Former Detroit Police Chief beats Chicago Mayor Lightfoot and different “liberal mayors” over crime wave

Former Detroit Police Chief James Craig, who is also a Republican candidate for Michigan governor, has reported “misguided liberal mayors” on Fox News Channel’s “Justice With Judge Jeanine” because of the rise in violent crime in most major cities America’s beaten up.

Craig highlighted mayors like Lori Lightfoot in Chicago and Muriel Bowser in Washington DC, who “still forget that our cops across the country are demoralized. You don’t feel supported. “

Craig has spoken out against far-left Democrats who are campaigning for the disempowerment of the police.

“Our cops across the country – except Detroit – are demoralized.” – Former Detroit Police Chief James Craig talks about his 44-year career in law enforcement and how we honor our men and women in law enforcement and can respect

– Jeanine Pirro (@JudgeJeanine) July 25, 2021

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Protection from criminals

During an interview with Judge Jeanine Pirro, Craig called on the Democrats to protect criminals without thinking about victims of violent crime.

He said, “You protect the criminals. And you know what’s sad, they don’t talk to victims, to families. People who live in vulnerable neighborhoods and need the police. They don’t care. They care more about these criminals. ”

He compared liberal mayors to stubborn personalities like former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

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“Look, I’m a citizen police advocate, that’s me. But we need to get back to proactive policing. You talked about Rudy Giuliani. You talked about Bill Bratton. This is how it works. ”

Elected officers who want to invalidate the police should first hire social workers for their personal security details. Https://

– Chief James Craig (@chiefjamescraig) July 27, 2021

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Crime wave in the USA

It’s no secret that violent crime has increased dramatically in the United States.

The BBC reports that in the first three months of 2021, the number of murders increased by 18% compared to the same point in time in 2020. Worst of all is Chicago, with murders alone up 15% and double what it was two years ago.

In New York, there were around 200 murders in the Big Apple by mid-June, a 13% increase over the previous year. The number of shootings increased 38% from January 1 to July 4 compared to 2020.

Chief Craig also named Squad member Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO), recently revealed through campaign papers that spent $ 70,000 on security while being one of the staunch advocates of defusing the police.

This is what Craig had to say about those who want security for themselves but not for their constituents: “… and like I said, like I said about Cori Bush, since it’s a defounded reinvention, how about if.” You do that? Put a social worker on your detail, just do it … “

Riots began in cities across America, and the Democratic leadership rioted, burned, and failed their cities. I couldn’t imagine this happening in the city I grew up in, the city I love, the city of Detroit. So I did what any good, strong leader should do to solve the problem.

– Chief James Craig (@chiefjamescraig) July 6, 2021

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Craig has a strong case for blaming the Democrats.

After a weak attempt by the Democrats to create the impression that it was the Republicans who were calling for the police to be defused, the Republican Study Committee compiled tweets and video clips showing Democrats actively advocating for the police to be defused.

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