Seattle’s idea to support the Black Lives Matter movement includes resigning Black Police officers and pushing the city’s Black Police Chief to resign, radio host Jason Rantz told the Guy Benson Show on Thursday. Fox News Radio.
“Welcome to Seattle, where Black Lives Matter means shooting all of these Black officers and then finishing the Black Police Chief in a position that is generally dominated by White men,” he said.
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Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best announced his resignation Tuesday, saying he “can not do it”; anymore and admitting, “I’m done.”
“The [city] the council gave us $ 1.6 million to make sure we hire the best, brightest and most diverse and we brought them in, “Best said. And less than a year later, we will return it all. It feels very suspicious. I have my convictions. I can not do it “
Seattle City Council decided to reallocate the department’s budget to fund community programs in an effort to address the violence, a move Rantz said is unlikely to improve anything.
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“They are community organizations that ostensibly this time … they will actually address some of the root causes of the violence and crime we have seen,” he said. “They automatically assume that simply by cutting off all these officers and immediately investing money in these programs we will see immediate results. Which, of course, we know will not happen.”
One of those organizations victimized by the relocation, Rantz said, was the Seattle Navigation Team, which cleans homeless campgrounds.
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“So because we actually clean up these places, where we do not allow people to live in their filth, surrounded by not only human waste but also used needles, this is supposedly inhumane for this council,” he said. “Not only do we have to see a homeless increase in the house … but we will see an increase in all the crime that is very clearly related to it.”