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    Default Re: Philly gun violence action committee. Gee, I wonder why?

    They need to ban "Assault Rifles" there as that will stop the "Gun Violence".

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    Default Re: Philly gun violence action committee. Gee, I wonder why?

    Yup, disarm the white suburban and rural citizens and that will stop the blacks from shooting each other in the city. That's some pretty sound reasoning in my opinion. Biden/Pocahontas 2020 and get more of the same sound reasoning.
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    Default Re: Philly gun violence action committee. Gee, I wonder why?

    Youth and gang violence (a/k/a/ "gun violence") on the rise again in Philly and prompt action is taken!

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...l-media-posts/

    Fewer police means less crime!

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    Default Re: Philly gun violence action committee. Gee, I wonder why?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilderness 1864 View Post
    Youth and gang violence (a/k/a/ "gun violence") on the rise again in Philly and prompt action is taken!

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...l-media-posts/

    Fewer police means less crime!
    Hmmmm. 72 Officers "off the streets". There goes the OVERTIME Budget!

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    Default Re: Philly gun violence action committee. Gee, I wonder why?

    They define the narrative as gun violence, then they install a Krasner or similar as DA and let the animals run amok, so they can fulfill their wet tyrannical gun control dream.
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    Default Re: Philly gun violence action committee. Gee, I wonder why?

    I attended the Philadelphia police academy September 1961-January 1962. The hand-to-hand combat class was cancelled and displaced with a class teaching sensitivity.

    By the time that class was half-way through, wrong things were happening between people of differing roots. In other words, it did more harm than good.

    The teacher taught the subject at Temple. For one semester. She was let go next semester because no one had signed up for the class.

    Around 1962-1963 the various districts received pamphlets attesting to Negros being, on average, 3% more intelligent than Caucasians. God, I wish I'd had the brains to save one of those.

    Point being, efforts to control leo's feelings, beliefs, and expressed opinions is an old story to those who have been around for a while.

    Those 72 officers now wait for a legal opinion as to whether their 1st amendment rights would be violated if disciplined. This investigation has been ongoing for what...a year and a half?....and they are just now addressing the legal questions?
    Constitutional recognition of gun rights is a lie

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