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Jun 9, 2021 09:50:28   #
Capt-jack Loc: Home
 
URGENT: Republicans and Democrats are working on “compromise” police legislation that would include national requirements for local police departments. According to news reports, they have already reached an agreement on 90% of the bill provisions. If an agreement is reached, this legislation could easily become law. Tell your U.S. representative and senators to oppose any federal meddling in local police departments!

Members of Congress are seeking to pass legislation that threatens the autonomy of local police and other law enforcement agencies.

H.R. 1280, titled the “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021,” is sponsored by Representative Karen Bass (D-Calif.) and has 199 co-sponsors.

The bill passed the House of Representatives on March 3, 2021, by a vote of 220 to 212 and is currently pending in the Senate.

H.R. 1280 seeks to prohibit local law enforcement from practicing what it describes as “racial, religious and discriminatory profiling” and would mandate all local police officers to be indoctrinated in sensitivity training about the adverse effects of such profiling. The bill also bars police officers from performing certain restraining tactics, such as chokeholds.

The bill would achieve these and other reforms by knocking down the barriers of federalism as established in the Constitution. According to a fact sheet about the bill put together by the House Judiciary Committee, the “Justice in Policing Act” would:

1. Establish a national standard for the operation of police departments;
2. Mandate data collection on police encounters;
3. Reprogram existing funds to invest in transformative community-based policing programs; and
4. Streamline federal law to prosecute excessive force and establish independent prosecutors for police investigations.

In other words, the bill aims to defund police departments and allocate those funds to leftist “community organizations,” further perpetuating the Left’s war on police. The bill would lower the bar to more easily prosecute police officers not only in instances where the alleged misconduct was intentional, but also in unintentional cases where the officer(s) may have acted recklessly. Establishing independent prosecutors in the Justice Department to investigate local police officers would further expand the federal government’s role and control over local municipal and state law enforcement agencies. Such “independent” investigations are akin to the so-called “civilian police review boards,” promoted by communists during the 1960s. Furthermore, establishing a “national standard” to govern how local police departments operate is a significant step toward nationalizing police.

As for the bill’s sponsor, Congresswoman Karen Bass is no stranger to the Communist Left. In a 2008 interview with the authors of the book Black Los Angeles: American Dreams and Racial Realities, Bass boasted how from an early age she was surrounded and influenced by members of the Communist Party USA; she recalled:
It (the white left) played a huge role for me. In Hamilton (High School) for instance, lots of the Jewish parents were activists. Some of them were in the Communist Party. So I grew up with a lot of red diaper babies. And there were some African American parents who were in the Communist Party. There were teachers who were in the Communist Party. So white radicals were very influential. And at the same time, you have the Panthers and the whole Black movement.


Bass has remained in communist and socialist circles all her life. She was a member of both the Black Panther Party and the Venceremos Brigade and has worked closely with the Democratic Socialists of America. Since its founding in 1969, the Venceremos Brigade served as a front organization for Communist Cuba’s intelligence agency, the DGI, to recruit Americans. On April 17, 1993, Bass was one of several invited speakers at the West Coast Socialist Scholars Conference 1993, held at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Bass was also a protégé of the late Oneil Cannon, a longtime and leading member of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA)’s National Central Committee. On January 30, 2017, on the floor of the House of Representatives, Rep. Bass honored Cannon as her “friend and mentor.” In the 1940s Cannon was a member of the pro-Soviet and Marxist-leaning Independent Progressive Party before joining the Communist Party in the 1950s at the height of the Cold War. At the time, the CPUSA was under the direct control of the Soviet Union through its intelligence arm the MVD/ KGB. Cannon rose to serve on the CPUSA’s Southern California Committee before being elevated to membership in the National Central Committee – the ruling body of the CPUSA.

Bass holds a dismal lifetime score of 27 percent in The New American magazine’s “Freedom Index,” which rates members of Congress on their fidelity to the Constitution based upon how they voted. Nevertheless, she is considered a rising star in the Democratic Party and an influential member of the House of Representatives. In 2018, she was elected chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. Rep. Bass also serves as chair of both the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations and the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security. Her “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act” is the most far-reaching and radical bill of its kind to go after law enforcement. Should it pass and be enacted into law, Bass’ bill would virtually handcuff local police from effectively serving and protecting their communities.

Furthermore, the bill is completely unconstitutional. The 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution plainly states:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Jurisdiction over local police departments, sheriff's offices, state police/troopers/highway patrol, and other local law enforcement agencies is not one of the powers delegated to the federal government by the Constitution. Therefore, any and all “police reforms” fall under the purview of their respective local and state governments. It is both inappropriate and unconstitutional to enact such measures at the federal level, assuming powers delegated to neither Congress nor the Executive Branch.

