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Jen Psaki's smackdown Response To Peter Doocy's Question Leaves Him Momentarily Speechless

EatTheRich

President
You bullied a reporter wow, but that didn't:

Bring back Americans still in Afghanistan.
Stop Inflation.
Reduce taxes .for the poor
Create jobs.
Reduce Crime.
Prevent COVID deaths.

This helped no one.
Pointing out the the reporter is asking disingenuous questions based on false premises is “bullying” … but you and Trump cheered when Greg Gianforte body-slammed a reporter. Oh well, I guess that’s different.
 

EatTheRich

President

Drumcollie

* See DC's list of Kook posters*
Pointing out the the reporter is asking disingenuous questions based on false premises is “bullying” … but you and Trump cheered when Greg Gianforte body-slammed a reporter. Oh well, I guess that’s different.
What? You making up lies again is different?

The headline isn’t substantiated, any U.S. funding was not crucial to China’s research which likely helped us develop the vaccines, and the virus wasn’t engineered.
And you have actual proof how?
 
I like cops overall....even the ones who stopped me for speeding. I don't like the cops who traveled to the Capitol from around the country on Jan 6 to attack our democracy.

I have the highest regard for unions, but I find police unions wanting in that they shield their bad apples instead of holding them accountable.
Newsflash. All unions do that.
 

JuliefromOhio

President
Supporting Member
Newsflash. All unions do that.
Fair point, but when families sue for misconduct, murder by police, we taxpayers pick up the tab. We should make the police unions pay.

Police misconduct settlements can be costly
Total police settlement spending in records obtained by FiveThirtyEight and The Marshall Project, along with the years of data available and the average amount spent annually on police settlements

AMOUNT
CITY▲▼NO. OF YEARS▲▼TOTAL▲▼YEARLY AVG.▲▼
New York City10$1,704,120,487$170,412,049
Chicago10467,586,46446,758,646
Los Angeles10329,925,62032,992,562
Washington, D.C.*9114,841,44912,760,161
Philadelphia11116,881,08810,625,553
Detroit957,702,9896,411,443
Milwaukee1040,017,8224,001,782
Baltimore*518,432,7483,686,550
San Francisco1027,873,2982,787,330
Cleveland1128,573,4752,597,589
Springfield, MA**1532,846,0892,189,739
Indianapolis1013,149,7751,314,977
Memphis78,772,8841,253,269
Boston1011,905,4821,190,548
Atlanta*54,761,182952,236
Paterson, NJ107,742,498774,250
Miami117,284,684662,244
St. Louis53,117,847623,569
Orlando93,611,879401,320
New Orleans103,510,642351,064
North Charleston, SC103,333,750333,375
Baton Rouge102,879,795287,979
Fort Lauderdale, FL92,471,384274,598
Waterbury, CT92,227,250247,472
Cincinnati112,472,787224,799
Charleston, SC101,520,250152,025
Columbia101,352,435135,244
Little Rock10943,95094,395
Richmond, VA10748,50074,850
Roanoke, VA10132,50013,250
Cambridge, MA10114,00011,400
*In Baltimore, Atlanta and Washington, D.C., we rounded down the number of years because either the first or last year we received included only partial data.
**In Springfield, the total amount includes a $27 million judgment that was appealed by the city and reduced to $6.5 million after we received the data.

SOURCE: POLICE DEPARTMENTS
 

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
Here we have leftists actively cheering pols and their mouthpieces NOT answering the question posed.
Yep, these leftists have jettisoned any semblance of liberalism.
 
Fair point, but when families sue for misconduct, murder by police, we taxpayers pick up the tab. We should make the police unions pay.

Police misconduct settlements can be costly
Total police settlement spending in records obtained by FiveThirtyEight and The Marshall Project, along with the years of data available and the average amount spent annually on police settlements

CITY▲▼NO. OF YEARS▲▼TOTAL▲▼YEARLY AVG.▲▼
AMOUNT
New York City10$1,704,120,487$170,412,049
Chicago10467,586,46446,758,646
Los Angeles10329,925,62032,992,562
Washington, D.C.*9114,841,44912,760,161
Philadelphia11116,881,08810,625,553
Detroit957,702,9896,411,443
Milwaukee1040,017,8224,001,782
Baltimore*518,432,7483,686,550
San Francisco1027,873,2982,787,330
Cleveland1128,573,4752,597,589
Springfield, MA**1532,846,0892,189,739
Indianapolis1013,149,7751,314,977
Memphis78,772,8841,253,269
Boston1011,905,4821,190,548
Atlanta*54,761,182952,236
Paterson, NJ107,742,498774,250
Miami117,284,684662,244
St. Louis53,117,847623,569
Orlando93,611,879401,320
New Orleans103,510,642351,064
North Charleston, SC103,333,750333,375
Baton Rouge102,879,795287,979
Fort Lauderdale, FL92,471,384274,598
Waterbury, CT92,227,250247,472
Cincinnati112,472,787224,799
Charleston, SC101,520,250152,025
Columbia101,352,435135,244
Little Rock10943,95094,395
Richmond, VA10748,50074,850
Roanoke, VA10132,50013,250
Cambridge, MA10114,00011,400
*In Baltimore, Atlanta and Washington, D.C., we rounded down the number of years because either the first or last year we received included only partial data.
**In Springfield, the total amount includes a $27 million judgment that was appealed by the city and reduced to $6.5 million after we received the data.

