buss you some hoes. Steal some shit. Eat. Buss more hoes. Dodge your baby momma. Steal some more. Smoke more weed. Go to sleep.
 

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Just a year ago, I took a Megabus to Philly because I am a history buff and wanted to see the Museum of the American Revolution, among other similar things. I had a thoroughly enjoyable four days, all on foot. Toured many museums, city hall, a couple of historical and interesting churches, and walked out to Eastern Penitentiary for an afternoon of perverse fun. I took a three hour walking tour of the historic area that was among the best I've ever experienced (maybe because of the tour guide himself).

I found many cool places to eat, at reasonable cost...was told on a few occasions that in Philadelphia you do NOT order a "Philly Steak & Cheese," it's just a "steak & cheese."

I saw no evidence of street crime whatsoever. Everyone was reasonably friendly, everything was relatively clean and orderly. I saw the occasional weirdo walking down the street, but Philly is a big city, eh? At no time did I feel threatened.

Has it changed so much in one year?
 
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Just a year ago, I took a Megabus to Philly because I am a history buff and wanted to see the Museum of the American Revolution, among other similar things. I had a thoroughly enjoyable four days, all on foot. Toured many museums, city hall, a couple of historical and interesting churches, and walked out to Eastern Penitentiary for an afternoon of perverse fun. I took a three hour walking tour of the historic area that was among the best I've ever experienced (maybe because of the tour guide himself).

I found many cool places to eat, at reasonable cost...was told on a few occasions that in Philadelphia you do NOT order a "Philly Steak & Cheese," it's just a "steak & cheese."

I saw no evidence of street crime whatsoever. Everyone was reasonably friendly, everything was relatively clean and orderly. I saw the occasional weirdo walking down the street, but Philly is a big city, eh? At no time did I feel threatened.

Has it changed so much in one year?
Yes Sanctuary cities destroyed black communities they take jobs away in lower wages they destroy public education which leads to oppression for black Americans
 

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Just a year ago, I took a Megabus to Philly because I am a history buff and wanted to see the Museum of the American Revolution, among other similar things. I had a thoroughly enjoyable four days, all on foot. Toured many museums, city hall, a couple of historical and interesting churches, and walked out to Eastern Penitentiary for an afternoon of perverse fun. I took a three hour walking tour of the historic area that was among the best I've ever experienced (maybe because of the tour guide himself).

I found many cool places to eat, at reasonable cost...was told on a few occasions that in Philadelphia you do NOT order a "Philly Steak & Cheese," it's just a "steak & cheese."

I saw no evidence of street crime whatsoever. Everyone was reasonably friendly, everything was relatively clean and orderly. I saw the occasional weirdo walking down the street, but Philly is a big city, eh? At no time did I feel threatened.

Has it changed so much in one year?
The area of disorder is South Philly. ----until recently. The sandwich is NOT "steak and cheese"-----SHEEEEESH ---say HOAGIE
 

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Just a year ago, I took a Megabus to Philly because I am a history buff and wanted to see the Museum of the American Revolution, among other similar things. I had a thoroughly enjoyable four days, all on foot. Toured many museums, city hall, a couple of historical and interesting churches, and walked out to Eastern Penitentiary for an afternoon of perverse fun. I took a three hour walking tour of the historic area that was among the best I've ever experienced (maybe because of the tour guide himself).

I found many cool places to eat, at reasonable cost...was told on a few occasions that in Philadelphia you do NOT order a "Philly Steak & Cheese," it's just a "steak & cheese."

I saw no evidence of street crime whatsoever. Everyone was reasonably friendly, everything was relatively clean and orderly. I saw the occasional weirdo walking down the street, but Philly is a big city, eh? At no time did I feel threatened.

Has it changed so much in one year?
I've been in and out of Philly for years working and can say without a doubt that it is one of the most dangerous cities in the nation.

Tour guides know this. They keep you away from the bad spots. Which, most often, are just around the corner from the tour path.

Philly has the second highest homicide rate of the nation's largest cities as of last month.

Relevant reading...


Additionally, blacks make up over 40% of the city's demographic, and continues to increase yearly...
 
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The area of disorder is South Philly. ----until recently. The sandwich is NOT "steak and cheese"-----SHEEEEESH ---say HOAGIE
I always liked to stop at Tony Luke's or Geno's for lunch whenever I was in Philly.

Then there was a little spot right there as you first got off I-95 onto Broad Street, near the stadium, beside the overpass, forget what the name of that place was. It was kind of small, but always busy.
 

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