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"more than four hundred officers" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"That woman wouldn't walk through the streets of her own district without security because she'd be shot to hell might steal her purse. Maybe her triple crown. We've it's a huge secondary market for fake care just like houston murders in houston's in it murder and shootings in atlanta are up forty percent while in the city are down by forty three percent as atlanta's police force remains more four hundred officers under its authorized level. You know why because cops don't want to be working in major urban areas. Where win the bad guy tries to kill them and they have to shoot back there. Call for murder where win. The bad guy has all the support of mayor in the city council in the media and the cops are in a no win situation. Leave the cities to the thugs. The thugs that are the mayor's thugs on the city council. The thug chiefs of police who have decided to take their orders from their political puppeteers. The mayor's is poor police officers. They don't even live in the cities. Anyway you know what you don't want police officers don't live in the cities where they were major cities because they know how bad the crime is worse than anybody does. the atlanta journal constitution reports atlanta. Police have investigated sixty four homicide cases this year. A fifty eight percent increase over this time last year the surge follows a historically deadly twenty twenty when authorities investigated one hundred fifty seven homicide cases the most more than two decades mayor kisha lance bottoms blamed herself black lives matter critical race theory and the media for agitating blacks to kill other people. Sorry no she didn't. She has referred to the spike in violence as cova crimewave. Let me ask you this. Did you ever during the course of the past year. Think to yourself man cove got got me really upset. I think i'm gonna go kill somebody. What what the confused. How would covert have anything to do with the crimewave. We'll blame everything else for cove it. I think it's trump's fall. Trump's one killing 'em the atlanta journal constitution reports that the city's death toll continues toll continues to mount as more jordan's get vaccinated and life returns to normal as of june atlanta's murders are up and shootings have increased by forty percent. According to the latest data overall arrests are down by forty three percent as atlanta's police force remains more than four hundred officers under.
"more than four hundred officers" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"You take please. What's the crime builds up so now. I hope that houston won't get as bad as the walkie wisconsin and didn't but It's already up there now. Nobody stops red lights anymore. Nobody's a lot of my friends. They wanna live at the city anymore and it it the city because the most racially segregated city in america which is kinda true. You got noticed that we're on the black if he got the white people and hispanic that it's all broken down the work. Zip code in. America is in milwaukee wisconsin floppy tools six. And it just it just already up there so i hope i'm not running greg. Thank you for the call buddy. You know when you look at the crime reports you see. These anecdotal cases case after case after case or black males between the ages of sixteen and thirty who are committing multiple crimes are being arrested multiple times in this revolving door. Because kim on the district attorney and the harris county district court's cannot get them out fast enough. It's a wonder when the cops call and say hey have arrested. This guy's just murdered somebody out in the fifth ward. They don't say wait there. We'll come out. We'd like to release him it. We don't want it to be bothered having to come downtown. They have a mobile pardon unit. It just send them out. Sign there dachshund. Let them get back. Y'all i'll stop arrested him. Maybe that'll be the next stop arresting them. Let them do what they wanna do. Because somehow that's good for black people. Even though even though the victims are almost always minorities somehow the black people we need to protect our the one percent that are thugs. That are terrorizing the neighborhood. Because we're we to punish these people for committing crimes against other minorities that would be anti-black. What about the victims. Whoever cares about the victims. What about those people. You never hear you never hear about black victims. Never hear the stories of black victims and what they go through ever black lives matter pump since to five years in prison for trying to set. Fire to portland polices north precinct. While people were inside go vaughn. Streeter was arrested for arson on june. Twenty sixth last year after a riot was declared outside the portland police bureau's north precinct that night. The twenty two year old man was filmed setting fire to a large dumpster which had been pushed up against the plywood attached to the buildings windows. According to officials a total of nineteen people were inside the precinct where the fire was set. Streeter. hillary pleaded guilty to one count of first degree arson and was sentenced to five years in prison along with three years of post prison supervision. Here's black lives matters. America just like houston murders and shootings in atlanta are up. By forty percent while overall arrests in the city are down by forty three percent. As atlanta's police force remains more than four hundred officers under its authorized level the atlanta journal constitution reports atlanta. Police have invested have investigated sixty four homicide cases this year. A fifty eight percent increase over this time last year the surge follows a historically deadly twenty twenty when authorities investigated one hundred fifty seven homicide cases the most in more than two decades mayor quiche lance bottoms has referred to the spike in violence as a covert crimewave way as that sounds like some sylvester turner style. Well mayor. what are you gonna do people here. Kilby each other. We all have to work together. But they're killing each other. It's other cities. No it's our city worst well as covert..
