BIG TMPA NEWS!Today, TMPA released two billboards (pictured below), along Interstate 35, entering Austin, intended to…
If there are no police, that means that blacks are just allowed to kill you.
This should add a serious element of adventure to everyone’s life.
The Texas Municipal Police Association (TMPA) has put up two billboards along Interstate 35 entering Austin after the city council voted last month to cut the Austin police budget. One of them reads: “Warning! Austin defunded police. Enter at your own risk!”
The second says, “Limited support next 20 miles,” according to the association.
TMPA, the largest law enforcement association in Texas, said on Facebook it released the billboards – which include the hashtag #BacktheBlue – “to raise public awareness that Austin is a defunded city.”
Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick backed the campaign, calling them “great new billboards” in a tweet on Wednesday, while Texas Governor Greg Abbott tweeted about them with the hashtag #TexasBacksTheBlue.
Abbott has called on every Texan and candidate for public office to sign a pledge against defunding the state’s police departments and post it on social media Thursday afternoon to show support for law enforcement.
“Defunding our police departments would invite crime into our communities and put people in danger,” reads the pledge. “That is why I pledge to support any measure that discourages or stops efforts to defund police departments in Texas.”
Thank you to the Texas Municipal Police Association for these great new billboards that went up in Austin today. @austintexasgov ignored public safety and made a dangerous decision to #defundpolice #bigmistake #backtheblue #txlege pic.twitter.com/bGO8X1Hyur
— Dan Patrick (@DanPatrick) September 9, 2020
“Defunding the police” has been a focal point for protesters who have taken to the streets in recent months following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis. Some cities across the U.S. have acted on the calls, which come as part of a wider movement against racial injustice and police brutality.
Supporters have said “defunding” isn’t about doing away with all funding for police departments. The practice is often a reallocation of some money from law enforcement to other services that could help the community.
In Austin, the city council approved a $150 million cut in funding to the Austin Police Department last month, with the majority of money being redirected to other departments and social services, according to CBS Austin.
I think people don’t really understand that this is actually happening: they are actually going to remove the police from cities, and allow blacks to kill you.
That is the literal plan.
Joe Biden is promising he’ll make getting killed by black people mandatory on the federal level.
Actually, what Joe Biden said specifically was: “You can’t just go out there, it’s been 100, 400, 200 years, and in 1986, sorry, in 2006, 2009, I was in the – I was there! We have it in our grasp. Trump wants to stoke persecution, and in America, we had a, we’ve already had this. When I’m your Senator, I’ll be fighting for you, until the text continues on the next slide!”
But what he meant was that blacks have a right to kill you as revenge for white privilege and that thing with George Floyd dying from coronavirus.