As our governors (tyrants) call out the National Guard to make us behave...
Exactly what are our rights?
If the guards purpose is "contact tracing"...Do they have the right to enter our homes?
Friends in Washington State have some fear of their governors power...
It is about control through tyranny a test to see if the sheep comply. Contact tracing is to be feared. All of what the tiny tyrants do is unconstitutional for it is an assault on fundamental rights.
I turned 75 yesterday I had a great day. I attended a meet & greet with 3 candidates in attendance. All of the candidates I support. Held at a small ranch owned by good patriots. There was between 40 - 50 who were there. We set outside beneath a covered patio around tables. I wore no mask no one else did either. Shook some hands, hugs with others and no social distancing. How did I feel? Felt free and unafraid.
As you know this is an especially difficult election year and candidates struggle to get their message out and to meet and greet potential voters.
I have made 100's of campaign calls be at it again tomorrow and beyond.
Calls made to a great number of folks I barely get words spoken and they say not interested, do not call me. I bet these folks never vet a candidate they vote for let alone explore an opponent running. If they vote probably just vote for an incumbent and in a lot of cases I want to ask and hows that working out?
Think about volunteering to make phone calls for a good an "true" conservative and at a minimum if you receive a campaign call from an R candidate be kind, listen and thank them for volunteering.
If you are sitting at home, bored one can knock off a lot of calls. Most calling is done through an online platform and thus the calls are paid for by the campaign.
Why would anyone want to be a COP?
There are more than 800,000 sworn law enforcement officers now serving in the United States, which is the highest figure ever. About 12 percent of those are female.
Crime fighting has taken its toll. Since the first recorded police death in 1786, there have been more than 22,000 law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Currently, there are 22,217 names engraved on the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.
A total of 1,627 law enforcement officers died in the line of duty during the past 10 years, an average of one death every 54 hours or 163 per year. There were 135 law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in 2019.
According to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report 2018 LEOKA report:
There have been 58,866 assaults against law enforcement officers in 2018, resulting in 18,005 injuries.
The 1920s were the deadliest decade in law enforcement history, when a total of 2,517 officers died, or an average of almost 252 each year. The deadliest year in law enforcement history was 1930, when 312 officers were killed. That figure dropped dramatically in the 1990s, to an average of 163 per year.
The deadliest day in law enforcement history was September 11, 2001, when 72 officers were killed while responding to the terrorist attacks on America.
The New York City Police Department has lost more officers in the line of duty than any other department, with 941 deaths. Texas has lost 1,772 officers, more than any other state. The state with the fewest deaths is Vermont, with 24.
There are 1,181 federal officers listed on the Memorial, as well as 720 correctional officers and 44 military law enforcement officers.
There are 365 female officers listed on the Memorial; 11 female officers were killed in 2019.
I haven't been able to get a gun but it's sure looking more like we all will need one.Why would anyone go out into the streets and face these terriorists? If you manage to survive, the politicians will fry you.
If not fake news I read that gun sells in May was up 300%. Norma if you know your neighbors well you might share your problem with them one or more may be willing to help.
Thanks Pat. My son has a gun and I figured I could count on him but there are times when he is gone for several hours.
I have ask myself why do they want to be cops. Some have many family members who served so tradition counts a bit -- steady pay helps -- good benefits for their family a draw.
It takes a good bit of investment by the person seeking to become a cop as well for the chiefs to weed the good from those that might go rogue. They try to weed whack.
I read or heard yesterday that some 600 cops actiively engaged in resigning from NYC. Can't blame them.
I have been sharing this video since 2009- now it is getting more attention! Please watch and Share
Chilling watch and we are witnessing fruition.
Dare we get our hopes up again only to have them bashed as before?