Local police departments and sheriff's offices serve the people in their local municipalities or counties; they are not officers of the federal government. H.R. 1280 is unconstitutional and should be stopped in Congress.

It is imperative that the American people Support Your Local Police and Keep them Independent! from the federal government. Historically, national police are the hallmark of dictatorships and oppression around the world. The autonomy of our local police is paramount to the survival of our Republic.

Urge your U.S. senators to oppose H.R. 1280, along with every other bill – regardless of whether it is introduced by Republicans or Democrats – that compromises or ends the independence of local police departments. Instead, tell them to only support legislation that upholds the U.S. Constitution and to repeal every law that does not.

So, if passed we will have a police force that will stand and watch, not engage itself for the most part for fear of getting fired or punished for just about anything! Yes, they will just look the other way.



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Jun 9, 2021 10:28:12   #
saltwind 78 Loc: Queens, New York City
 
Capt-jack wrote:
URGENT: Republicans and Democrats are working on “compromise” police legislation that would include national requirements for local police departments. According to news reports, they have already reached an agreement on 90% of the bill provisions. If an agreement is reached, this legislation could easily become law. Tell your U.S. representative and senators to oppose any federal meddling in local police departments!

Members of Congress are seeking to pass legislation that threatens the autonomy of local police and other law enforcement agencies.

H.R. 1280, titled the “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021,” is sponsored by Representative Karen Bass (D-Calif.) and has 199 co-sponsors.

The bill passed the House of Representatives on March 3, 2021, by a vote of 220 to 212 and is currently pending in the Senate.

H.R. 1280 seeks to prohibit local law enforcement from practicing what it describes as “racial, religious and discriminatory profiling” and would mandate all local police officers to be indoctrinated in sensitivity training about the adverse effects of such profiling. The bill also bars police officers from performing certain restraining tactics, such as chokeholds.

The bill would achieve these and other reforms by knocking down the barriers of federalism as established in the Constitution. According to a fact sheet about the bill put together by the House Judiciary Committee, the “Justice in Policing Act” would:

1. Establish a national standard for the operation of police departments;
2. Mandate data collection on police encounters;
3. Reprogram existing funds to invest in transformative community-based policing programs; and
4. Streamline federal law to prosecute excessive force and establish independent prosecutors for police investigations.

In other words, the bill aims to defund police departments and allocate those funds to leftist “community organizations,” further perpetuating the Left’s war on police. The bill would lower the bar to more easily prosecute police officers not only in instances where the alleged misconduct was intentional, but also in unintentional cases where the officer(s) may have acted recklessly. Establishing independent prosecutors in the Justice Department to investigate local police officers would further expand the federal government’s role and control over local municipal and state law enforcement agencies. Such “independent” investigations are akin to the so-called “civilian police review boards,” promoted by communists during the 1960s. Furthermore, establishing a “national standard” to govern how local police departments operate is a significant step toward nationalizing police.

As for the bill’s sponsor, Congresswoman Karen Bass is no stranger to the Communist Left. In a 2008 interview with the authors of the book Black Los Angeles: American Dreams and Racial Realities, Bass boasted how from an early age she was surrounded and influenced by members of the Communist Party USA; she recalled:
It (the white left) played a huge role for me. In Hamilton (High School) for instance, lots of the Jewish parents were activists. Some of them were in the Communist Party. So I grew up with a lot of red diaper babies. And there were some African American parents who were in the Communist Party. There were teachers who were in the Communist Party. So white radicals were very influential. And at the same time, you have the Panthers and the whole Black movement.


Bass has remained in communist and socialist circles all her life. She was a member of both the Black Panther Party and the Venceremos Brigade and has worked closely with the Democratic Socialists of America. Since its founding in 1969, the Venceremos Brigade served as a front organization for Communist Cuba’s intelligence agency, the DGI, to recruit Americans. On April 17, 1993, Bass was one of several invited speakers at the West Coast Socialist Scholars Conference 1993, held at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Bass was also a protégé of the late Oneil Cannon, a longtime and leading member of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA)’s National Central Committee. On January 30, 2017, on the floor of the House of Representatives, Rep. Bass honored Cannon as her “friend and mentor.” In the 1940s Cannon was a member of the pro-Soviet and Marxist-leaning Independent Progressive Party before joining the Communist Party in the 1950s at the height of the Cold War. At the time, the CPUSA was under the direct control of the Soviet Union through its intelligence arm the MVD/ KGB. Cannon rose to serve on the CPUSA’s Southern California Committee before being elevated to membership in the National Central Committee – the ruling body of the CPUSA.

Bass holds a dismal lifetime score of 27 percent in The New American magazine’s “Freedom Index,” which rates members of Congress on their fidelity to the Constitution based upon how they voted. Nevertheless, she is considered a rising star in the Democratic Party and an influential member of the House of Representatives. In 2018, she was elected chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. Rep. Bass also serves as chair of both the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations and the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security. Her “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act” is the most far-reaching and radical bill of its kind to go after law enforcement. Should it pass and be enacted into law, Bass’ bill would virtually handcuff local police from effectively serving and protecting their communities.

