By Thomas Madison
Does anyone trust the Obama administration to be fair and just? Only the naive and ignorant would come to that conclusion. Barack Hussein has shown enough of his racial bias to conclude that any takeover of policing by the federal government will reflect that bias.
If we the people permit this egregious power grab by our Socialist-in-Chief then you can certainly look forward to a reduction in blacks being arrested and prosecuted for crimes, all in the name of fighting “racial profiling.” Forget that blacks commit more crime than any other demographic. In Obamaworld a disproportionate number of blacks arrested/prosecuted/incarcerated can only mean one thing…. RACISM! The answer? Don’t arrest blacks for crime. That should work out well! Since that stupid policy can’t currently be forced on local police departments, the obvious solution is federal takeover of those departments.
In addition we have seen that the Hussein administration will not hesitate to persecute and punish political adversaries with executive departments under his control, like the IRS and EPA. Let your mind wander for a moment and imagine the horrendous treatment those organizations and especially their leaders are going to receive from the new brownshirt federal police force. It isn’t a pretty picture!
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From Truth Voice
President Barack Obama has introduced his plan for a progressive takeover of state and local policing.
“We have a great opportunity… to really transform how we think about community law enforcement relations,” he said.
“We need to seize that opportunity… this is something that I’m going to stay very focused on in the months to come,” Obama said, as he touted a new interim report from his Task Force on 21st Century Policing.
Obama also instructed his media allies to help federalize policing, and to sideline the critics of centralized policing rules. “I expect our friends in the media to really focus on what’s in this report and pay attention to it,” he instructed.
Obama is using the crisis sparked by the August 2014 shooting of Michael Brown, who was killed after assaulting a shopkeeper and a policeman in Ferguson, Mo. Obama and his deputies stoked the subsequent controversy in the run-up to the 2014 election, in the hope of boosting African-American turnout. The mobilization effort failed, partly because local law-enforcement officials released a video showing Brown’s strong-arm robbery of a store shortly before the fatal shooting.
Now Obama is trying to expand progressive control by attaching more conditions to federal funding of state and local law-enforcement efforts. “We can expand the [federally-funded] COPS program… to see if we can get more incentives for local communities to apply some of the best practices and lessons that are embodied in this report,” he said.
Those best practices likely will eventually include rules that restrict police investigations of groups that are part of the Democratic coalition, and rules that try to lower convictions and penalties among favored sub-groups of the United States, regardless of the actual rates of illegal activity among those groups.