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Between historic surges in violent crime, frequent calls to “defund the police,” and a deluge of soft-on-crime policies emanating from the Democratic Party on a regular basis, President Joe Biden’s recent signing of an executive order that ostensibly advances “effective” policing and strengthens “public safety” likely came as a relief to many Americans.
But sadly, like far too many other Biden policy initiatives, the language surrounding the executive order is wildly misleading. In reality, “Advancing Effective, Accountable Policing and Criminal Justice Practices to Enhance Public Trust and Public Safety,” signed by Biden on May 25, does more to appease far-left priorities than it does to reduce crime, improve policing, or make our communities safer — and it should sound the alarm for every American who cares about our nation’s heroic men and women in law enforcement.
The Biden executive order is problematic for three primary reasons:
First, it was intentionally designed to bypass Congress and impose extreme anti-police policies onto the nation by way of executive fiat.
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