Furthermore, the bill is completely unconstitutional. The 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution plainly states:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Jurisdiction over local police departments, sheriff's offices, state police/troopers/highway patrol, and other local law enforcement agencies is not one of the powers delegated to the federal government by the Constitution. Therefore, any and all “police reforms” fall under the purview of their respective local and state governments. It is both inappropriate and unconstitutional to enact such measures at the federal level, assuming powers delegated to neither Congress nor the Executive Branch.

Local police departments and sheriff's offices serve the people in their local municipalities or counties; they are not officers of the federal government. H.R. 1280 is unconstitutional and should be stopped in Congress.

It is imperative that the American people Support Your Local Police and Keep them Independent! from the federal government. Historically, national police are the hallmark of dictatorships and oppression around the world. The autonomy of our local police is paramount to the survival of our Republic.

Urge your U.S. senators to oppose H.R. 1280, along with every other bill – regardless of whether it is introduced by Republicans or Democrats – that compromises or ends the independence of local police departments. Instead, tell them to only support legislation that upholds the U.S. Constitution and to repeal every law that does not.

So, if passed we will have a police force that will stand and watch, not engage itself for the most part for fear of getting fired or punished for just about anything! Yes, they will just look the other way.
URGENT: Republicans and Democrats are working on “... (show quote)


Capt, This is not an attempt to defund police septs around the country, it is a way to stop abusive and murderous behavior towards African Americans by cops. It's high time something is done.

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Jun 9, 2021 11:10:11   #
Weewillynobeerspilly Loc: North central Texas
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
Capt, This is not an attempt to defund police septs around the country, it is a way to stop abusive and murderous behavior towards African Americans by cops. It's high time something is done.




Correct...... but the issue is the uncivilized blacks, turn on the TV old man....... look at those jungle spooks, they need their skulls Cracked and sterilized.

You're the problem, keep defending their felonious actions by blaming anything but them should have your car keys taken and you commited..... clearly your mind is gone.

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Jun 9, 2021 12:25:10   #
Capt-jack Loc: Home
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
Capt, This is not an attempt to defund police septs around the country, it is a way to stop abusive and murderous behavior towards African Americans by cops. It's high time something is done.


Oh, you mean the blacks that sneak up on Police cars and then shoot both cops in the head? Yeah, we don't want to abuse them.

Oh' lets not forget the old lady gasing up her car and the BIG black guy comes up and beats the crap out of her no reason, them guys?

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Jun 9, 2021 12:34:31   #
lpnmajor Loc: Arkansas
 
Capt-jack wrote:
URGENT: Republicans and Democrats are working on “compromise” police legislation that would include national requirements for local police departments. According to news reports, they have already reached an agreement on 90% of the bill provisions. If an agreement is reached, this legislation could easily become law. Tell your U.S. representative and senators to oppose any federal meddling in local police departments!

Members of Congress are seeking to pass legislation that threatens the autonomy of local police and other law enforcement agencies.

H.R. 1280, titled the “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021,” is sponsored by Representative Karen Bass (D-Calif.) and has 199 co-sponsors.

The bill passed the House of Representatives on March 3, 2021, by a vote of 220 to 212 and is currently pending in the Senate.

H.R. 1280 seeks to prohibit local law enforcement from practicing what it describes as “racial, religious and discriminatory profiling” and would mandate all local police officers to be indoctrinated in sensitivity training about the adverse effects of such profiling. The bill also bars police officers from performing certain restraining tactics, such as chokeholds.

The bill would achieve these and other reforms by knocking down the barriers of federalism as established in the Constitution. According to a fact sheet about the bill put together by the House Judiciary Committee, the “Justice in Policing Act” would:

1. Establish a national standard for the operation of police departments;
2. Mandate data collection on police encounters;
3. Reprogram existing funds to invest in transformative community-based policing programs; and
4. Streamline federal law to prosecute excessive force and establish independent prosecutors for police investigations.

In other words, the bill aims to defund police departments and allocate those funds to leftist “community organizations,” further perpetuating the Left’s war on police. The bill would lower the bar to more easily prosecute police officers not only in instances where the alleged misconduct was intentional, but also in unintentional cases where the officer(s) may have acted recklessly. Establishing independent prosecutors in the Justice Department to investigate local police officers would further expand the federal government’s role and control over local municipal and state law enforcement agencies. Such “independent” investigations are akin to the so-called “civilian police review boards,” promoted by communists during the 1960s. Furthermore, establishing a “national standard” to govern how local police departments operate is a significant step toward nationalizing police.

