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Over 100 Police Agencies Ditch Agreement To Guard DNC

Cops are sick of being subjugated and defunded by Democrats

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The Associated Press reported Tuesday that more than 100 police agencies across the country have ditched previous agreements to provide security for the Democratic National Convention, scheduled to take place in Milwaukee in August.

The report notes that the move by cops is a reaction to Democrat responses to the anti-police unrest that has raged throughout the Summer.

“They were concerned with directives placed on the police department, including not allowing tear gas or pepper spray,” said Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales.

“It is apparent there is a lack of commitment to provide the Milwaukee Police Department with the resources it needs to ensure the safety of peaceful protesters, attendees, citizens and police personnel,” noted Wisconsin, Franklin Police Chief Rick Oliva.

“I can not send personnel if they are not properly equipped or will not be allowed to engage in appropriate actions which would ensure their safety,” Oliva added.

“I understand that use of chemical irritants and pepper spray is serious and those are to be used only when legally justified. But when you take that out of the continuum that doesn’t leave the officers much other than getting harmed or using deadly force and that’s not good for any officer or the public,” Waukesha Police Chief Daniel Thompson also warned.

The reaction of police is hardly surprising given that Democrats have introduced reforms to hamper police, and even expressed support for calls to defund the police.

Democrat Ilhan Omar (MN) even described police as a “cancer,” adding “we are saying we don’t want your damn reforms.”

“The Minneapolis Police Department is rotten to the root, and so when we dismantle it, we get rid of that cancer, and we allow for something beautiful to rise, and that reimagining allows us to figure out what public safety looks like for us,” Omar said during a speech at a protest in June.

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GOP Senator Says Antifa Attacked His Home, Threatened His Wife And Baby

“They screamed threats, vandalized, and tried to pound open our door”

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Republican Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) claimed late Monday night that a Antifa mob had gathered outside his home and begun attacking the property, threatening his petrified family who were inside.

Hawley said he wasn’t even at home at the time.

“Tonight while I was in Missouri, Antifa scumbags came to our place in DC and threatened my wife and newborn daughter, who can’t travel,” Hawley tweeted.

“They screamed threats, vandalized, and tried to pound open our door,” he further claimed.

“Let me be clear: My family & I will not be intimidated by left-wing violence,” Hawley urged.

Hawley, along with other GOP lawmakers, has declared an intention to challenge the certification of electoral votes for Joe Biden.

Antifa released a ‘statement’ claiming that they held a ‘vigil’ outside the Senator’s house. The statement was tweeted out by Washington Post reporter Mike DeBonis, prompting Hawley to counter that the ‘vigil’ consisted of “screaming threats through bullhorns, vandalizing property, pounding on the doors of homes and terrorizing innocent people and children.”

DeBonis posted a link to a video of the incident. Police appear to have been present at the ‘vigil’, but did not intervene, even though the mob was on Hawley’s property, right outside his front door:

Meanwhile, elsewhere in DC during the protests, police arrested Proud Boys’ leader Enrique Tarrio on misdemeanor destruction of property charges, for burning a BLM flag:

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Homeless Advocacy Group Occupies Family Hotel, Refuses to Pay Bill

Motel already on its knees thanks to pandemic.

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A small family-run hotel already on its knees as a result of the pandemic was suddenly occupied by a homeless advocacy group which booked 16 rooms and then refused to pay the bill.

“On Christmas Eve, a homeless advocacy group booked 16 rooms at the Travelodge Motel at 3518 Pacific Hwy. E. and paid for one night,” reports KIRO 7.

“But now, the group told the motel’s manager they have no plans to check out, or to pay the bill.”

Tacoma Housing Now subsequently sent volunteers to deliver food and supplies for the more than 40 people occupying the 16 rooms, some of whom have “severe infections” and one later tested positive for COVID-19.

Motel manager Shawn Randhawa told city authorities that the motel only has 10 employees and is already struggling as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns. The occupation could be the final straw that forces Randhawa to shut the business down.

“They may have to close up shop because with no revenues coming in, with their margins where they are, they may have to close operations,” said Fife City Manager Hyun Kim. “So, I’m trying to buy some time. It starts with conversations with both sides.”

However, the occupiers are demanding nothing less than permanent free shelter and refuse to leave, saying that the city should pay the motel bill.

Despite Fife Police Chief Peter Fisher asserting that the group is committing theft and criminal trespassing, the owner has not asked for them to be forcibly removed.

“In the current climate of media-endorsed leftist terrorism (a.k.a. mostly peaceful protests), he may be trying to avoid the place getting burned down,” writes Dave Blount.

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Eh? Antifa Creates A Soccer League

The noxious organisation has seemingly decided that it can also fight ‘nazis’ by kicking a ball around

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In between smashing up local businesses and attacking anyone who disagrees with their opinion that Communism is wonderful, Antifa has decided to start a soccer (football) league in Portland, according to reports.

The noxious organisation has seemingly decided that it can also fight ‘nazis’ by kicking a ball around.

Antifa created a Twitter account for the team, urging members, or ‘comrades’ as they put it, to try out:

The ad signalled that face masks will be required, while explaining that if players intend to turn up in ‘bloc’ they will need some way of being identified by their team mates.

Antifa called for its potential soccer stars to “Stay safe, Stay Dangerous, watch some soccer and Nutmeg a Nazi.”

The New York Post reported that 88 Antifa chicken necks signed up to become players, a highly ironic number given that it is used by white supremacists to denote ‘heil Hitler’.

When some worried that trouble might kick off at the matches, Antifa assured them that there will be a group of string-armed weenies keeping watch:

The fledgling league already suffered a set back, however, after it was announced that referees had been recruited to institute some authority over matches.

Being that Antifa toddlers are committed to rejecting any authority figure, some ‘comrades’ immediately took issue with the referees.

The Antifa soccer soy boys responded by accusing anyone of calling refs ‘bastards’ by declaring it ‘racist’:

Perhaps the real reason a ref is needed?

Antifa seems a good fit as perhaps the only organisation that could give the world’s football players a run for their money in being over-priveledged cry-baby softies.

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