Monday, June 8, 2020

Growing some Balls: Minneapolis' liberal mayor Jacob Frey balks at plan to 'dismantle' police department

Nobody in this country has done more to encourage violence against property and the police than Jacob Frey when he decided to abandoned the 3rd precinct in Minneapolis to the mob. 
It sent the wrong signal to these maniacs across the country to come and commit havoc and mayhem.  But, I give Frey a tiny bit of credit for pushing back on the idea of disbanding the police.  It's insane and the people who propose it need to be ignored.   Not worth a conversation with fools!  
Fox News reports Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey on Sunday reiterated that he doesn't support abolishing the city's police force, hours after a veto-proof majority of members of the Minneapolis City Council said they want to take that drastic step in the wake of the in-custody death of George Floyd.
Frey, who ordered a police station to evacuate as rioters burned it to the ground last month, was shouted down by a large gathering of demonstrators near his home on Saturday when he defied their demands to shutter the city's police forces entirely.
"I'll work relentlessly with Chief [Medaria] Arradondo and alongside community toward deep, structural reform and addressing systemic racism in police culture," Frey said in a statement to KARE. "We're ready to dig in and enact more community-led, public safety strategies on behalf of our city. But, I do not support abolishing the Minneapolis Police Department."
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1 comment:

  1. IF he resists total dismantling the police department two things will happen. The Only Black Lives Matter Movement and other Leftist Marxist will take him out quickly in a anarchist coup like what is happening to Mayor Ginther in Columbus Ohio. The other option will be the El Shabaab Somali Community with the endorsement of Ilhan Omar will break into his office and cut off Mayor Frey's head in an Islamic takeover of the city along with the murder of the city Democratic Council. This is the end of Minneapolis St. Paul Minnesota as we know it this year.