"more than four hundred officers" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Investigated one hundred fifty seven homicide cases the most in more than two decades mayor kisha lance bottoms has referred to the spike in violence as a cova crimewave. But the city's death toll continues to mount is more georgians get vaccinated in life. Richard storable as of june atlanta's murders are up and shootings have increased by forty percent. According to the latest data. Meanwhile overall arrests are down by about forty three percent as atlanta's police force remains more than four hundred officers under its authorized level. More than two hundred officers quit. The forest in two thousand twenty mini after criminal charges were filed against too involved in the deadly shooting of rayshard brooks and other officers used their tasers onto college students relaxed. Summer's protests in downtown atlanta. Another seventy five atlanta. Police officers have left since the start of the year. Records show but department leaders say morale is stabilized and they plan to hire two hundred fifty new officers in the next fiscal year. Beginning july. first. Dr karen sullivan fulton counties chief. Medical examiner said her office conducts death examinations from cities across fulton county. But most of the homicide victims they encounter are killed in atlanta anecdotally. It seems as though the complexity of the homicides is increasing years ago the vast majority of homicide cases gunshot wounds were one maybe two rarely three gunshot wounds. Now it's common for people to have been shot ten or twelve times. She said family members often have questions about how their loved ones die including how long it took them to succumb to their injuries. And whether they suffered we feel. Our job is important because not only are we determining cause and manner of death but we're able to talk to the descendants families about what happened to them being able to give people some bit of closures us while any homicide is tragic sullivan said it can be especially difficult with the victim of someone young. So many of our deaths are unnecessary. The number of killings investigated by the medical examiner's office each your rose gradually between two thousand seven two thousand nineteen but there was a sharp increase. Starting last summer data showed the number of homicides in the county fulton county jumped from one hundred eighty three in two thousand nine hundred to two hundred fifty five last year. An increase in nearly forty percent. Kisha lance bottoms is now mayor rock bottoms. I mean we have hit rock bottom in the atlanta area but this is a national story. It's not a local story. This is happening around the country In new york city alexandria. Ocasio cortez is now endorsing for mayor. A candidate who has doubled down on defunding the police even as right now of the The crime is the number one issue for voters in new york. City crime has now taken precedence over the virus vaccine in new york city.
"more than four hundred officers" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"If something i think about. But i i would probably lean towards yes but yes. You're actually you're asking questions. I would just i would give more thought to it but but i'm inclined to say yes and i'm sure that justice. Breyer will take that under advisement. Also a part she said that we have to rig the election processes from now and we can't just rely on winning elections anymore. She says especially if senate democrats are not going to pass reforms on hr one we cannot rely solely on on a wish of winning elections particularly in the senate When voting rights are under attack georgia arizona and texas across the country. And if we're not going to pass. Hr one with the preemptive clauses that roll some of that voter suppression attacks back. Yeah i believe that we should protect our supreme court and that that should absolutely be a consideration mean. We can't rely on winning elections anymore. It's probably better. If rolan rigging the destroyed strategy by which we vote in the first place meanwhile democratic governance in the city continues to be absolutely terrible statistics out of atlanta demonstrate massive in cases in homicides according to the atlanta journal constitution after historically deadly twenty twenty atlanta homicides are up nearly sixty percent in twenty twenty one it turns out. Radicalism has consequences. According to the atlanta journal constitution atlanta police have invested sixty four homicide cases in twenty twenty one a fifty percent increase over this time last year the surge follows a historically deadly twenty twenty when authorities investigated one hundred fifty seven homicide cases the most more than two decades mayor key chalance bottoms has referred to the spike in violence. Cova crimewave but the city's death toll continues to mount as more georgians get vaccinated and life returns to normal. He's wasn't a cough crimewave gang. It was a blm crimewave. Can we all know when the kremlin began. It wasn't with the beginning of covid. As of june atlanta's murders are up and shootings have