In one of his most recent podcasts, Joe Rogan issued a stark warning concerning the ongoing leftist campaign to defund police departments all over the county, noting that if this push continues, the United States could soon resemble Mexico.
During his podcast, he discussed the consequences of cutting police funds, pointing out how the move has turned into a full-blown “disaster” in Austin, Texas. He also mocked the people who supported the policy as “out of touch and unrealistic.”
In the podcast, Rogan was speaking with comedian Annie Lederman about the homeless crisis in Los Angeles, when she brought up the defund the police movement. Rogan said:
“Cops don’t do anything if someone jumps into someone’s backyard, they don’t arrest them. Like, you have to do like $900 worth of theft before they’ll even arrest you. If they do arrest you, they’ll just put you right back out on the street again.”
Lederman asked a follow-up question:
“And has it always been that way or is this after the defunding?”
Rogan responded by saying:
“After the defunding. The defunding of the police in Austin has been a disaster, too and New York’s been a disaster. It’s terrible everywhere. It’s a terrible idea.”
“Also the idea that you are going to send social workers to handle someone’s domestic violence case is (expletive) bananas! And it’s a lot of people that don’t understand violence that think that’s OK and they have this utopian idea.”
— Frances Bynum (@Purkins104) June 16, 2021
Rogan continued to discuss how defunding the police would lead to increased violence and warlords taking over streets and neighborhoods. He said:
“What’s happening in Mexico could easily happen here with no police presence. People have to understand that.”
After discussing the defunding the police movement, the two discussed the homeless problem more and criticized officials for letting the crisis get worse. Lederman pointed out that there is a program that encourages homeless people to pick up their litter and keep the area around them clean at all times, to which Rogan responded by saying:
“You can’t camp! How about that? Get out of here! Or you gotta figure your life out!”
In the beginning of April, Fox News reported that major cities in parts of the U.S. that slashed their police department funding have seen an uptick in violent crimes over the past year.
Cities such as Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, Portland, and Austin have defunded their departments, leading to officer lay offs, canceled recruiting classes, and a retreat from hiring goals. As these cities were left with small budgets and less support, murder and other violent crimes have sky rocketed.
NPA spokesperson @sgtbetsysmith will be a guest on @foxandfriends at 5:30am EDT discussing police officers shot this year, the increase in 'ambush-style' attacks, and how the 'defund the police' & dehumanization of law enforcement impacts aggression towards the badge. pic.twitter.com/4z39Sp1Tga
— National Police Association (@NatPoliceAssoc) June 3, 2021
Violent crime rates in Minneapolis surged in 2020 of the death of George Floyd. Between December 11, 2020 and March 28, 2021, murders in the city rose 46 percent compared with the 13 reported during the same time period the year prior.
In Portland, records show that murders more than tripled year-over-year. Police statistics from July 2020, when the city’s budget cuts were made and February 2021, show homicides skyrocketed 270.6 percent compared to the same time the year prior.
In the first two months of 2021 alone, Portland reported 17 murders, a 1,600 percent increase from the single murder reported during the first two months of 2020. The past year, 2020, was reportedly the deadliest in the city in more than a quarter-century.
This bill impacts me directly. My husband has served our local community for 14 years as a firefighter and as a SWAT Medic, so we hand-delivered letters to every single one of my Democratic colleagues that voted to defund the police.
None have responded. https://t.co/BmDMVl3aTK
— Kat Cammack (@Kat_Cammack) March 13, 2021
Murders in New York City are up 11.8 percent year-to-date as of March 21st, with 75 reported this year compared to the 68 reported from 2020.
The LAPD reported a 38 percent increase in murders in 2020, despite the coronavirus mandates that kept most residents indoors. For 2021, murders are up 28.3 percent as of March 13th, with 77 killings reported this year to date compared to the 60 reported during the same time in 2020.
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Democrats grappling with ‘defund the police’ messaging as cities increase police budgets due to exploding violence
May 31st, 2021
NEW YORK CITY, NY – One year since the “defund the police” movement resulted in police cuts in Democrat-controlled regions, many American cities are restoring money to their police departments or proposing to spend more.
