MRCTV’s Britt Hughes tells it how it is in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
MRCTV’s Britt Hughes tells it how it is in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
This is what happens when concerned citizens who are being threatened learn from the 911 emergency hotline that the police have been asked to stand down and there is nothing they can do. The distressed mother was told to file a complaint with City Hall. Like that is what any rational person would do if the mob were standing on the hood of her car.
So annoyed were other residents of Fredericksburg, Virginia they decided to push back and the police department issued a public apology.
One thing conservatives need to learn is to push back rather than just dismiss left-wing lunacy as something that will pass. We must beat them at their own game.
President Trump posted this FBI produced picture of 15 suspects who have been identified by the US Park Police for vandalizing federal monuments in Lafayette Square in Washington, DC. Was it worth a 10-year prison sentence? A bit late now.
What always surprised us is how many rioters uploaded videos of their own actions to their social media accounts where the evidence has a half-life of infinity, even if they deleted it.
We recall a visit to an Israeli cybersecurity company that hacked hackers for a living. Within two minutes, they had the home address, drivers licence, health records, education background, aliases, which friends they chat with regularly on social media…the lot including the date and the email address used to set up social media accounts.
They’ll all get caught. Good.
Alongside Black Lives Matter (BLM) leaders, the United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) union demanded that the police force in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) be eliminated to stop white supremacy.
The incoming president of UTLA, Cecily Myart-Cruz stated,
“We have to dismantle white supremacy…We must defund the police and bring in the mental health services that our students need.“
The police union unsurprisingly pushed back noting they are there to prevent violence, act as peacemakers in school districts where gangs are prevalent
Two years ago we wrote with respect to security in schools:
A 2017 study by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) reported the following,
“In the 2013–14 school year, 93% of public schools reported that they controlled access to school buildings by locking or monitoring doors during school hours. Other safety and security measures reported by public schools included the use of security cameras to monitor the school (75%), a requirement that faculty and staff wear badges or picture IDs (68%), and the enforcement of a strict dress code (58%). In addition, 24% of public schools reported the use of random dog sniffs to check for drugs, 20% required that students wear uniforms, 9% required students to wear badges or picture IDs, and 9% used random metal detector checks.”
Breaking down some of the categories in the chart 5.5% of primary schools use sniffer dogs to check for drugs!! Over half of high schools have random drug searches. 9% of high schools have metal detectors.
In 1994, the federal government began requiring schools to introduce safety programs in an attempt to crack down on violence on school grounds. Many schools introduced metal detectors to check for guns, knives and other weapons. The year after the measures were introduced, violent deaths on high school campuses across the United States halved.
We also wrote a piece debunking the narrative by The New York Times that said that teachers were racially profiling kids at school when it came to discipline.
We remind our readers of a man by the name of Andrew Pollack who lost his daughter in the Parkland, Florida school shooting in 2018. He spoke of his concern of the current push by Democrats in Minneapolis and Portland to get police out of schools.
“My daughter Meadow was murdered in the Parkland school shooting on February 14, 2018. There was a school resource officer on duty. He was a coward and hid. Not all cops are good men. Without a real policeman on duty, the shooter had 11 minutes in a building with 800 kids all to himself…
…What you might not know is what happened before and what happened next.
The media wanted to use Parkland as an opportunity to attack President Donald Trump and advance their gun control agenda. But as I explain in my book Why Meadow Died: The People and Policies that Created the Parkland Shooter and Endanger America’s Students, the Parkland shooting wasn’t caused by the Second Amendment. It was caused by identity politics.
The Democrat-run Broward school district blamed teachers and school resource officers for racial disparities in school discipline and arrests.So they formally decriminalized misdemeanours (three freebie misdemeanours a year, re-setting every year) and informally decriminalized felonies. They also tied school resource officers’ hands and told school administrators to refuse to cooperate with local law enforcement.
The Parkland shooter committed many crimes in school: he threatened to kill, committed hate-crime assault, trespassed on school grounds after he got kicked out. No arrests. By design. No criminal record.
The school district lied to the public. They stonewalled the press. They threatened would-be whistleblowers. When Parkland parents started to learn the truth, they demanded accountability in a series of meetings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD) with Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie.
Shortly after that, the Broward school district announced a public meeting. Runcie’s deputy sent an e-mail to local black church leaders telling them that the rhetoric they heard at MSD was “vile” stuff like they hadn’t heard “since desegregation orders were enforced.” It was a lie. When challenged, they provided no evidence to back their race-baiting claim.”
Sinister. However, this is what they are pushing for. Do parents really want their kids at risk? Do #StudentLivesMatter?
With so much race-baiting drivel from the mainstream media, here is a video which lists many of the good things that are happening in America that the press wouldn’t show in a pink fit because torn asunder that might contradict the narrative and shed more light on their lack of journalistic integrity.
This doesn’t look like a nation divided as we wrote yesterday.
Why do the media persist in making out that people are too stupid to see with their own eyes that their life experiences don’t reflect a tiny proportion of people hell-bent on taking advantage of their own agenda by using a nation-uniting tragedy?
Here’s to the peacemakers.
ESPN NBA reporter Chris Martin Palmer tweeted his joy at rioters burning down buildings in Minneapolis on May 28th until it looked like it would affect his own community on May 31st when he doth protest these out of town animals.
Not in my back yard?
Palmer said after police arrived,
“Welp. They’re gone. Security called the cops and they swarmed. Some scattered, others were arrested. (You hate to see it.) Tense moments. There’s graffiti everywhere. We live in a beautiful, safe community and have pride. These people had no pride and weren’t protesters.”
Presumably unsafe and ugly communities which have no pride are fair game to be torched by ‘animals’ who clearly aren’t protestors. Glad he cleared that up.
This is the sickness that undermines the lessons that should be taken away from this tragedy. It is despicable to see so many people want to boost their social media following by posting such stupidity.