increased by forty percents. According to the latest data meanwhile overall arrests down by about forty three percents as atlanta's police force remains more than four hundred officers under its authorized level. More than two hundred officers. Quit the force in two thousand twenty many. After criminal charges were filed against the two officers involved in the deadly shooting. Rayshard brooks and other officers. Who used their tasers onto college students. During last summer's protest downtown another seventy five atlanta. Police officers have left since the start of the year. Records show but department leaders say that morales stabilizing. They planned to hire two hundred fifty two officers in the next fiscal year beginning july. First except for how. That's not going to work at all because it turns out that when you take up radical grievances and destroy law enforcement community. It's very difficult to re staff. Dr karen sullivan fulton county. Medical examiner said her office conducts death examinations from cities across fulton. Most of the homicide victims they encounter are killed in atlanta remember miracle anthems was widely considered a final possibility for joe biden. Vp it and. She's presided over the mass murder increase. In her city anecdotally it seems as though the complexity of the homicides increasing solvent years ago the vast majority of homicide cases due to gunshot wounds. Were one maybe. Two rarely rarely three gunshot wounds now. It's quite common for people to have been shot ten or twelve times so things are going. Great in atlanta crime in atlanta has become central issue in this year's race for city hall especially after bottoms announced. She would not seek reelection in the fall. Some have called for buckhead residents to break away and form their own city state officials and started stepping in to address. It lands rising in crime. Homicides are up in many cities across the nation. Yeah critics believe atlanta has not done all. It could to stem the rise in violent crime. Many saw bottoms has slow response to the surgeon. Killings momentum was building opposition in november's election even before she dropped out of the race and this is happening a major cities across the country because the radicals are in control and now the democrats wished to extend that radicalism across the spectrum. Make no mistake. The doj policy pursued by the biden administration which is directed against police departments across the nation will result in fewer officers working result in less policing by the officers who work it will result in more crime. It's amazing how good intentions are for the left invariably paired with crappy results. Meanwhile you have the entire democratic party circulating around the idea. Now that they've come. The economy is falling apart right. I mean see that the economy is in serious trouble right now because we have something like nine million open jobs and three point. Five million people applying for those jobs on the three point five million jobs since the pandemic effectively ended and that is because of the data policy pushed by the biden administration and yet every day. We are going to double down. Every day. In fact now they're beginning to change their messaging. Got ezra klein over at the new york times he put out a piece today. Literally talking about how. It's good that we are paying people to stay out of the job market. It's good now. They're always going to move the goalposts. The goalposts used to look how many jobs were creating now. It's look how many jobs were not creating because you know if we pay people to stand with workforce then maybe will raise wages as a result. Good luck with all of this democrats. You break it. You bought it and you don't have to kick around anymore so certain point you're gonna have to start to govern. Good luck to you already. We'll be back here later today with an additional hour of content. In the meantime go check out. The michael knowles show. Today he discusses youtube censoring sitting. United states senator. You can hear more details about that story over on michaels show that is available right. This moment i'm ben shapiro. This.
Atlanta Mayor Delivers 2021 State Of The City Address
"Atlanta kisha lance bottoms announced a plan to hire two hundred fifty new police officers in the next fiscal year. Beginning july first. The mayor made her remarks. During wednesday's virtual state of the city address. The speech was prerecorded on march. twenty third. Bottom speech focused heavily on issues. Certain to be at the heart of this year's mayoral election including administration's response to crime affordable housing homelessness the pandemic and the social unrest last summer. The mayor faces a challenge this year from atlanta city council president felicia moore who has served more than two decades on the city council and has said crime would be her top priority. As mayor bottom said ninety police recruits are currently in the pipeline. And that she is working with the city council to enact a retention bonus for officers. The department is about four hundred officers under its authorized level.
