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An Open Letter to America's Cops
You have more power than you think.
Dear American Police Officers,
Kimberly Potter will likely go to jail for 15 years. Derek Chauvin will die in prison, and even that wasn’t enough for the DOJ, which is currently ringing him up on federal civil rights charges just to be safe. (Wouldn’t want to posthumously offend St. George Floyd of Minneapolis).
You can do your job perfectly for decades. It doesn’t matter. On the one day you go toe-to-toe with a wanted criminal or cracked-out felon and make a mistake, you will lose everything. If you’re really unlucky, you’ll end up in a cell yourself.
As our cities become more and more unruly, and Democrat mayor’s, District Attorneys, and defense lawyers do their damndest to keep and let criminals out of jail so they can wreak more havoc, your lives will only become more difficult. You can no longer arrest people for certain crimes in certain cities.
Your rulers are giving up on you.
They think you’re a stupid, backwards relic of white supremacy born from the days of slave trading and only barely reformed since. Keep in mind that “white supremacy” is America’s “original sin,” but that unlike your Christian faith, the religion of wokeness has no mechanism by which that original sin can be forgiven.
They don’t care how much good you do in your community. They don’t care that you have black brothers in arms serving in your ranks. They definitely don’t care that you face danger every time you put on your uniform and head to work. They think you are “beyond reform.” You will never convince them otherwise.
You should give up on them, too.
Believe it or not, you have the power. At the end of the day, if you don’t go to work, America’s cities and towns will become a free-for-all.
So don’t go to work.
I’ve often advocated for all of you to quit, and demonstrate just how bad things will become without you. But I understand that you have pensions to protect. If I had worked on the force for 25 years, I’d want to retire comfortably too. (Still, your pension will be the last of your concern the day you meet George Floyd or Daunte Wright).
Maybe you can’t quit. But you can go on strike. And you can stay on strike until the far-left politicians and employees and supporters of anti-cop groups like the ACLU are so uncomfortable leaving their homes for fear of being a victim of anarchy that they beg for you back.
The proof is in the proverbial pudding. In some ways, this strategy is already bearing itself out.
Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D), the congresswoman who represents Philadelphia, has often barked for “criminal justice reform,” which is code for fewer cops in majority Democrat cities and towns so criminals can’t be punished, while punishing conservatives to the fullest extent of the law whenever possible.
Scanlon was especially focused on reforming the juvenile justice system.
Wendesday, she was carjacked at gunpoint by four juveniles and a 19-year-old in South Philly.
After leftists rioted in the wake of George Floyd’s death, the Minneapolis Police Department started the year down 200 officers from 2020. They wanted to defund the police completely. But after an uptick in violent crime in 2021, they’re already re-thinking that idiotic plan.
You can accelerate this cycle of — for lack of a better phrase — fucking around and finding out by simply refusing to work until the streets become so stained with blood, businesses become so desperate for protection from thieves and looters and soy-based Democrats become to terrified that they can’t help but conclude that overall, the police departments are forces of good in an evil world.
Exercise your power before you become the next Kim Potter or Daunte Wright.
It will surely take some bravery, but we’ll all be better for it.
A Sane American
P.S. Please top arresting conservatives for petty nonsense like mask and vaccine mandate violations. We’re the only friends you have left, and it makes it harder for us to support you.
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