Seattle police chief warns residents of ‘chaos’ as result of violence: City Journal contributing editor
City Journal contributing editor Christopher Rufo on violence against law enforcement in Seattle.
Police unions and related organizations are finding themselves under increasing scrutiny after the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer.
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Many who support giving officers the tools they need to do their jobs and keep communities safe also recognize that some police unions have a history of protecting bad cops.
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"I think it becomes very convenient for politicians … to simply say, well, we'll just blame police officers and racism for all of society's ills, when in fact, it's their own failed policies that have led to this," Joe Gamaldi, president of the Houston police union and vice president of the national Fraternal Order of Police, told Fox News.