Mob Rules

“If I was a police officer I probably would not be happy,” NYPD commissioner James O’Neill said.

NYPD Fires Officer Who Used Choke Hold on Eric Garner

National Review August 19, 2019

Jack Crowe

The officer who placed Eric Garner in a choke hold during a street arrest in 2014 that resulted in Garner’s death has been fired, NYPD commissioner James O’Neill announced Monday. Continue reading

How Low Can Politicians Go? The World May Never Know

Elizabeth Warren’s Racist Tweet

The [Obama and Holder] Justice Department said forensic evidence and other witnesses backed up the account of Officer Wilson, who said Mr. Brown fought with him, reached for his gun Continue reading

Police split over necessity of bringing registration stickers back to Pa. license plates

PA Reg. Sticker

The Patriot-News|16 hours ago
Police in Pennsylvania are divided as to whether registration stickers should be brought back to license plates. Rep. Barry Jozwiak, R-Berks County, said the elimination of stickers in early …

“Fast Eddie” Rendell’s Ex Finds More Rights For Illegal Aliens In Our U.S. Constitution

“If nothing is done about judicial supremacy, there won’t be a country left to fight for… Illegal aliens can sue our law enforcement, but we can’t sue them or protect our own legitimate rights in court. We are strangers in our own country.”

Lawless: Court rules that law enforcement CANNOT enforce immigration laws

Daniel Horowitz · August 2, 2019

Our laws were written in the most emphatic terms to ensure that those who entered illegally cannot remain in this country undetected. The purpose of those laws was precisely to detect illegal aliens and ensure that they are promptly removed from the country. Yet lower court judges, violating foundational Supreme Court case law, are flipping those laws upside down and are now making it unlawful to detect and deport illegal aliens. The latest Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruling is a great example of why no new laws will solve the problem if the executive branch will passively capitulate to lower courts subverting existing laws. The cycle will just continue.

On Wednesday, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that two Guatemalan illegal aliens could not be deported based on ICE finding out their unlawful status from a traffic stop initiated by a state trooper. Continue reading

“It is a racial group’s rate of violent crime that determines police shootings, not the race of the officer.”

Lying scumbag politicians and the hit and run media continue to repeat and perpetuate the dangerous “Cops Are Racisssst” lie. This is not only dangerous for the cops who work in the real world but also for the scumbag politician’s constituents who are living in the real world. These lies might help get votes and increase viewer ratings but they also can have other consequences that are deadly.

“The persistent belief that we are living through an epidemic of racially biased police shootings is a creation of selective reporting.”

There Is No Epidemic of Racist Police Shootings

By Heather Mac Donald July 31, 2019 1:54 PM

A new study debunks a common myth.

The Democratic presidential candidates have revived the anti-police rhetoric of the Obama years. Joe Biden’s criminal-justice plan promises that after his policing reforms, black mothers and fathers will no longer have to fear when their children “walk the streets of America” — the threat allegedly coming from cops, not gangbangers. President Barack Obama likewise claimed during the memorial for five Dallas police officers killed by a Black Lives Matter–inspired assassin in July 2016 that black parents were right to fear that their child could be killed by a police officer whenever he “walks out the door.” Continue reading

[Obama’s justice department lawyers and Vanita Gupta] would never do a cop’s job even for 10 minutes, but claim to know best about how it should be done.

How’s Baltimore Doing? Give Credit Where Credit Is Due

As a result on the federal consent decree “Baltimore taxpayers will now be on the hook to pay $1,000-an-hour lawyers (including DOJ veterans) out to create the nation’s “best” police department — on paper.”

Obama’s Justice Dept. did a clueless hit job on Baltimore cops

By Eugene O’Donnell

August 11, 2016 | 8:10pm

The Justice Department’s 164-page report attacking Baltimore cops is a staggering exercise in cynicism and provides an excellent case study of how democracy and governance in our nation are collapsing. Obama’s Justice Dept. did a clueless hit job on Baltimore cops

Built on the absurdity that policing in inner-city Baltimore must mirror that in Beverly Hills, the report reaches down past the highest levels of government to pin the blame for urban anarchy on cops patrolling some of the country’s most forlorn places.

Rather than provide enlightenment or a blueprint for protecting the good people of Baltimore, Continue reading

“[Our country]… is being completely overwhelmed… with apprehending and processing hundreds of thousands of aliens along the southern border,” Attorney General William Barr

The United States of America Has An Unelected Federal Judge Problem.

In the morning on the east coast federal judge allows effort in halting the invasion by “hundreds of thousands of aliens”

In the evening on the west coast federal judge blocks effort in halting the invasion by “hundreds of thousands of aliens”

Federal judge allows Trump asylum restrictions to continue

The Hill|22 hours ago 07/24/19 10:40 AM EDT

A federal judge ruled Wednesday that he would not halt an effort by the Trump administration to restrict Central American migrants’ ability to apply for asylum in the U.S.

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The government has defended the new restrictions as necessary to help an immigration system burdened with a rising number of asylum claims weed out individuals trying to “exploit” the asylum protections.

“The United States is a generous country but is being completely overwhelmed by the burdens associated with apprehending and processing hundreds of thousands of aliens along the southern border,” Attorney General William Barr said in a statement.

Federal judge temporarily blocks Trump asylum restrictions

The Hill|12 hours ago 07/24/19 08:36 PM EDT

A federal judge in San Fransisco Wednesday issued a preliminary injuction blocking the Trump administration’s effort to restrict migrants’ ability to apply for asylum in the U.S., hours after a judge in Washington, D.C., ruled the opposite way