"more than four hundred officers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"more than four hundred officers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"more than four hundred officers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"more than four hundred officers" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Welcome back. Jason show. Nice to have you with us this afternoon. And the mayor of Memphis has made it pretty clear that he believes Memphis has momentum. Momentum. What is momentum? Momentum is could be momentum to disaster could be momentum to something great could be anything in between. It's momentum. We have momentum of people leaving Memphis moving to other places. We have local and national statewide. We have a mental of of consistently failing your kids. The mayor says that our momentum is moving in the right direction with crime, even though it may not feel like it. All right. I'll let you tell me what you think about that five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three to do. We actually have momentum. As the mayor is saying, do you believe that we have momentum five three five nine seven three to Joe, you're on the Ben Ferguson show. Thanks for waiting. Hi. How are you doing? Well, sir. We got momentum. He says Memphis has momentum. Do we have the right type of momentum? Well, the momentum is exodus fan and going to the I wanted to address the dropping crime rate. What have you if if you're the keeper of the castle, and the numbers anything can drop you can check with the chamber of commerce and see how they feel about the drop in violent crime. I think they'd feel differently right now with with what's happened to them in the past several months, but when when burger is your reported as vandalism and five five break ins of vehicles on the same parking garage. Or a reported is one it's easy to control the numbers and get that crime rate. Police officers interesting you brought that up if said to me Ben that a lot of the they said a lot of the crimes have been reported like basically when there's a community crime as you described it as a as a break in of multiple apart. Or that they can the numbers can be fudged to give you the statistics that you want. I've had police officers. Tell me that a great example as I said, it's the the number of car break-ins has been out of control now for well. Over a year. It is rampant the number break-ins. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. There's no doubt that is the truth, and it continues to go on and until until they train these young officers. And it's not the young officers fault that they don't know how to do it or they're not getting a push the drive to do it. The only way to police this crime police it in these streets when you say these outlaws running one two three four five defense vehicle. Stop them. Check them got guns. Even if the state law says they have them in their car. There's nothing in the state law says you can't take those guns give him a receipt. Ella more. They're gonna be filed. I'm not talking about people that have concealed carry legitimate business. People legitimate citizens just trying to protect themselves. I'm talking about the gangsters that are out here rolling constantly all over the city vehicles, Robin Schouten killing people just without without a moment's thought. And we can take those guns law enforcement. Can you? So they know the guns going to where it's supposed to be going the property room. And let them worry about getting them back. Gotta have policing in the street. You can't you can't police from the tower and being in charge of the numbers. Can't do. It doesn't work. You know, this was something can happen a couple of weeks ago, but Nevis police and the fire unions have actually proposed a tax increase to restore their slash health and pension benefits. They are not letting this fight go in the Memphis fire association, the Memphis police association, they held us joint press conference. Where the two unions have been pushing for a half cent sales tax increase publicly I met with with some of them last year. They started this last year in February of eighteen this is the best way. We can we can come up with the spread with that spreads the burden over the largest number of people that will have the least impact on the citizens of Memphis yet provide the biggest bang for their buck is what the as what NPD said the group place plays files with one hundred forty thousand signatures out to sea, then transport them to city hall. The signatures were the result of a summer long campaign. The absence sales tax would restore benefits that have been reduced in years passer. Firefighters and police officers in the city of Memphis. There are also be money left over they say that they would give the pre K funding and street maintenance, if there is money left over I guess the union believes fifty two million could be raised which would be enough to restore slash healthcare and pension benefits for their to their two thousand fourteen levels now union. Leader said the current benefits are subpar and pushing police officers and firefighters with a few year experience out the door, which is true in Richardson rates are massive NPD president Mike Williams says yeah, the recruiting, but when you have all the experience, it's leaving the city. That's something that systems don't deserve. They deserve quality experience. Police and fire personnel mayor Jim Strickland's office released a statement saying the city of Memphis is not currently generate enough revenue to afford a return to a defined benefit plan for all its employees. That's why we originally had to shift our benefits to keep the city financially sound over the last three years, we've improved employee pay benefits and the promotion process for both both members fire and police hiring more than four hundred officers and three hundred firefighters we have account. We have a compliment in Memphis fire of one thousand seven hundred seventy two and we are currently at seventeen twenty five. In addition. We have one hundred three firefighters who have left other departments from all over the country to join our department in August two thousand and. Seventeen just before the first graduating class, it was a product of our big recruiting push. We had one thousand nine hundred nine officers today. We have two thousand seventeen we will reach twenty one hundred this year continuing your climb towards twenty three hundred by the end of twenty twenty. In addition. We have ninety one p t's bottom line. We have improved recruitment and retention of Memphis fire and police we still have more work to do. But we definitely have a minimum. Translation, we don't want this tax increase. That's what the mayor's office quickly saying in that statement five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three two. It's been Ferguson show a lot more on this coming up wanna tell you real quick though. About.