August 15, 2017

USA: All Of You On The Left, Including The Media, Remind Me Of The Movie Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978). Progressive Clones! You're Totally Creeping Me Out.

I'm so done with these reporters. The media doesn't care about Americans. The media only cares about pushing their Progressive Utopia clone agenda.

There are only maybe like 3,000 White Supremacist, KKK members in America, out of 325.6 Million Americans. The media keeps giving them relevance. 
Of the 62 departments that reported data, 32 said the number of homicides has risen and 35 said there were more aggravated assaults.

Chicago’s data showed it was about on the same pace as 2016 and still leads the country, with 328 people killed in the first six months of this year. It added nearly 100 more in July and early August, with the total at 423 as of Aug. 11, according to local news reports.

“The good news to take from that is Chicago isn’t getting worse,” said Ames Grawert, counsel at the Brennan Center Justice Program. “But the bad news is that it’s not getting better. You are not seeing the numbers fall back to earth yet.”

Homicides in Baltimore were up 24 percent, with 170 killed from January to June. By Aug. 7, the number hit 211 homicides — with two people fatally shot during a community-organized cease-fire weekend.

Other cities reporting significant homicide increases this year include Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina; Columbus, Ohio; Kansas City; Nashville, Tennessee; New Orleans; Philadelphia; and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

“The uptick in murders is a continuation of the violent crime wave seen over the past several years,” said Justice Department spokesman Drew Hudson.

The suspected reasons for the upticks vary. The Justice Department points to gang conflicts, such as those surrounding the drug trade and heroin and opioid use, as its biggest obstacle in addressing homicides.

“A challenging priority for the Department of Justice is dismantling the criminal gangs, which function as the street-level drug distribution networks for transnational drug cartels and fuel much of the violence in our country through turf wars and violent drug trafficking,” Mr. Hudson said.

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