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Minnesota Voters Reject Rep. Omar Backed Measure to Abolish Police Department

56% of Minnesota voters rejected the amendment which called to replace the city’s police department with a “Department of Public Safety”



Rep. Ilhan Omar

Minnesota’s Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar and Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison are licking their wounds after an incredibly progressive ballot measure to rid the city of its police force was rejected by voters.

56% of Minnesota voters rejected the amendment which called to replace the city’s police department with a “Department of Public Safety.” The department would not be required to employ police officers at all. Rather, social workers, healthcare workers, violence interrupters and specialized individuals who are trained to work with addiction, mental health crises and homelessness would make up the department.

On October 26, ‘Squad’ member Rep. Omar tweeted her support of the measure writing, “The election next week in Minneapolis is no less than a fight of hope vs. fear, of maintaining a broken status quo that killed George Floyd or taking the path of reform. Let’s remember what got us here: the Minneapolis Police Department killed a man, George Floyd, in broad daylight.”

Minneapolis’ liberal city council voted to dismantle its police department in June; it also approved a measure to cut the police budget. Over the last year, violent crime has surged in the city. Local ABC affiliate KSTP-TV reported in 2021, gun-related injuries have surged 26%, homicides have increased 16%, robberies have ticked up 5% and aggravated assaults spiked nearly 3% year-over-year.

National Review reports that “the ballot initiative was pushed by Yes 4 Minneapolis, a coalition of more than 50 liberal and leftist groups, including racial justice and black-liberation organizations, labor unions, advocates for sex workers and the homeless, the American Civil Liberties Union, a young Democrats group, and at least two local socialist organizations.”

The Minneapolis Star-Tribune rejected the progressive ballot measure and urged residents to vote down the initiative. The media outlet wrote it provides “simply no plan for public safety in Minnesota’s largest city.”

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  1. Timothy Joines

    November 4, 2021 at 11:47 am

    Omar and Ellis need to be rejected by the voters!

    • scott pettrow

      November 8, 2021 at 4:54 am

      Hopefully the 2022 midterms will see her butt go away! Soooo sick of her and her nonsense to change this country! If she doesn’t like it here, go back home! Gotta love that these idiots come here to our country and want to make it just like the ass-backwards country they just left! Stay there if you love it so much! NO muslims should be in our government here. I’m sorry, their ideology and ways of handling things are definitely NOT one we want here!

  2. Anthony Seats

    November 4, 2021 at 12:55 pm

    I wish they would have voted the police out. Then after all the killings and other crimes jumped by about 200% let’s see who they blamed then.

  3. Robin Rouleau

    November 4, 2021 at 4:28 pm

    With the percentage of police fatalities in the line of work is equivalent for erroneous deaths police are related to. The rise in crime is purely factual evidence that diminishing policy and force is at large a social detriment to society where ever the diminishing occurs.

    These progressives live in a fantasy world of idealism and not reality that is the real threat and fear American’s need to be aware of presently.

  4. Ron Pribyl

    November 4, 2021 at 4:41 pm

    Who is funding all of these leftist groups?

    • Jeakwon Damarcus

      November 5, 2021 at 12:16 am

      George Soros and the same Jewish organizations that are 90% of the funding for BLM and Antifa.

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Sara Carter speaks from UAW picket line: ‘None of them actually bought’ Biden’s visit



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Sara Carter joined Sean Hannity from the picket line after President Joe Biden’s “brief” few minutes of support with the United Auto Workers strike in Michigan. Biden spent a “whopping 12 minutes with those UAW workers outside the plant today” said Carter.

“And I can tell you the time I spent with hundreds of workers walking up and down that line it was stunning to see how they had turned on the administration none of them actually bought the visit they thought it was more political than it was supportive” she added about her discussions with workers on the ground.

“It’s all about votes, trying to get votes” said one worker. “It’s a show” said another. Individuals also lamented “they didn’t forget about us During the pandemic. We were building cars and trucks, we were working” only to be left behind now.

Carter said it was evident that immediately after the brief show of “support” Biden immediately left, and got straight on his plane to head to Silicon Valley for a fundraiser.

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