BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS: Number of Police Killed in Targeted Attacks Has Doubled Since Democrat-Sanctioned Anti-Police Protests in 2020
Black Lives Matter-Antifa mobs caused over one billion dollars in damages in cities across America since May. In Minneapolis alone, Black Lives Matter mobs damaged or destroyed over 1,500 businesses or buildings.
Over 700 police officers were injured in the BLM riots — and that was back in June!
Black Lives Matter was linked to conservatively 91% of the riots that resulted in the most expensive property damage in US insurance history
Democrats incited the Black Lives Matter mobs for months as they destroyed communities across the country.
Dozens of Democrats at the time, including Nancy Pelosi, AOC and Maxine Waters, called to defund the police.
Here’s a montage of DOZENS of Democrats calling to Defund the Police.
The AP reported:
The shooting deaths of two Connecticut officers and wounding of a third punctuated an especially violent week for police across the U.S. and fit into a grim pattern: Even as more officers left their jobs in the past two years, the number targeted and killed rose.
According to organizations that track violence against police, 56 officers have been killed by gunfire this year — 14% more than this time last year and about 45% ahead of 2020′s pace. The country is on track for the deadliest year since 67 officers were killed in 2016.
While the figures include a few officers killed by accidental gunfire, the number of ambushes in which police were injured or killed in surprise attacks with little chance to defend themselves has soared since 2020 and accounts for nearly half the officers killed this year.
Such an attack apparently struck Wednesday in Bristol, Connecticut, where the state police said Bristol Police Sgt. Dustin Demonte and Officer Alex Hamzy were killed and Officer Alec Iurato was wounded when they responded to a 911 call that appears to have been “a deliberate act to lure law enforcement to the scene.”
At least 11 police officers were shot around the country this week, including one fatally in Greenville, Mississippi, and another in Las Vegas.