Friday, June 26, 2020

Advocates for Criminals Demand that Public Schools be Handed over to Black and Hispanic Gangs

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Advocates Call for Removal of Police from Schools

Advocates call for removal of police from schools



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Anonymous said...

I thought they had been handed over.

Anonymous said...

Let the skoo's be depoliced. Good for it. Let them kill one another right and left to their content. And correct too. In some locales they have been handed over a long time ago.