Radio host Jason Rantz told Fox News Radio “Guy Benson Show” on Thursday.
“Welcome to Seattle, where the Black Lives Matter means firing all these Black officers and then destroying the black female sheriff in a position often dominated by white men,” I said.
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Seattle Sheriff Carmen Best announced her resignation on Tuesday saying she “can’t do it anymore” and admitted, “I’m done.”
“The [city] The Board gave us 1.6 million dollars to make sure we hire the best, brightest and most diverse people and put them to work, “says Best.”; And less than a year later, we will reject them all. It feels very overlapping. I have my beliefs. I can not do that.”
Seattle City Council decided to reallocate the department’s budget to fund community programs in an effort to tackle violence, a move that Rantz says is unlikely to improve.
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“They are the supposed community organizations around this time … they’re actually going to tackle some of the underlying causes of the violence and crime we’ve seen,” he said. “They automatically assumed that just cutting all these officers and immediately putting money into these programs will see results. Of course, we know that won’t happen. “
One of the organizations that fell victim to the redistribution, Rantz said, was Seattle’s Navigator Team, which cleans up homeless streets on the streets.
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“So because we really clean these places where we don’t allow people to live in their own defilement, surrounding not only human waste but also used needles. That is considered inhumane to this board, ”he said. “Not only will we see an increase in homelessness … we will see an increase in all the crimes that are very clearly associated with it.”