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Top Law Enforcement Group Oppose Calls To ‘defund The Police’

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America’s National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) is the largest organization of law enforcers that has been fighting, not only the bad guys in the streets, but also leftist wokes that want to disrupt societal order.

The group expressed their opposition to calls for police defunding on the day of George Floyd’s death anniversary. Using his personal account, the FOP’s national vice president Joe Gamaldi tweeted “Defund the police is not a rational, nor reasonable policy position. Murders surging in every city who was foolish enough to try. Anyone who continues to bluster on this…answer the real question of whether you care about your community or just want to score political points?”

The FOP’s official page shared a similar sentiment, citing the record-setting murder rates in Chicago, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, Philadelphia, Portand and Washington D.C.

“Any guesses of what these cities have in common? In addition to having some elected officials that don’t do their jobs, the leadership in all of these cities turned the keys over to the ‘Defund the Police’ mob”

Joe Gamaldi is well-known for his staunch support for the men and women of the police force. Back in 2019, after a drug-bust operation in Houston which led to a shoot out that badly injured four officers, Houston police organized a press conference and Gamaldi delivered a speech and issued some fighting words.

“We are sick and tired of having dirtbags trying to take our lives. And if you’re the ones that are out there spreading the rhetoric that police officers are the enemy—well, just know, we’ve all got your number now,” said Gamaldi.

Recently, at the newly-named George Floyd Square, a gunshot was heard and the police instantly came to the rescue. One individual was hurt by the driveby shooting and was brought to the hospital immediately. Good thing not many people got hurt, imagine if there were no cops around to respond to the terrifying situation.

The Minneapolis Police Department sent an email to The Hill to expound on what happened earlier:

“On Tuesday morning at 10:09 AM, the Minneapolis police department responded to the 3800 block of Elliott Avenue south on a report of the sound of shots fired,” the statement said.

“Information received from callers was that a suspect vehicle was last seen leaving the area at a high rate of speed. A short period of time later, an individual showed up at Abbott Northwestern Hospital suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim has been transported to Hennepin County Medical Center for treatment. It is believed that the injury is non-life-threatening. This is an evolving incident. No further information is available at this time,” the statement clarified.

Our world is a dangerous place right now and this is the best time to empower our men and women in blue, instead of trying to dismantle the force.

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