Latest in a series of posts about the Bethlehem Police
ref: What’s missing in LVGNA’s march to victory? et al
- Gadfly’s assault on LVGNA shows immense bias on his part.
- And a lack of common sense: Tuesday was precisely the right night to call in, the time to influence council before they offered amendments.
- And some naivete: just because 2 council members may have said 2 weeks before that they would not defund the police doesn’t mean that they would not have 4 votes to do so.
- Hey, Waldron pulled a tricky maneuver, diffusing call-ins by announcing at the beginning that there were no amendments.
- I think he [Gadfly] has been sucker-punched by the BLM agenda to destroy America. A majority of those scary July 7th speakers subscribe to that BLM agenda.
- Yeah, and that husband and wife that keep calling in are avowed Marxists.
- I thought so.
- Marxism is totally unacceptable.
- I think Gadfly is basically a good guy, I just don’t see how he goes along with mantras like “What do we want — Dead cops” or “Pigs in a blanket.”
- There’s a lot of ignorance: police do not kill black criminals at a higher rate than whites, and no one is talking about black on black crime which kills 90% of blacks—they focus on a limited number of blacks killed by police instead of addressing the inner city drug culture & fatherless households & crime.
- Don’t forget that Blacks themselves don’t want a reduced police presence in their neighborhoods by an 80% poll preference.
- So the Neighbors have every right to be concerned.
- No question the George Floyd thing was awful but that occurs to white & Hispanics as well and particularly when they resist arrest or are juiced up on drugs like Floyd was.
- The Neighbors were civil, how about the guy from Broad St that screamed at the top of his lungs, he . . .