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North Carolina Police Officer Viciously Beaten as Onlookers Laugh, Film for 11 Minutes

Passerbys stood by and laughed.

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A Robeson County, North Carolina police officer had to be airlifted to a hospital after being brutally beaten in an altercation with a criminal suspect that lasted for eleven minutes. The lengthy struggle was captured on camera by a man who refused to assist the officer in the apprehension of the suspect, instead opting to laugh, taunt and cheer on the vicious beating as he filmed it.

27-year old Officer Michael Sale of the Rowland Police Department was airlifted to a hospital after reportedly suffering fractured bones in the face during a lengthy 11-minute struggle. Sale was supposedly responding to a report of a disturbance of the peace when he encountered Jamel Alphonso Rogers. When Sale attempted to detain Rogers, the two men began a fight that would continue for more than ten minutes.

Officer Sale asks the man filming the brutal struggle to intervene, but he doesn’t expressing his disdain for police and at times even cheering on the thug brutally beating the police officer.

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Let him whoop his a**! Don’t let that man take you to f****** jail.

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Officer Sale was apparently the only police officer on duty in his rural community during the altercation, preventing him from calling for backup during the struggle.

Most shockingly, the officer lost possession of his firearm at one point in the fight, placing himself in serious danger with the thug attacking him.

Rogers was eventually subdued and detained, and he’s facing some serious criminal charges as a result of his fight with the police. He’s being charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intentions to kill while inflicting serious injuries, kidnapping and two counts of resisting a public officer.

Fortunately, Rowland Police Chief Hubert B. Graham is describing the video footage as evidence for criminal proceedings against Rogers. Hubert describes himself as “thankful for the video because it pretty much proves my case for my officer.

Welcome to a low-trust society, in which significant segments of the public trusts in no authority and views itself as above the law.

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SURPRISE: America’s Most Corrupt Cities are Overwhelmingly Democratic

People would be wise to avoid major cities these days.

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According to a report by the University of Illinois-Chicago’s Department of Political Science, “Chicago is the most corrupt federal judicial district in the nation” due to how it has the most “total number of public corruption convictions.” They used data that the Department of Justice compiled since 1976.

The report was published on February 22, 2021, which lists America’s top 15 most corrupt judicial districts. Nick Kangadis of MRCTV disclosed a list of the 15 most corrupt districts:

“The judicial districts and their primary cities are ranked as follows: Illinois-Northern (Chicago), California-Central (Los Angeles), New York-Southern (Manhattan), Florida-Southern (Miami), District of Columbia, New Jersey (Newark), Pennsylvania-Eastern (Philadelphia), Ohio-Northern (Cleveland), Virginia-Eastern (Richmond) and New York-Eastern (Brooklyn).”

Kangadis found one trend that stood out among the cities studied. In particular, the overwhelming trend was Democrat control of the majority of cities. From 1976 until to 2019, these cities were predominantly led by Democrats.

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MRCTV found the following data points:

 

  • Besides Miami, Fla., who has officially had five Republican mayors since 1976, no other city in their respective judicial district has had more than two Republican mayors since 1976.
  • Out of the 43 possible mayoral years between 1976 and 2019, Democrat mayors have held office in Miami, Fla. for 28 years, or 65 percent of said years.
  • Cleveland and New York City are the only other cities that have had more than one Republican as mayor since 1976. During that time, Democrats have held mayoral office in Cleveland 27 of the 43 studied years, or nearly 62 percent. Democrats in New York City, if you count the years Michael Bloomberg held office as a Republican, held the mayor’s office 28 out of the 43 studied years, or 65 percent.
  • Out of the 430 total number of years, 10 districts multiplied by 43 studied years, Democrats held office for 374 total years, or roughly 87 percent of the time.
  • New York City is the only city listed twice on the list. Since the city has multiple burroughs, both Manhattan (3rd) and Brookyln (10th) are among the most corrupt U.S. judicial districts.

There’s a growing divide in America between Blue states and red states, along with blue cities and red cities. The blue jurisdictions are known for their woke policies and overall disrespect towards American principles of order and freedom, while red jurisdictions at least try to preserve American heritage. 

During the George Floyd riots, many Americans saw firsthand how derelict some blue areas became when it came to law enforcement, which spurred sane Americans to search for more orderly political climes in other states. These figures from the DOJ should serve as a reminder as to why the U.S. should probably consider some form of negotiated decentralization arrangement and allow for states and cities to have more autonomy.

Some of the differences in America are becoming irreconcilable, and will result in further polarization and potential hot conflict. Policymakers would be wise to find ways to wall off red states from the rest of blue America.

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