Civil disorder across America no big deal? Let’s put a huge Black Lives Matter mural in front of Santa Cruz CA City Hall …

Santa Cruz  CA recently  put a huge BLACK LIVES MATTER mural  in front of City Hall.  Not because there’s a large Black population.   About one percent +  of Santa Cruz County residents are Black.

For all to see, civil disorder abounds across America  in many  Democrat run cities. There has been a spike in crime across many cities.      Nightly news from Portland, Oregon shows rioters carrying signs Black Lives Matter as they burn, loot and throw bricks at the police. Clearly, “protesters” are violent thugs destroying property and hurting and killing people.

It depends on where you live and what’s your ethnicity whether civil disorder is or is not a BIG deal.    In a recent Mommouth poll 65% of respondents say “maintaining law and order” is a BIG problem.  So — 2 in 3 persons see law and order as a BIG problem.

Here’s the rub: Per the poll, whereas 46% of white non-Republicans see it as a problem more than 60% of non-Republican Blacks and other minorities agree that civil disorder has become a BIG deal.

Santa Cruz CA and nearby enviorns  is overwhelmingly  white in ethnicity.    Nearby Watsonville is predominantly Hispanic.  You will not find a Black Lives Matter sign on Main Street in Watsonville, CA.

There are 9 women running in the race for City Council in Santa Cruz, CA.  Take time to look at their platforms.  The need for more low cost housing is a central theme for many.   Best one can tell,   the issue of ‘law and order’  and civil disorder is not mentioned by any of the aspiring candidates for City Council in Santa Cruz, CA .  What universe do they reside in?

Now’s the  time to ask Santa Cruz candidates for City Council   about civil  disorder across America and their view of how to deal with crime, rioting, in-your-face screaming at police.

Below is what’s on the KSCO web site listed under NEWS concerning the forum:

SC CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES – FORUM
A  forum  is  scheduled  to  be  held  tomorrow  (via  zoom)  for  the  candidates   running  for  Santa  Cruz  City  Council.   Its designed  to  give  the  candidates  a  chance  to  speak  about  why  they  decided  to  run  for  city  council,  and  what  their  plans  are  for  economic  recovery.   The  Zoom  forum, which  is  free  and  open  to  the  public,   is  slated  to  be  held  from  6-8  p.m.
To  RSVP,  and  learn  about  the  program,  people  can  go  on-line  to:  rb.gy/zugssj

Who knows what that list of letters means  — Most Zoom meetings have an ID which is in numbers. 

So — what does this HUGE  BLACK LIVES MATTER sign represent? Is civil disorder a BIG deal for Santa Cruz County  voters?

The post-Floyd protests put the progressive urban policing model to an unexpected real world test, which it has failed terribly.

What you see on the  TV news are “rioters” literally  in the face of Black cops screaming at them and showing NO FEAR of the police.

Democratic politics has been building towards this re-definition of law and order for the last 20 years.   Progressive propose “decriminalization” of crime and view crime as a behavioral problem and blame  the police function for incarceration rates.

Look at the Biden-Sanders Unity Task Force released in July  — one month AFTER the protests, looting and urban shootings began in May.  You will not find the words “felony”, “homicides” or “gangs”.  The Biden-Sanders Unity Task force is about one thing:  how to reduce the role of the police.

What does the public see nightly across America?  An abrupt spike in urban crime and mob-like political protesters exploiting official restraints on police.  We see a raging progressive failure to maintain law and order in many Democrat run cities.

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