Days before the 2020 election, Philadelphia police officers shot a career criminal, Walter Wallace Jr., as he was coming at them with a knife.
In just the first five days of the ensuing riots, 57 Philadelphia police officers were injured, some seriously, and 19 law enforcement vehicles damaged.
As rocks and bricks rained down on Philly police, candidate Biden tweeted about the beloved Walter Wallace Jr. (prior convictions: robbery, assault, possessing an instrument of crime after kicking down a woman’s door and putting a gun to her head, and another assault charge for punching a police officer in the face):
Feb 14, 2021. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf proudly announced he commuted 13 life sentences for convicted murderers last week. The Governor’s Office says the 13 commutations were recommended by the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons, headed by Lt. Gov. John Fetterman.
September 7, 2022 / by Ann Coulter
The country is experiencing an historic surge in violent crime, and the link between Democratic policies and the crime wave is more firmly established than the law of gravity.Continue reading