Maybe that police station shouldn't have

... broken the law?

https://thehardtimes.net/opinion/opinion-maybe-that-police-station-shouldnt-have-broken-the-law/?fbclid=IwAR1hRbwoFpy85T8VbJoItprItiHjiZ3xbgvnPPl8Lx19-5DAdK95b7hnXHE

Last night the people of Minneapolis rose up and set fire to a police precinct in response to the murder of George Floyd. Many are calling the incident a tragedy, and I have to agree. It’s tragic when an institution breaks its contracts with the public and leaves people with no choice but to burn it to the ground, but here we are.

Let’s be honest with ourselves, the violent criminals operating out of that place have been a huge burden on the tax system anyway

Yes, it’s sad when a building’s life is cut tragically short in the service of justice. But if that particular institution had made better choices in its life, this never would have happened.

Ask yourself, what was that precinct doing in that neighborhood that late at night? Probably up to no good. The force used to detain it may be considered excessive by some but keep in mind, for all those protestors knew that building could have been armed.

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I’m probably the least prejudiced person you will ever meet but look at the statistics. Who is it exactly committing all of these cold-blooded racially motivated murders? Blue people, plain and simple.

We can sit here and make excuses for what environment led to the fate of that precinct. “Where were its architects?” “Was lethal force necessary?” “Why weren’t the brutal, racist pigs who stole innocent human lives working there fired a long time ago?” None of that matters. It’s gone now. Each life that was stolen by an officer who represented that building is gone now. For good. They can’t be rebuilt. The precinct can be.

Let’s hope this is a lesson for all present and future precincts. Nothing bad will ever happen to you if you don’t break the law.

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I’m probably the least prejudiced person you will ever meet but look at the statistics. Who is it exactly committing all of these cold-blooded racially motivated murders? Blue people, plain and simple.

We can sit here and make excuses for what environment led to the fate of that precinct. “Where were its architects?” “Was lethal force necessary?” “Why weren’t the brutal, racist pigs who stole innocent human lives working there fired a long time ago?” None of that matters. It’s gone now. Each life that was stolen by an officer who represented that building is gone now. For good. They can’t be rebuilt. The precinct can be.

Let’s hope this is a lesson for all present and future precincts. Nothing bad will ever happen to you if you don’t break the law.

Yes, it’s sad when a building’s life is cut tragically short in the service of justice. But if that particular institution had made better choices in its life, this never would have happened.

Ask yourself, what was that precinct doing in that neighborhood that late at night? Probably up to no good. The force used to detain it may be considered excessive by some but keep in mind, for all those protestors knew that building could have been armed.

Last night the people of Minneapolis rose up and set fire to a police precinct in response to the murder of George Floyd. Many are calling the incident a tragedy, and I have to agree. It’s tragic when an institution breaks its contracts with the public and leaves people with no choice but to burn it to the ground, but here we are.

Let’s be honest with ourselves, the violent criminals operating out of that place have been a huge burden on the tax system anyway

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The left can't satire.

The police don't LIVE in that building. 

Tax payers foot the bill for this display of idiocy and blind hatred. Nobody wins.

If the evidence room burned wouldn't a whole bunch of cases be dismissed?

So when you say “police” broke the law, as opposed to, Derek Chauvin broke the law, is that the same as saying when one specific black guy rapes and kills a girl, to just say, well blacks shouldn’t be raping and killed a girls?

Or how about when Trump said that many people crossing the border are rapists? I seem to remember people have a fucking SHIT ATTACK when he said that even though he obviously meant only some of them (80% of females are sexually assaulted on their journey here).

Yet we have no problem painting all cops with the same brush when one individual does something bad.

It always cracks me up. Blacks number one gripe is prejudice…being pre-judged by the color of their skin. Yet they’ll turn around and do the exact same thing to cops and other races. Even my own black friends call all cops pigs. Then I think abut their complaints about being judged by their color and I have to laugh and laugh.