FBI Director Links Spike In Crime To Cops Fear Of Doing Their Jobs…


FBI director James Comey lent credence to a controversial theory Friday when he said during a speech in Chicago that violent crime has spiked in many big U.S. cities this year because police officers are worried that performing their policing duties puts them at risk of being accused of a crime themselves.

This article ties into another discussion of the Department of Justice which has focused on attacking Americans as their first priority.



That’s not the only reason. The Justice Department is also releasing thousands of convicts early, more illegal immigrants being released and a bolder attitude in some very dangerous neighborhoods.

Also doesn’t help with mayors like de Blasio ending the “stop and frisk” policy.