Seattle votes to can 100 cops
The party of revolution, anarchy, and lawlessness at work.
The Seattle City Council voted unanimously on Wednesday in support of police budget proposals that would lay off 100 police officers, despite objections from the city's mayor and police chief.
The city council began to reexamine the police department's budget earlier this summer in response to anti-police protests. Mayor Jenny Durkan (D.) and police chief Carmen Best criticized the most recent set of proposals, which would also end the removal of homeless people from the city's streets and cut salaries for police leadership.
Re: Seattle votes to can 100 cops
I think they cut the police chiefs salary too.
You think that city council will vote themselves private security like they did in Minneapolis?