Democrats: No One Means Literally Abolishing Police – NY Times: We Literally Mean Abolish The Police

The mask is off.

As far left activists push to get rid of police, Democrats and their media allies have twisted themselves in knots trying to soften the message and say that no one actually wants to abolish the police.

Yet a new piece in the New York Times says explicitly that the left does in fact, want to get rid of police.

Professor Jonathan Turley reports:

“We Mean Literally Abolish The Police”: Activists Reject Spin On Movement’s Call To Defund The Police

The New York Times has run an opinion column by Mariame Kaba denouncing efforts by Democratic leaders and the media to try to spin the call for defunding the police as just a reallocation of funds and a new set of priorities and a new structure for policing.

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Kaba wrote “Yes, we mean literally abolish the police.” That opinion piece follows a warning by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., that Democrats and others trying to “repackage” the push to “Defund the Police” Notably, while the New York Times apologized for publishing an opinion piece by a ranking U.S. Senator on the use of federal troops to quell rioting, it has now problem with publishing a column calling for the abolishment of police.

As discussed earlier, this is a movement that is moving rapidly to the left and repackaging is now considered counter-revolutionary.

Let’s take a walk down memory lane.

When the left tells you who they are and what they want, you should believe them.

 

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