Uvalde cops’ delayed response blamed on Defund the Police movement on 'Joe Rogan Experience'

El ex francotirador Boina Verde apareció en el podcast para promocionar su último libro “Cicatrices y Rayas” el jueves. Their conversation eventually led to the Tiroteo en escuela de Texas and the failures of the police to act in a timely manner.

An argument that’s, me gusta, missing about the police is that the police don’t train the way special operations train, but yet they’re involved in combat scenarios on a regular basis,” Rogan commented.

Kennedy then linked police failures to the past Defund the Police movement pushed by progressive politicians.

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Podcaster Joe Rogan.

Podcaster Joe Rogan. (Vivian Zink/Syfy/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images)

So what we’re experiencing right now is a byproduct of what society’s forced the police to become, sabes, they’re demonizing military training for law enforcement,” Kennedy said. “Y, luego, obviamente, we just experienced Defund the Police. And nearly every large city has seen a crazy rise in crime. And the ones that these large cities that defunded their police to include Austin, sabes, we’ve never seen homicides like this.

Kennedy added that it was ridiculous to assume that providingless training and less fundingto officers would result in better policing overall.

And then the people that they’re protecting, [fueron] going to disarm. So the people coming to save them are untrained and unprepared. It’s creating this disastrous situation,” él dijo.

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A banner hangs at a memorial outside Robb Elementary School on Friday, junio 3.

A banner hangs at a memorial outside Robb Elementary School on Friday, junio 3. (AP/Eric Gay)

So why is it so hard to get something implemented? Like a rigorous training course?” Rogan asked.

Kennedy responded, “I think it’s ignorance. I think the first thing is society, culture right now, we’ve been emasculating the law enforcement for a while.

He also explained that while he understood the need to tackle the issues of mental health, he emphasized the importance ofmen and women that will run towards the sound of gunfire and know what to do.

We have been weakening them and we have been making them ill-equipped to respond to that. And then I think Uvalde is a great example of [policía] no [being] properly trained, with broken systems, that are not ready to do the right thing. We will have more of that unless we get them the right training and we get our schools to become hard targets.

And then we go upstream to the origin, the genesis of these problems, which is mental health with the individual,” Kennedy said. “If we don’t do those things, then it’s never gonna be fixed.

Police walk near Robb Elementary School following a shooting, martes, Mayo 24, 2022, en Uvalde, Texas

Police walk near Robb Elementary School following a shooting, martes, Mayo 24, 2022, en Uvalde, Texas (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

En Junio 12, a group of bipartisan senators announced an agreement on a gun package. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell issued a statement supporting the agreement.

Bill text could be released as soon as Monday, with senators hoping to have a bill passed before the Independence Day recess.

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