A year after the murder of George Floyd, Los Angeles and other American cities are facing a surge in violent crime, forcing cities whose leaders embraced the idea of police reform to reassess how far they are willing to go to reimagine public safety. https://t.co/RMzadl6Pib
— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 23, 2021
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio (D) changed direction in April when he announced that $92 million pulled from a new precinct last year will be reinstated.
Just ten months after the funds were pulled for the 116th Precinct in Southeast Queens, the Mayor said he wants to restore the project, something residents have been fighting for since the Koch administration.
The money was removed just before the budget deadline last June as the City Council defunded the NYPD’s operating and capital budgets by more than $1.5 billion. The $92 million in capital money was reallocated for a community center in Roy Wilkins Park in St. Albans.
In a similar turnaround, the Mayor of Baltimore, who led an effort to defund the police budget by $22 million, recently proposed a $27 million increase to their budget.
In Minneapolis, where the death of George Floyd fanned the flames of the “defund” movement, the city initially cut the police budget by $8 million, only to recently restore $6.4 million to deal with heavy police attrition rates and rising crime.
as violent crime spikes in cities nationwide — from LA to NYC — leaders are realizing stripping funding from police was a bad idea.
police “are vital to our city's recovery because there is no recovery without public safety."
a good weekend read: https://t.co/0twmJhi5Jz
— Gregory Wallace (@gregorywallace) May 30, 2021
According to a report in the Wall Street Journal:
“After attacks on Asian-Americans and a rise in homicides in Oakland, Calif., city lawmakers in April restored $3.3 million of the $29 million in police cuts, and the mayor is now proposing to increase the department’s budget by $24 million. Los Angeles’s mayor has proposed an increase of about $50 million after the city cut $150 million from its police department last year.
“In the nation’s 20 largest local law-enforcement agencies, city and county leaders want funding increases for nine of the 12 departments where next year’s budgets already have been proposed. The increases range from 1% to nearly 6%.”
City officials, especially in Democrat-controlled cities that espoused support for the “defund” movement following the death of George Floyd in May 2020, have been faced with rising violent crime rates this year. This makes the cuts to police budgets made by many cities difficult to maintain.
In the last three months of 2020, homicides rose 32.2% in cities with a population of at least one million, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Quarterly Uniform Crime Report.
House Dems are faced with a messaging issue as Democrat-led cities across the country are starting to return to police funding levels#CoriBush #BillDeBlasio #TheSquad #RashidaTlaib #DefundThePolice https://t.co/iazShFLsxW
— H24 News US (@h24news_us) May 30, 2021
Michael Nutter, the former mayor of Philadelphia and a Democrat, told the WSJ:
“It’s hard to have a serious conversation with folks about cutting a police department’s budget when crime is up.”
With campaigning for the 2022 midterms about to heat up, Democrats are struggling to find a message that justifies the police reform and “defund” message with the rise in crime in Democratic cities throughout the country.
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Many Democratic centrists view the ability of Republicans to link specific Democratic candidates to the “defund” movement as a reason for their narrow majority in the House. Several Democrats facing elections are changing their tune.
#Minneapolis – I bet BLM is upset after Minneapolis increases police budget due to an explosion of violence. More leftist failures that have hurt people. Again these dangerous policies failed.https://t.co/eAQfdaQbzS
— BeachBum Philosopher (@BeachBum1776) February 15, 2021
Andrew Yang (D-NY), a former Democratic presidential candidate and current candidate for New York City’s Mayor, recently warned against calling for defunding NYPD following the shooting of three people in Times Square on May 8:
“New York City cannot afford to defund the police. When I talk to New Yorkers, I get a very different message every single day. Nothing works in our city without public safety, and for public safety, we need the police.
“My message to the NYPD is this: New York needs you, your city needs you. We need you to do your jobs professionally, responsibly, and justly. I will have your back.”
Despite the rise in crime and some Democrats’ change of heart, several prominent Democrats continue to call for defunding police. Radical Democrat Cori Bush (D-MO) praised St. Louis for cutting their police budget by millions of dollars, calling the decision “historic.”
