Without enforcement, our laws are worthless
The liberals, bleeding hearts, radicals are getting their way. First it was Minneapolis, then Seattle, now Portland and, finally, New London.
Two weekends ago, the New London Police Department could not, or would not, respond to a massive disturbance as the weak-kneed city officials made the officers stand down. With a call to the State Police and other assisting police departments, this disturbance could have been shut down.
This will continue until it is stopped in its tracks. The law, without the sword, is just words.
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