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Author Topic: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)  (Read 3162 times)

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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #130 on: August 01, 2020, 01:02:20 PM »
So what should we look for now that Ned folded exactly as everyone knew he would?
-"Civilian Review Boards" stuffed with far left activists and politicians who know little about actual police work. Or care.
-Far less aggressive and effective police work as officers try to walk a thin line between enforcing the law and staying out of court or jail.
-Thousands more complaints-real or fabricated-as all aggrieved parties look for more ways to hog tie law enforcement.
-A lot more retirements of those who can go, more heart and hypertension claims, more difficult recruitment and many lower class candidates.
-A lot of cops just resigning even just to avoid personal bankruptcy.
-Police dept. budgets being cut, and costs going up even to just buy all the needed equipment this state will no longer take free from the feds.
-More crime, not less, and concentrated in the cities (surprise!).
-And a lot of lawyers buying new BMW's thanks to all the costly, senseless and frequently groundless lawsuits that cops and their towns will face from now on.
And this is just for starters.
 

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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #131 on: August 01, 2020, 01:24:51 PM »
So what should we look for now that Ned folded exactly as everyone knew he would?
-"Civilian Review Boards" stuffed with far left activists and politicians who know little about actual police work. Or care.
-Far less aggressive and effective police work as officers try to walk a thin line between enforcing the law and staying out of court or jail.
-Thousands more complaints-real or fabricated-as all aggrieved parties look for more ways to hog tie law enforcement.
-A lot more retirements of those who can go, more heart and hypertension claims, more difficult recruitment and many lower class candidates.
-A lot of cops just resigning even just to avoid personal bankruptcy.
-Police dept. budgets being cut, and costs going up even to just buy all the needed equipment this state will no longer take free from the feds.
-More crime, not less, and concentrated in the cities (surprise!).
-And a lot of lawyers buying new BMW's thanks to all the costly, senseless and frequently groundless lawsuits that cops and their towns will face from now on.
And this is just for starters.
And while all that is happening, the Democrats won't be sitting still. They'll continue their march of disarming law abiding people with ever more gun laws.

What will it take for people to see what's being done to them, on purpose, and change their voting habits? Less prisons, more laws, less police, more taxes, less ability to defend yourself, etc.
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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #132 on: August 01, 2020, 02:00:41 PM »
The left's dream is a Marxist state. This puts us one step closer to UN Blue Helmets patrolling the streets.

Don't think the left does not want communism and a national police force. All these steps put us one step closer to their dream. All communism does is repeat feudalism. Two classes of people, those who serve and those who are served.
 

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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #133 on: August 01, 2020, 02:44:27 PM »
So about that endorsement...
https://ctmirror.org/2018/09/27/lamont-wins-ct-state-police-union-endorsement/

The Connecticut State Police Union on Thursday endorsed Democratic gubernatorial contender Ned Lamont and his running mate Susan Bysiewicz, citing the potential threat his GOP challenger, Bob Stefanowski, would have on its members’ wages and benefits.
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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #134 on: August 01, 2020, 04:12:14 PM »
So about that endorsement...
https://ctmirror.org/2018/09/27/lamont-wins-ct-state-police-union-endorsement/

The Connecticut State Police Union on Thursday endorsed Democratic gubernatorial contender Ned Lamont and his running mate Susan Bysiewicz, citing the potential threat his GOP challenger, Bob Stefanowski, would have on its members’ wages and benefits.


Serves them right.  Karma is a b!tch.

 
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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #135 on: August 01, 2020, 05:22:47 PM »
https://ctsenaterepublicans.com/myth-v-fact/

Myth v Fact
Myth vs. Fact: What the Police Reform Bill Really Does

On Friday, July 31, 2020 Governor Lamont signed into law House Bill 6004 An Act Concerning Police Accountability.

During the debate on the bill and since the bill’s passage, Connecticut Democrats have created misinformation about what the bill does, spreading myths about the legislation in an attempt to rationalize their votes and deflect criticism.

Click here to learn about the myths and get the truth about what the bill does through a careful analysis of the language, law and history.

The bill passed by Democrats will significantly impact our communities, public safety and policing in the state of Connecticut. It’s time they are honest about what those effects will be.

View Myth v. Facts.

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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #136 on: August 01, 2020, 06:03:21 PM »
Commie-necticut. See my signature.
I love CT. I've lived here my entire life, it's all the socialists and libtards that I hate.
 

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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #137 on: August 02, 2020, 01:21:20 PM »
https://ctsenaterepublicans.com/myth-v-fact/

Myth v Fact
Myth vs. Fact: What the Police Reform Bill Really Does
No one with any common sense buys the Democrat's talking points about this bill. Unfortunately, there are a lot of people with no common sense. Time for the voters to reap what they sow. They're going to get the police they always wanted.
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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #138 on: August 02, 2020, 01:37:21 PM »
No one with any common sense buys the Democrat's talking points about this bill. Unfortunately, there are a lot of people with no common sense. Time for the voters to reap what they sow. They're going to get the police they always wanted.

Yep, we deserve all the rewards for our voting habits. I am ready to get it over with.
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Re: MUST NOT PASS : Police Accountabilty Act (LCO3471)
« Reply #139 on: August 02, 2020, 02:09:48 PM »
Just another democrat way to maintain their grip on power.  This bill is gonna make it so the public relies on politicians and not the police for their safety. While giving the democrats an automatic scapegoat in ineffective police forces  as to why things are bad.

So this is gonna go right along until the government is sued by a state social workers family, because they caught the bad end of a confrontation trying to "deescalate" it.

I personally think every politician should be sued every time someone dies as a result of this bill.
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