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President Trump’s Executive Order Blocks Up to $1.5 Billion in Federal Grants From Police Agencies That Refuse ‘Reform’

The White House is apparently getting behind the “defund the police” movement.

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Although President Trump likes to pay lip service to “law and order,” it seems his administration is caving to the Black Lives Matter crowd demanding for law enforcement agencies to be restructured.

An executive order signed into existence by President Trump on Tuesday will block up to $1.5 billion in federal grant money for police agencies that refuse to institute reform. The White House is putting their own spin on de-funding the police with this proposal.

The order sets up a federalized credentialing and certification program of sorts, forms a national database that tracks cops and their use-of-force complaints, and creates co-responder programs that would hamstring cops during supposedly non-violent police calls. The certification program and national misconduct database will be tied to grant money issued by the DOJ’s Office of Justice (OJP).

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If police agencies refuse to go along with the charade of national reform, they could lose up to $1.511 billion in grant money. This is how the White House plans to coerce law enforcement to go along with reforms endorsed by far-left social justice warriors.

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“All Americans mourn by your side. Your loved ones will not have died in vain,” Trump said in the Rose Garden earlier today. “We are one nation. We grieve together. And we heal together.”

“Basically, we’re going to be talking about things that we’ve been watching and seeing for the last month, and we’re going to have some solutions, some good solutions,” Trump added.

Trump even met with attorney Lee Merritt, the race huckster who has maintained throughout Trump’s presidency that he is a racist white supremacist who hates black people.

“I can never imagine your pain or the depth of your anguish, but I can promise to fight for justice for all of our people. And I gave a commitment to all of those families today,” Trump said after his meeting with Merritt and the families of black people who died during or shortly following a police encounter.

Even though Trump is hamstringing them, he still paid lip service to law enforcement during a time in which they are under unprecedented attack.

“Without police, there is chaos,” Trump said.

“They’re very tiny. I use the word tiny,” the president said regarding bad officers on the force. “It’s a very small percentage. But nobody wants to get rid of them more than the really good and great police officers.”

In spite of his rhetoric, Trump’s move could weaken and de-fund police departments nationwide. The law-and-order president seems to be flinching under pressure from the violent, radical Left.

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Biden Shadow Secretary of State Urged Support of Iraq War in 2002

Meet the new boss, the same as the old boss.

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Joe Biden is yet to be certified as the President-elect, but that hasn’t stopped from from touting tentative cabinet picks.

Without exception, his cabinet appears to be largely liberal globalists with a lengthy track record of supporting the failed policy proposals of the 2000’s and 1990’s.

Biden’s Secretary of State pick, Antony Blinken, urged the then-Delaware Senator to support the disastrous Iraq War as a policy advisor to Biden in 2002.

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Blinken would go on to create an establishment political consulting company that secured cozy lobbying deals with Big Tech and a pharmaceutical giant during Donald Trump’s presidency.

Journalist Glen Greenwald pointed to Blinken as a textbook example of a neoliberal corporate Democrat, infamous for touting a Beltway elite agenda largely disliked by the general public. In similar fashion to neocon warhawk John Bolton, it appears that Blinken’s support for the most disastrous foreign policy mistake in American history isn’t going to prevent him from sauntering into the avenues of power, if he ends up getting confirmed as a President Biden’s Secretary of State.

Blinken would go on to support Barack Obama’s disastrous regime change operation in the 2011 Libyan Civil War, setting up the North African country for a decade of instability and eventually becoming a trafficking hub for exploited migrants seeking to reach Europe. Blinken was a National Security Advisor to the Vice President at the time.

If Biden ends up getting inaugurated, President Donald Trump will become the first US president in decades not to engage the United States in a new foreign conflict in office. (Bill Clinton and Barack Obama instigated US involvement in wars in Yugoslavia and Libya respectively.

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