If politicians were wired

One batcrap crazy Democrat wants to propose something for someone else that they would never propose for themselves.

How many closed-door-clandestine meetings do Democrats have that would get them arrested at least, and publicly flogged at best?

Yet Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) has proposed legislation that would create new federal grants that states would use to ensure all interrogations by police are video recorded.

 

I’d love to see somebody put a camera on Sheila Jackson Lee’s leash and record everything that racist wench says.

If I were the cops, I would gladly agree, as long as politicians held themselves to the same standards.

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The legislation amends the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act to set up a new grant program that would let the Attorney General send money to states to achieve “the complete and accurate recording, by both audio and video means, of every custodial interrogation.” Grants could only fund up to 75 percent of these programs.

The bill doesn’t set a specific spending limit, and instead says would allow “such sums as may be necessary” to be spent. Perfect for Democrat theft.

Don’t expect Sheila Jackson Lee to accept for herself and the other Congressional criminals what she expects for the cops.

 

 

 

 

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