By: Diane Benjamin
The left is famous for “never enough”. Whatever goals they achieve they want more. The local police were supposedly so bad a civilian police review board (PSCRB) had to be established. It took forever before they investigated one complaint – they determined the police did nothing wrong. They had meetings, printed flyers and brochures, and begged the public for cases. No minutes for 2020 have been posted, at least January should be. All meetings since February have been cancelled. https://www.cityblm.org/government/advanced-components/documents/-folder-1809
Last night’s meeting was short and would have been a lot shorter if aldermen comments about George Floyd weren’t included. Donna Boelen joined late due to technical difficulties, she probably missed all the comments by the others. Since the comments had just ended by the time she joined, she didn’t offer any.
Jenn Carrillo was not on video. That is because instead of her face, viewers would have seen a Black Lives Matter sign. Mboka Mwilambwe wasn’t on video either, I don’t know why.
There was close to 100% of people of all colors outraged at the officers involved with the murder of George Floyd. All four have been charged and could spend the rest of their lives in prison. One of the officers involved was on his third shift ever. Another one had only been on the force for 4 days. Was the real problem the inability to not stand up to a superior officer? Can the local officers stand up to superiors? https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/05/us/minneapolis-officers-background-george-floyd-trnd/index.html
Before you hear the opinions of the Alderman, go back to the email sent by the NCHS’s Assistant Principal who spelled out the Black Lives Matter demands. She obviously copied this from somewhere: https://blnnews.com/2020/06/04/another-reason-to-home-school/
Are the alderman comments supporting the above or are they just ignorant of the facts?
When is Not In Our Town going to condemn the hate of Jenn Carrillo and Jeff Crabill against Sheriff Sandage? Crabill agreed (on Facebook) with the Carrillo statement on why she didn’t attend the NAACP event yesterday with the police chiefs and sheriff condemning police brutality. Carrillo and Crabill don’t want discussions? (speaks volumes about the true intentions) https://blnnews.com/2020/06/08/jenn-carrillo-using-the-incite-violence-playbook/
Tari’s comments start at 8:00, Each Ward representative followed in order. I’m not going to do YOUR homework for you – listen to them yourself. Many, including Renner, are up for election next year.
One mentioned voting in November for the changes you wants to see. Do you want the above?
Decisions aren’t being made based on facts. All police can not be condemned because of a few bad ones.