Is the United States falling apart at the seams and entering into an anarchy state and the police are too busy to protect the common citizen?

A reporter was targeted in her own home the other night with rioters shooting live rounds and fireworks at her house and the Police told her they were too busy to come to her house.

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  • 5 months ago
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    It’s almost like the government has lost awareness of what is happening around the country and why it is happening...

  • A.J.
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    It's more than this. It's lies and cover-up from government officials. It's a massive skew of wealth. It's 1% of the population in jails and prisons with too many not convicted of a crime. It's weak public schools. It's systemic discrimination. It's a breakdown of the American family. It's an absolute lack of proper leadership at the top with partisanship pervasive and too much money in politics. 

    The question is looking at a pinhole of a far larger issue.

  • 5 months ago

    It certainly looks that way in major metro areas. If the police are too busy to stop rioters from attacking our homes, then they're too busy to process us, investigate, and collect the remains when we kill the attackers. Seems straightforward to me.

  • 5 months ago

    No - we have this kind of thing once in a while. It was worse in the '60s. If you're hoping that scare tactics will breathe life into Trump's doomed presidency, it won't work.

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  • LAN
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    5 months ago

    Funny how all the riots are happening in areas where liberals have had control over the local governments.   If liberal philosophy really worked then shouldn't hate crimes really only happen in more rural areas?

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Blacks want this, no police , they want to live in disease.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Yes, Kinda, and the DEMONcrats couldn't be happier.

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