Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Federalization of Law Enforcement Would Remove Bulwark for Second Amendment

Via Jonathan


The call to federalize law enforcement departments and offices around the country was made more than once after Officer Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in August 2014.

Following that incident, President Obama asked a group of individuals to prepare a study on 21st Century Policing that includes measures by which law enforcement could be federalized.

Not surprisingly, many of the study’s findings and suggestions have nothing to do with the details or evidence surrounding Officer Wilson and Michael Brown but read like a social justice wish list for minorities, lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders, and protesters who riot in response to half-truths propagated by race-hucksters stirring the pot in Ferguson, New York City, and Baltimore.

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  1. It would seem the police in Texas have already been federalized, at least in Waco
    the town of unlawful massacres.

    1. Really, but "what difference does it make.....................?"

  2. Do this, and kill law enforcement the same as the Democrats have the rule of law. For even law abiding citizens might take to killing those federal minions. A task that is easy to do.