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The Democrat Dream of No Police Would Become A Nightmare.

Police officers in this country deserve so much more than what is happening today. These men and women in blue risk their lives every day and put themselves in dangerous situations, most Americans wouldn't dream of getting near.


New York's first lady, Chirlane McCray, said that having no police would be "Nirvana." But if the Democrats want to see what their dreams of a Police free country would turn into, they should take a look at New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.


It was in New Orleans that without law enforcement, the citizens were subjected to massive amounts of crime, including murder and rape.


Nevertheless, as Democrat cities across the country burn to the ground, Democrat leaders from places like St. Louis, and Minneapolis are pushing forward with plans to defund and "dismantle" their Police Departments.


Even Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and New York City's Bill DeBlasio proposed plans to divert funds away from their Police Department's budgets. And Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who will co-chair a task force for Joe Biden's campaign on climate change, is a strong supporter of defunding the Police.


However, Democrat leaders wishing for a Joe Biden win are realizing that most Americans remember New Orleans and like the safety and protection, a Police department gives.


But perhaps history is repeating itself. Are the same Democrats who voted to fund the southern border wall when it was politically correct and then did a 180 and called for open borders now stopping short of their true desires to defund the Police?


Democrats such as Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden are uncharacteristically distancing themselves from the liberal wave, which has moved to upend the norms in society.


Perhaps with a Joe Biden win, these same politicians will again merge with the mob and do a 180 and call for the abolishment of Police Departments across the country.


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