ANOTHER city suffering violence and crime increases after cutting police budgets… New York City…. Ten years ago listed among the SAFEST big cities in the world, reverting to it's late 70's infamy…. https://t.co/1y65H19jqQ
— Politically Incorrect (@VoicingSanity) December 30, 2020
“For decades, our city funneled more and more money into our police department under the guise of public safety while massively underinvesting in the resources that will truly keep our communities safe.”
Democrat-run Kansas City, Missouri voted last week to remove $42.3 million from the police budget. The council then voted to add $45.3 million to the police budget to be used for crime prevention, community engagement, and outreach.
Kansas City Police Board lawsuit claims funding change passed by city violates Missouri law: https://t.co/CD0j5oRpSc
— KCTV5 News (@KCTV5) May 29, 2021
The reallocation of funds resulted in a lawsuit being filed against the Mayor and Council by the state-appointed Board of Police Commissioners, who said the move was not designed for any reason other than to obtain control of the police:
“In several public statements Mayor Lucas confirmed the ordinances are meant not to save money but to shift control of the police department’s budget from the Board of Police Commissioners to the Mayor and City Council.”
Democratic strategist Mark Nevins said that the “defund” movement was a good message for Democrats:
“I don’t know that defund the police is an effective message broadly because it is perhaps at best confusing, at worst misleading.”
The suit claims the city council’s move violates state law in part because it came after the FY 2021-2022 budget was already adopted.
Violent crime has surged out of control amid the calls to “defund the police.” Just this past weekend, a series of mass shootings left at least 11 people dead and another 69 injured across the country.
and.. Andrew Yang said his plan to fight crime is to have people give the police a list of people they think are going to commit crimes at some point.
Yang also refuses to defund the police.https://t.co/q11RB6cgdD
— Victoria (@VictoriaVblue) May 31, 2021
According to the Gun Violence Archive, there were three mass shootings on Sunday in Alabama, Florida, and Illinois. There were two mass shootings on Saturday in Texas and Missouri. There was another mass shooting in Florida on Friday.
There have been 25 mass shootings in just May of this year.
Chuck Wexler, the Police Executive Research Forum’s executive director, said that fixing police means training police, not cutting their resources:
“If you want to fix policing you have to hire cops, you have to train them differently and hold them accountable. The notion that taking away resources is going to improve policing is ridiculous.”
Reyes: We’re facing the collapse of law enforcement in America. It will lead to the end of our country as we know it.
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I, [name], do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So, help me God.
On July 4, 1776, a group of patriots decided they had suffered enough at the hands of the British monarchy. On that date, at tremendous risk of their own personal safety and more so their very lives, they put quill to paper and signed the greatest document ever forged. A document that gave birth to the greatest country ever to grace the face of the earth—the United States of America.
Yet here we are, 245 years nearly to the day that document was signed, and we find our country at a crossroads. When you look at all the great dynasties in the history of the world, all of them eventually collapsed. The Roman Empire…the British Empire…they number many.
It’s something that you don’t really consider when you’re young. You can do anything. You’re invincible.
But as we grow older, we start considering that mortality.
With all of that in mind, it’s time we start considering the mortality of America.
I spend a substantial amount of time working in two different arenas – the world of law enforcement and the business world.
By day, I run a marketing agency. Among the areas we work in, we do extensive work in the firearms industry. My travels take me across the country – often to some of the most rural parts of America.
By night, I am the National Spokesman for Law Enforcement Today. I’m not a police officer. I was tapped because I can do one thing cops can’t do. I can give them a voice. I can run my mouth and no agency can fire me.
That travel that I referenced – both in the business world and supporting the LE world – has afforded me countless opportunities to work side by side with some of the greatest patriots in America.
My closest friends are either in law enforcement or either active or retired members of some of the most elite military forces in America. And from our greatest warriors to our everyday citizens… I can tell you the underlying fear that so many are thinking about – and that’s the seemingly inevitable collapse of society if we don’t make some monumental changes.
