Even as many cities are still trying to pick up the pieces from all the looting, rioting and lawlessness, Bender's concern is with everyday white people who continue to contact law enforcement whenever they need assistance, which she finds offensive.
"I think in Minneapolis, watching George Floyd's death and the actions of the four police officers that were involved has been a huge wake-up call for so many in Minneapolis to see what many already knew, which is that our police department is not keeping every member of our community safe," Bender is quoted as saying.
"And so, I think step one for us is to tell the truth," she added. "Nine council members from communities all across the city of all different backgrounds, standing together, to tell the truth, and say, this system isn't working for too many of our neighbors for too long."
In Bender's opinion, all of the city's reform efforts "have failed," despite repeated attempts "at reform and new leadership in the department." Consequently, she now wants to engage the "hard work" of trying to "rebuild systems that really work to keep all of our communities safe," which to her means having no police at all.
In the following episode of The Health Ranger Report, Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, explains how the push to eliminate police is part of a larger anti-gun agenda:
As she continued to delineate what this all means to her, Bender explained that the focus needs to be more on things like "stable housing" and "health care," as opposed to a "militarized police force."
"I know the statement was bold, and I stand by that bold statement, but the work ahead of us will be long," she added. "It will include every member of our community. It has to."
When asked as a follow up what people are supposed to do if, say, their houses get broken into in the middle of the night, Bender immediately got on the defensive. Being able to call the police "comes from a place of privilege," she contends, referring specifically to white people who expect their tax dollars to go towards keeping them safe from intruders and other criminals.
"Because for those of us for whom the system is working, I think we need to step back and imagine what it would feel like to already live in that reality where calling the police may mean more harm is done," she said, inferring that black people cannot be helped by calling the police.
Even though evidence has emerged to suggest that at least some police brutality incidents are staged to fuel anti-police sentiment, Bender stands by her position that the police are unnecessary. And if white people do not like it, well, tough.
"Zero wisdom or common sense is coming from this mouth," wrote one Breitbart News commenter about Bender's position and statements.
"Attacking police is a classic communist maneuver to undo law enforcement," wrote another. "Alexander Solzhenitsyn wrote in his book Two Hundred Years Together that Bolsheviks staged widespread attacks against police in the run up to the October Revolution. Déjà vu all over again."
In a chilling conclusion, this same commenter noted that the riots and looting over George Floyd were not a reason but rather an excuse to implement a chaos agenda, which aims to take down our country from within.
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