As for the bill’s sponsor, Congresswoman Karen Bass is no stranger to the Communist Left. In a 2008 interview with the authors of the book Black Los Angeles: American Dreams and Racial Realities, Bass boasted how from an early age she was surrounded and influenced by members of the Communist Party USA; she recalled:
It (the white left) played a huge role for me. In Hamilton (High School) for instance, lots of the Jewish parents were activists. Some of them were in the Communist Party. So I grew up with a lot of red diaper babies. And there were some African American parents who were in the Communist Party. There were teachers who were in the Communist Party. So white radicals were very influential. And at the same time, you have the Panthers and the whole Black movement.


Bass has remained in communist and socialist circles all her life. She was a member of both the Black Panther Party and the Venceremos Brigade and has worked closely with the Democratic Socialists of America. Since its founding in 1969, the Venceremos Brigade served as a front organization for Communist Cuba’s intelligence agency, the DGI, to recruit Americans. On April 17, 1993, Bass was one of several invited speakers at the West Coast Socialist Scholars Conference 1993, held at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Bass was also a protégé of the late Oneil Cannon, a longtime and leading member of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA)’s National Central Committee. On January 30, 2017, on the floor of the House of Representatives, Rep. Bass honored Cannon as her “friend and mentor.” In the 1940s Cannon was a member of the pro-Soviet and Marxist-leaning Independent Progressive Party before joining the Communist Party in the 1950s at the height of the Cold War. At the time, the CPUSA was under the direct control of the Soviet Union through its intelligence arm the MVD/ KGB. Cannon rose to serve on the CPUSA’s Southern California Committee before being elevated to membership in the National Central Committee – the ruling body of the CPUSA.

Bass holds a dismal lifetime score of 27 percent in The New American magazine’s “Freedom Index,” which rates members of Congress on their fidelity to the Constitution based upon how they voted. Nevertheless, she is considered a rising star in the Democratic Party and an influential member of the House of Representatives. In 2018, she was elected chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. Rep. Bass also serves as chair of both the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations and the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security. Her “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act” is the most far-reaching and radical bill of its kind to go after law enforcement. Should it pass and be enacted into law, Bass’ bill would virtually handcuff local police from effectively serving and protecting their communities.

Furthermore, the bill is completely unconstitutional. The 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution plainly states:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Jurisdiction over local police departments, sheriff's offices, state police/troopers/highway patrol, and other local law enforcement agencies is not one of the powers delegated to the federal government by the Constitution. Therefore, any and all “police reforms” fall under the purview of their respective local and state governments. It is both inappropriate and unconstitutional to enact such measures at the federal level, assuming powers delegated to neither Congress nor the Executive Branch.

Local police departments and sheriff's offices serve the people in their local municipalities or counties; they are not officers of the federal government. H.R. 1280 is unconstitutional and should be stopped in Congress.

It is imperative that the American people Support Your Local Police and Keep them Independent! from the federal government. Historically, national police are the hallmark of dictatorships and oppression around the world. The autonomy of our local police is paramount to the survival of our Republic.

Urge your U.S. senators to oppose H.R. 1280, along with every other bill – regardless of whether it is introduced by Republicans or Democrats – that compromises or ends the independence of local police departments. Instead, tell them to only support legislation that upholds the U.S. Constitution and to repeal every law that does not.

So, if passed we will have a police force that will stand and watch, not engage itself for the most part for fear of getting fired or punished for just about anything! Yes, they will just look the other way.
URGENT: Republicans and Democrats are working on “... (show quote)


It's about fricking time!

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Jun 9, 2021 12:56:57   #
Capt-jack Loc: Home
 
lpnmajor wrote:
It's about fricking time!


You're in Venezuela or Cuba I wager.

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Jun 9, 2021 13:55:51   #
Strycker
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
Capt, This is not an attempt to defund police septs around the country, it is a way to stop abusive and murderous behavior towards African Americans by cops. It's high time something is done.


It is absolutely an attempt to defund the police and, at best, redirect those funds to social welfare programs.

Your charge of abusive and murderous behavior toward African Americans is a false narrative. Of the 13 police shootings of unarmed Blacks in 2019 all but one was actively and violently resisting police. Police shootings of Blacks is proportional to crimes committed by Blacks. Proportion of Blacks to overall population, 13%, is an irrelevant and meaningless statistic to the subject. It's high time the actual truth is told.

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Jun 10, 2021 12:47:24   #
Weewillynobeerspilly Loc: North central Texas
 
Capt-jack wrote:
You're in Venezuela or Cuba I wager.




Nah..... they do have some standards, Somalia seems more fitting.

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Jun 10, 2021 15:22:57   #
Capt-jack Loc: Home
 
Weewillynobeerspilly wrote:
Nah..... they do have some standards, Somalia seems more fitting.


We need to jack up all their asses and ship them back.

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