As a Christian, I believe we are in the middle of some serious spiritual warfare. But you don’t have to be a Christian to understand that the very soul of America is under attack right now. And the rapid erosion of the Thin Blue Line has us sitting on a powder keg.
Historically, if you look at the collapse of some of the greatest empires in the world, it happened from within. Simply put, it raises the distinct danger that America won’t be conquered by foreign enemies … but rather from domestic ones.
President Ronald Reagan probably put it best when he said, “ Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected and handed on for them to do the same.” Prophetic words indeed.
When historians say that an empire fell, it means that the central state no longer exercised its broad power. That happens either because the state itself ceased to exist or because the state’s power was reduced as parts of the empire became independent of its control.
It typically doesn’t happen because of a single cause, but rather a long process. The main factors that historically lead to imperial collapse are:
- Economic issues
- Social and cultural issues
- Environmental issues
- Political issues
Now none of these factors are causes in and of themselves, but rather are ways to categorize causes.
What that means is you wouldn’t decide that Rome fell because of politics, but rather you’d explore political factors to understand the collapse. And in those issues are warning signs for us as Americans.
That brings me to the threat we face today.
Have you ever heard of something called the Cloward-Piven strategy? It’s not exactly something the mainstream media talks about… but it’s something you need to be aware of, because it’s what we’re facing in America today.
American sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven created the political strategy in 1966. The idea behind it is to overload the U.S. public welfare system to create a crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a socialist system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty”.
If that doesn’t describe what we’re seeing from Democrats who are running Congress and the White House right now, I don’t know what does. But it’s a much bigger threat than you might realize. That’s because it’s so incredibly pervasive. It’s poisoning the very roots of America.
And it calls to mind the words of Jefferson:
“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it’s natural manure.”
We are seeing groups here in America demanding open borders. Demanding the decriminalization of crossing into our country illegally. Since Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 20, we have seen our southern border over-run, not only from Mexican citizens but by people from all around the world, including some on terrorist watch lists.
Joe Biden assigned his vice president, Kamala Harris to oversee the border crisis, but in nearly three months since being given that assignment, Harris has not visited the border first-hand to see exactly what is going on—not once.
At the same time, across our great country, we are seeing the CRIMINALIZATION of law enforcement. All across the country, from Minneapolis to Portland, Los Angeles through Chicago to New York, there is a literal war on police. Major cities such as Seattle, Portland, Chicago and New York are seeing officers either retire early or outright leave. Morale in police departments across the country is in the toilet.
We’re seeing agencies desperate for officers, because as more and more retire (or count down the minutes to retirement), we see a deficit in the number of incoming recruits. After all, why would you want to live a life of service when you’re just going to be attacked for that service?
In the aftermath of the George Floyd death in Minneapolis a year ago, we have seen primarily Democrats across the country demanding defunding of police, taking away protections such as qualified immunity from officers, and emasculating police to the point where even when they are completely justified in using deadly physical force, neo-Marxist groups such as Black Lives Matter and Antifa take to the streets to cause death and destruction.
One of the demands from activists was that police officers be required to be issued body cameras, which many jurisdictions have done. Yet, when police are put in the position of having to use deadly physical force, what is shown on the body cameras is not believed, called edited footage. It’s a classic heads I win, tails you lose for law enforcement officers.
We see political activists masquerading as police chiefs. We see them working hand in hand with liberal politicians to not only attack the rights of law-abiding citizens, but also to destroy the morale of their own departments. We watch as they flat out disrespect the oath of office they took and put officers in no-win situations. Last year in the wake of the George Floyd death, we saw police chiefs kneeling on the ground with the very people who want them dead.
If I were to design a road map for how to collapse America, starting with law enforcement, here’s what it would look like.
Step one: Divide the protectors.
The refusal to allow rank and file patrol officers to cooperate with federal law enforcement to uphold the law. It’s a slap in the face to Americans and it’s a dereliction of duty. It’s also a clear and intentional move to create a divide between local, state and federal law enforcement. Divide the protectors… conquer a society.
