Joe Biden just got some really bad news about the Democrat National Convention
The Democrat National Convention in Milwaukee this summer already was set to be a virtual gathering.
But now Democrats are dealing with another headache.
And that’s because Joe Biden just got some really bad news about the Democrat National Convention.
Over 100 police agencies have pulled out of providing security for the Democrat National Convention.
About 300 delegates figured to gather in Milwaukee to carry out the official business of nominating Biden and conducting other party functions.
But they will have to do so without a security presence.
Law enforcement agencies removed their officers from Milwaukee after the city’s civilian oversight commission restricted the ability of police to use tear gas and pepper spray to subdue unruly crowds.
The Daily Caller reports:
Fond du Lac Police Chief William Lamb told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that he expected more agencies to follow suit, adding that concerns about new restrictions on the use of chemical irritants had played a part in his own decision on the matter.
“We respect the Fire and Police Commission’s decision,” Lamb explained. “But in this particular case, we strongly disagree with the actions they’ve taken. We believe (that) in removing those tools, the use of chemical irritants or pepper spray, from the available resources that the law enforcement officers would have at their disposal if protests become non-peaceful would severely compromise the safety of the public and also the safety of the law enforcement officers who would be assigned to protect the DNC.”
Democrats have spent the last two months demonizing police and slamming President Trump as a fascist for supporting law enforcement’s tough measures to quell violent riots and keep the peace on the streets.
Now the chickens are coming home to roost as police tell Democrats that without the tools to do their job they are not going to send their officers out into a potentially hostile situation so they can be overrun and put in fear of being maimed or killed.