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As crime escalates in some of America’s largest Democrat-run cities, politicians in the same party continue to press for defunding of law enforcement across the country. But according to recent nationwide poll, three-fourths of Americans would like to see additional police officers on the streets.
The latest USA Today/Ipsos poll revealed that President Joe Biden and Democrats are not pushing popular policy when it comes to Americans’ safety and well-being.
“In the survey, 7 in 10 supported increasing police department budgets; 77% said they would like additional police officers deployed on street patrols,” the USA Today/Ipsos poll disclosed. “And 62% also said some of the police budgets should be used to fund community policing.”
Dems’ push for unsafe streets
Statistics prove that fewer police on the streets equals more crime – but Democrats across the nation appear to be ignoring that reality. Many of them have attempted to portray police officers – not criminals – as the problem on Americas’ streets. And White House press secretary Jen Psaki recently claimed that it is Republicans – not Democrats – who have pushed to defund the police. …