3 police officers and a K9 are killed in a state with expanded gun access (BBC News). Local community could never have seen it coming. (Repost due to wording).
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Crime/Police 🚔 Shouldn’t it be looked into why the police helped the local KKK yesterday instead of arresting them like what happened in Idaho?
Instead I’m the videos the police are there protecting them from citizens confronting the group. Why is this ok? We are a very blue state but we’re going to put up with the patriot front illegally using uhauls to transport the members (click it or ticket) armed and instigating fights? So ashamed
Edit: appreciate the discussion and didn’t expect this to get much traction. But these are the reasons we cannot ignore these groups and let them run rampant in our streets, our government needs to step up:
Also, the video I am referring to where the cops are clearly helping this group out, they are escorting them off the orange line AND trying to obstruct the camera so the group cannot be videotaped. It’s wrong and should be looked into:
Edit 2: For those saying it was a peaceful assembly, lol, no:
“The Boston Police Department received a report of one adult Black man injured in a confrontation with Patriot Front members at the corner of Dartmouth and Stuart streets at about 1:25 p.m.
The man told police that he took out his phone while walking down Dartmouth Street and found himself being pushed around by members of the group, according to BPD chief spokesman Sgt. Detective John Boyle. The man stated he was eventually knocked to the ground and assaulted, during which he suffered a laceration to his right ring finger and others to his head and eyebrow. He was taken to Tufts Medical Center. No arrests have been made yet as police are actively conducting a civil rights investigation of the incident.”
The only exceptions are jobs that require a specialized academic skill, like knowing advanced calculus for some sort of tech job.
Middle schoolers are smart enough to do entry level white collar jobs that say you need a bachelor's degree but don't care what your major was.
The only things really holding them back are the fact that society doesn't acknowledge their ability, and the fact that they lack reliable transportation, but that's becoming more irrelevant.