In the spring of 2020 war was declared against police all across the nation. Lining up against them were Democratic politicians, BLM, Hollywood, The NBA, and Tech giants among others.
The manpower shortage caused many police departments to quit going to every crime scene.
One guy in California had his car stolen and the police set an appointment to take down the report on November 1st, 2032. But he realized later that was the day California set him up for an MRI on his knee.
The results have been devastating as the murder rate has climbed by the highest amount of any year in the past one hundred. 1990 murders committed in urban centers over the past year for a percentage increase of 33%.
That is an incredible number.
Part of the problem is the number of police officers that have been cut in liberal cities and partially due to the fact that officers who remain do not want to take chances on being prosecuted for murder, even when it is in self-defense.
The United States has just recorded its highest increase in rates of homicide in modern history, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Provisional data from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, released early Wednesday, suggest the homicide rate for the United States rose 30% between 2019 and 2020. It is the highest increase recorded in modern history — and confirms through public health data a rise in homicides that so far had been identified only through crime statistics.
The previous largest increase in the US homicide rate was a 20% rise recorded from 2000 to 2001 because of the September 11 terror attacks, according to NCHS.
“It is the largest increase in 100 years,” Robert Anderson, chief of the mortality statistics branch at NCHS, said.
“The only larger increase since we’ve been recording these data occurred between 1904 and 1905, and that increase was most likely — at least partly — the result of better reporting,” Anderson told CNN. “We had states being added to what we refer to as the death registration areas, so we were counting deaths in more areas over time. We didn’t have all states reporting until 1933.”