A story about twin cities: the danger behind the demands of the police in the United States!

You can only fall in love with the city of Minneapolis in Minnesota. The combination of ancient and contemporary architecture, art shows, music festivals and farmers' markets give a sense of culture, calm and exclusivity. Property finder

In recent years, Twin Cities, Minneapolis and Saint Paul have moved to the American Midwest as a major business capital, opening the door to many big companies for moving to these vibrant districts their headquarters.

Then it all changed. The once peaceful town was a nightmare for its residents, forcing them to move to the suburbs.

Following the death of George Floyd while in police detention in May 2020, a number of protests broke out in Minneapolis. A wave of violence flashed over the safe city when gunshots were fired, companies plundered, public and private buildings were set on fire, and police officers targeted.

Lead by the movements of the Black Lives Matter and Antifa, thousands of Americans marched throughout the country. In many cities, such as Atlanta, Louisville, Portland, Los Angeles, New York and Washington, tensions were flagrant and violent.

Laws used tear gas, rubber bullets, stun grenades and curfews to disperse violence groups of protestors and prevent clashes. Due to civil unrest, the National Guard was activated in several states.

In the name of racial justice and anti-police brute efforts, left-leaning progressive politicians, activists and university students, who call for changes to law enforcement policies and strategies, have raised the idea of defeating or even abolishing the police.

As anti-police sentiment spread across the country, several far-left media agencies in the US have played their role in stimulating the anger and hate of blue men and women through their focus on what they call "systematic racism."

Black Lives Matter launched an application to defund the police nationally and to invest money to help them prosper in mostly African American communities.

According to the introduction to the petition "George Floyd's violent death was a breach—an all-too-known reminder that law enforcement is not protecting or saving our lives for Black people. Often they threaten them and take them."

Representative Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, a progressive, expressed concern that US police services are at no return point and cannot be reformed. She wrote in a message on Twitter: "I'm finished with those who condone the government-funded assassination. No more police, imprisonment and militarisation."

Representative from New York, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, told her colleague Instagram about the difference between white and colored people living in America: Instagram. "White community backwardness to find alternatives to imprisonment for their loved ones, such as community service or rehabilitation or restorative measures, to 'protect their future.' Why don't we treat Black people and Brown like that?"

As a result of these events and developments, Americans have faced a vicious cycle of crime for the past 13 months. In the meantime, many police officers withdraw or resign.

According to the FBI crime reports in 2020, the number of killings in the United States increased by 25 percent in comparison to the previous year. More than 20,000 murders, the highest total since 1995 have been reported. And CNN reported that 63 of the country's 66 largest police administrations reported increasing violent crime in a range of at least one category in 2020, such as homicide, rape, robbery and aggravated attacks.

Statistics also show that crime in Minneapolis is increasing, with the city council redirecting almost $8 million from the police to other programs, even if the number of people wounded in the city by gunfire has increased by 250% since 2019.

American streets are no longer safe and some citizens are ready to handle issues to protect their families and property. Records show a historical increase in firearms sales last year and in this year's first four months.

All this chaos and uncertainty is the result of progressive politicians and activists who wish, on the pretext of racial justice and with no solid alternative solution, to eliminate, dismiss or cancel everything that they disagree with.

People like George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, who were murdered by the police (the former officer, Arbery), deserve justice. The world watched Police officer Derek Chauvin, tried and convicted of second-degree unintent murder, third-degree murder and second-degree killing for Floyd kneeling on his neck for nine minutes, should be held accountable for their actions.

The defeat of the police is not, however, the solution. On the contrary, budgets should be significantly increased to implement the necessary reforms and to encourage young Americans to join forces and connect with their communities.

As a resident of Minneapolis, I have seen in detail what takes place when in my district there is no law and order, when mothers are too afraid to allow their children to ride a bike with their friends, and how lonely it feels to drive through an old charming city that is now a ghost city.

The far left gave Republicans a political gift with their defendant-the-police demands for the 2022 elections. There can be no justice without law and order.

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