Step two: Divide the supporters.
Force officers to choose between enforcing unconstitutional legislation like Red Flag laws, which deny citizens of their right to due process… and providing for their own family.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic last year, we’ve seen draconian emergency orders put in place by power-hungry governors, with police officers being put in the position of having to be COVID cops or face discipline. We’ve seen videos of police officers arresting people at high school football games for not wearing a mask, breaking up groups of Hasidic Jews at a funeral in New York City and shutting down a gym in New Jersey for breaking COVID rules.
Make cops the bad guys. Take the people who have historically supported law enforcement and convince them that cops are now the enemy. Divide the supporters… conquer a society.
Step three: Remove their protection
Make cops afraid to be cops. Encourage disrespect on them like water bucket attacks. Don’t go after the criminals who attack them. When officers arrest criminals, let them back out on the street within hours because a liberal judge determined that the violent suspect with a lengthy criminal history isn’t actually a threat.
In city after city across the country, we have seen George Soros-funded district attorneys such as George Gascon in Los Angeles, Kim Foxx in Chicago, Larry Krasner in Philadelphia and scores of others go light on criminals while going hard after police officers.
Then threaten law enforcement officers that if they do their job, they’ll be investigated. That if they have to fight for their lives, they’ll end up being charged. Remove both their desire and their ability to police.
Step four: Flood America
By some estimates, one million people will make illegal entry into America this year.
There are fewer than 850,000 law enforcement officers in America. Do the math.
Now let criminals create havoc in society but instead of deporting them or actually cracking down on crime, let Americans know that the real problem is guns owned by law abiding citizens and pass legislation to take away their rights.
Step five: Destroy our homes
Own the media. Own Hollywood. Force feed Anti-American, socialist and communist policies into our homes and our education system. Convince our children that right is wrong and wrong is right. Take God out of society, destroy the family structure and teach everyone that the solution to your problems is in the form of pills, porn and the government.
Step six: Destroy our schools
Keep children out of school for over a year for in-person learning. Feed kids anti-American propaganda such as the 1619 Project which teaches America was founded on racist principles by a bunch of white racist men. Erase history and replace it with critical race theory, which teaches white children to hate themselves and believe they have special privilege because of their race. Go completely against Dr. Martin Luther King’s edict that skin color is more important than the content of one’s character.
Step seven: Destroy our military and intelligence agencies
Turn our military and intelligence agencies into indoctrination mills where sexual preference or sexual identity is considered to be of primary importance while the more important mission of looking at what those who seek to destroy us are doing and making sure that the primary focus of the military is on killing people and breaking things, now the sexual identity of a soldier’s parents.
Step eight: Bypass Congress for gun control
Have “private businesses” like Dicks and Walmart determine what you can and can’t buy. Let the White House determine by executive order what is and what is not an “assault rifle.”
Step nine: Lose control of the truth to tech tyrants and mainstream media
Allow Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, YouTube, LinkedIn, TikTok, and Snapchat determine what you can see and what you can say… because it’s not a violation of the Constitution if it’s done by private enterprise. Allow social media to have unfettered ability to censor content that they do not politically agree with or people who have an opinion that goes against the politically desirable narrative.
Step ten: Use “social justice” to vilify love of country
Take every patriotic American who wants to see a better country for their children and call them a racist, etc. if you don’t agree with them. Then mass report them on social media to make sure their accounts are cancelled, and their voices are shut down.
Then say you think they’re a threat and have a judge determine that combat veterans and our nation’s greatest warriors need to be disarmed because of post-traumatic stress. Then force officers to go to war with their own brothers and sisters.
Take people who had legitimate concerns about last November’s election and who raised serious questions about events which made no sense and put them in the category of conspiracy theorists or worse yet, insurrectionists hell-bent on the destruction of the American way of life, which is absurd.
It’s happening right in front of our eyes. And it’s starting with a full onslaught against our law enforcement officers in every way, shape and form.
Want to save America? We need to start by understanding the enemy. And sometimes the biggest threat that an empire faces is the enemy within.
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