SOURCE: POLICE DEPARTMENTS
Do you have any numbers to share on what criminals cost us each year?
 
Fair point, but when families sue for misconduct, murder by police, we taxpayers pick up the tab. We should make the police unions pay.

Police misconduct settlements can be costly
Total police settlement spending in records obtained by FiveThirtyEight and The Marshall Project, along with the years of data available and the average amount spent annually on police settlements

CITY▲▼NO. OF YEARS▲▼TOTAL▲▼YEARLY AVG.▲▼
AMOUNT
New York City10$1,704,120,487$170,412,049
Chicago10467,586,46446,758,646
Los Angeles10329,925,62032,992,562
Washington, D.C.*9114,841,44912,760,161
Philadelphia11116,881,08810,625,553
Detroit957,702,9896,411,443
Milwaukee1040,017,8224,001,782
Baltimore*518,432,7483,686,550
San Francisco1027,873,2982,787,330
Cleveland1128,573,4752,597,589
Springfield, MA**1532,846,0892,189,739
Indianapolis1013,149,7751,314,977
Memphis78,772,8841,253,269
Boston1011,905,4821,190,548
Atlanta*54,761,182952,236
Paterson, NJ107,742,498774,250
Miami117,284,684662,244
St. Louis53,117,847623,569
Orlando93,611,879401,320
New Orleans103,510,642351,064
North Charleston, SC103,333,750333,375
Baton Rouge102,879,795287,979
Fort Lauderdale, FL92,471,384274,598
Waterbury, CT92,227,250247,472
Cincinnati112,472,787224,799
Charleston, SC101,520,250152,025
Columbia101,352,435135,244
Little Rock10943,95094,395
Richmond, VA10748,50074,850
Roanoke, VA10132,50013,250
Cambridge, MA10114,00011,400
*In Baltimore, Atlanta and Washington, D.C., we rounded down the number of years because either the first or last year we received included only partial data.
**In Springfield, the total amount includes a $27 million judgment that was appealed by the city and reduced to $6.5 million after we received the data.

SOURCE: POLICE DEPARTMENTS
Let me give you a little hint. Crime in the US cost aprox. $2.6 Trillion each year. And that doesn't count the amount of money the dems steal from the citizens with their taxes.
 

JuliefromOhio

President
Supporting Member
Do you have any numbers to share on what criminals cost us each year?
I don't like taxpayers having to pay the wrongful death, misconduct suits. Let the cops or their unions pay it, be held liable. That would probably decrease their misconduct, right?

We imprison too many....so there's that cost. I think house arrest, probation would be more appropriate for ALL non-violent offenses.
 

EatTheRich

President
Let me give you a little hint. Crime in the US cost aprox. $2.6 Trillion each year. And that doesn't count the amount of money the dems steal from the citizens with their taxes.
Yes, I’m sure they got that number without counting every penny paid for police (including their theft and settlement for their illegal activities) and also for courts, prisons, etc., right? Lol.

Guessing they don’t count the wage theft which exceeds all other forms of theft combined but is not treated as a Crime, though.
 

JuliefromOhio

President
Supporting Member
Let me give you a little hint. Crime in the US cost aprox. $2.6 Trillion each year. And that doesn't count the amount of money the dems steal from the citizens with their taxes.
Why do we pay so much? Because of this.

The United States prisoner rate (number of prisoners per 100,000 people) is 639, the world's highest.

The ten countries with the highest incarceration rates are:

  1. United States (639)
  2. El Salvador (566)
  3. Turkmenistan (552)
  4. Thailand (549)
  5. Palau (522)
  6. Rwanda (511)
  7. Cuba (510)
  8. Maldives (499)
  9. Bahamas (442)
  10. Grenada (429)
Re your dumb comment, if you don't like paying taxes....for police, fire, refuse pick up, roads, bridges, military, etc., etc., go live in the woods. Also stop listening to rightwing talk radio.
 
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