Sunday, June 14, 2020

The week in review with Bill Katz the editor of Urgent Agenda

The week in review with Bill Katz the editor of Urgent Agenda 06/14 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics:

Guest: Bill Katz, the editor of Urgent Agenda.......A white policeman killed a black man in Atlanta....We will review the latest from Seattle and a place called Chaz....'Gone with the wind' is out and the cancel culture keeps canceling......Columbus and who is next?........Is there a backlash quietly brewing against all of this stuff?.....AG Barr and DOJ arresting people over the riots and looting.......
and other to listen:

Truckers refuse to deliver to Democrat chaos cities

As Coronavirus causes a run on hand-sanitizer, canned goods and ...
During the last two months of corona, the truckers have kept our food supplies and inventories up to date.
This week, a super-majority of truckers came through again, as we see in this report:
To date, 77% of drivers say they will refuse loads to cities with disbanded or defunded police departments.
Here are some of their responses:
“…if something was to happen and you have to take matters into your own hands, and then you risk being prosecuted for protecting yourself.”
“This is not an area you need to act fearless and think you you’d look like a fool for saying no…Imagine what kind of fool you look like for driving into a hot spot and putting your life in danger.”
“I will not deliver to an area with a disbanded police department. My life matter[s] and I do this for my family. We are already at the mercy of these towns and cities with laws and hate against us for parking, getting a meal or even using a restroom.”
“Simple. We may not like it all the time, but laws and order is necessary.”
“Most places we go already can be dicy an about only time you see a cop is when lights is on behind you.”
“For my own safety and security of my customers’ loads, I have already informed my dispatcher that I will refuse all loads to cities that have defunded their police departments.”
The report did not say this, but I’m sure that many truck-drivers are super-patriotic people who stand with our men and women in blue.
The safety factor cannot be overlooked.  Truck-drivers, as we saw during the L.A. riots of 1992, are vulnerable to street attacks in a lawless city.   
Cheers for the truck drivers!
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