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US News Tom Cotton: Democrat mayors and governors ‘playing politics with the lives of their citizens’

Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., blasted Democratic leaders for “politicizing” the deployment of federal agents in cities stricken by riots and rampant violence, pushing back on accusations that President Trump is playing politics with the issue.“It’s these mayors and these governors who are the ones who are politicizing the lives and the property of their citizens by…

US News Tom Cotton: Democrat mayors and governors ‘playing politics with the lives of their citizens’

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Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., blasted Democratic leaders for “politicizing” the deployment of federal agents in cities stricken by riots and rampant violence, pushing back on allegations that President Trump is playing politics with the issue.

” It’s these mayors and these governors who are the ones who are politicizing the lives and the property of their citizens by refusing to allow their cops to protect innocent civilians, by refusing to either call out the National Guard or to comply with the Department of Justice in the Department of Homeland Security to get this surge and criminal offense under control,” Cotton told the “ Fox News Rundown” podcast.

” They are the ones that are playing politics with the lives of their citizens.”

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Meanwhile, President Trump is releasing 100 federal representatives to Chicago to help fight rising rates of some criminal activities — a relocation that marks an expansion of the White Home’s intervention into local law enforcement as Trump continues to place himself as the “order” president.

The “rise” of representatives revealed on Wednesday to Chicago and other American cities belongs to Operation Legend– named after 4-year-old LeGend Taliaferro, who was fatally shot while oversleeping a Kansas City apartment or condo late last month — and comes as federal law enforcement officers have actually currently been released to Portland, Ore., and Kansas City, Mo.

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” The effort to close down authorities in their own communities has resulted in a stunning explosion of shootings, eliminating, violence, murders,” Trump said throughout a speech in the White Home’s East Room. “This rampage of violence shocks the conscience of our nation and we will not wait and watch it occur.”

Cotton stated the release of federal agents “is a response to the crime that we see in our cities, which believes surged in the last several weeks.

” Now, I hope that it gets under control. I hope this is not the beginning of a new criminal activity wave like we saw in the 60 s and 70 s and 80 s. But it always might be. We don’t understand what the future will hold,” he stated, adding that authorities across the United States had the ability to reduce criminal offense throughout the 1990 s and early 2000 s.

” I think oftentimes, these radicals on the left have a bit of historic amnesia. They think even if crime was low a few years ago, crime is always going to be low. However if the authorities are not allowed to do their job, if district attorneys will not do their task and put lawbreakers behind bars, I can guarantee you that crime will be rising back rapidly in our nation.”

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Cotton said that the “age-old” Insurrection Act is essential to keeping Americans safe during struggling times, being utilized repeatedly throughout history for the president to use active responsibility, federal troops, to bring back order where essential.

” It was utilized by President Eisenhower in Little Rock in1957 It was utilized as just recently as President Bush in 1991 and in 1992 throughout the L.A. riots,” Cotton said.

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” Now, federal soldiers need to be the last line of defense. Local police need to be permitted by mayors to secure their neighborhoods, to defend lives, to secure property. If that does not work, then guvs have the power to call out the National Guard, as many did last month, which finally helped bring back order in Minnesota or in Washington, where the National Guard is subject to the control of the federal government.”

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