The Police are Waking up to Corruption (Video)
(Jim Hoft) Last week Illinois Democrat Governor J. B. Pritzker warned the people of Illinois the state in lockdown and businesses shut down until the end of May. He later told CNN the citizens of Illinois could be ordered to socially distance and wear masks indefinitely.
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(Justin Deschamps) As we’ve been saying, we’re witnessing a global revolution in that the people are properly questioning the dictates of officials who have, in many cases, abused their office and harmed the people. In this case, governors are continuing to issue lockdown and stay-at-home orders when no threat to public safety seems to exist. And the people are rightfully questioning the basis of these orders. Instead of governers hearing the needs of the people and adjusting accordingly, they are doubling down. But the police, in some cases, knowing they are the enforcement body of government, aren’t crushing the people in their resistance. I would argue, this is good news.
(Mac Slavo) Some police officers have awoken to the world they are leaving for their children and are standing with the people against tyranny. While these instances are still few and far between, it’s a good sign that at least a few may be realizing what kind of world they are enforcing at this point in human history.
(Hannah Bleau) Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco reaffirmed his stance on not enforcing stringent stay-at-home orders, telling the Riverside County Board of Supervisors this week that he refuses to “make criminals out of business owners, single moms, and otherwise healthy individuals for exercising their constitutional rights.”
(Zero Hedge) With only 500 or so cases confirmed as of Tuesday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared in a late-night address that as of midnight (at the time, only a few hours away) the entire country of between 1.3 and 1.4 billion people would be placed under a strict lockdown.
(John Vibes) Prince Andrew had initially made a public promise to help investigators in any way possible.
(Justin Deschamps) These days, the police catch a lot of flack. I understand why, as various constabularies enforce Deep State polices that abrogate individual rights. But from a human level, I would argue a lot of police offers joined the force because they genuinely wanted to protect and serve their communities. So what happens when, with innocent eyes, you join a corrupt institution and you discover, after having invested yourself fully, that instead of helping people you’re actually hurting them all the time, almost every day, and it’s part of the standard operating procedure? Do you think this would be devastating?
(Elias Marat) Police in the United States have quietly begun integrating advanced robots into officers’ ranks, raising alarm among civil liberties advocates and police watchdogs in the country.
(Matt Agorist) If you still have any doubt that police are here just for your protection, the following video should be enough to convince you otherwise. An entirely innocent man, Charles A. Spradlin had committed no crime, had harmed no one, and was on his own property when two Georgia State Troopers illegally stopped him, kidnapped him, and stole his vehicle. The gross violation of rights was captured on video as the two troopers discussed the various ways to accomplish their illegal goals. The trooper’s conduct is now the subject of a federal lawsuit.
(Amanda Froelich) Since the topic of police brutality became a hot button issue, many officers have gone out of their way to demonstrate that not all cops are bad. In Detroit, Michigan, for instance, an officer was spotted helping a less fortunate man shave during a rain shower.
(Matt Agorist) Most people reading this article know what it is like to have the blue and red lights pop up in your rear view mirror. The last thing going through your mind at this point is the feeling of ‘being protected.’ This feeling comes from the fact that the overwhelming majority of the time a driver sees police lights in their mirror is because they have been targeted for revenue collection—often the result of a quota system—and they are about to be given a ticket, or worse.
(Matt Agorist) In a major win for freedom, Maryland’s top court ruled this month that police can no longer stop people based on the smell of marijuana.
(Justin Gardner) The village of Bal Harbour, population 2,513, may have a tiny footprint on the northern tip of Miami Beach, but its police department had grand aspirations of going after international drug traffickers, and making a few million dollars while they were at it.
(Matt Agorist) Instead of attacking a man for filming the police officers did the exact opposite and honored their oaths to the constitution by protecting his rights. Related Police Found Complicit in Conspiracy to Cover Up Massive Child Sex Ring in Catholic Church Source – The Free Thought Project by Matt Agorist, June 30th, 2019 Filming […]