If you are not aware of the history or end-goal of this tactic, be sure to watch or listen to Ep.'s 24, 25, 26 & 27, which are a highly informative, four-part series based on a MUST-READ book. Here are the titles and links to the video episodes on Rumble, however, they're on YouTube, BitChute, and Brighteon as well, and the MP3s are available on multiple podcast platforms:
#24 - "Life During an Islamic Takeover - Part 1"
#25 - "Life During an Islamic Takeover - Part 2"
#26 - "BLM, Islamists, and Red-Green Revolutions"
#27 - "Fair Election or Fraud Election?"
Far-left extremist Rep. Ilhan Omar is planning to reintroduce legislation this week that would create a federal board to investigate “police brutality.”
Rep. Omar’s bill, the National Police Misuse of Force Investigation Board Act, would create an eight person board appointed by Joe Biden to investigate police use of force and issue determinations of responsibility.
Departments that do not follow orders from the board would have their federal funding cut.
The findings of the investigation and recommendations issued by this board would be admissible in criminal and civil court proceedings against the law enforcement officer, Fox News notes.
“This is going to be a proactive board that does the work on behalf of our country in trying to make sure that these agents of the law are taking their oath seriously and that the work they’re doing is work that helps communities feel safe,” Omar told KARE 11 in Minnesota.
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) April 20, 2021
Rep. Omar claims the board would be modeled after the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), which investigates things like train and airline accidents.
“It’s an existing agency. It’s one that works,” Omar said in the Friday interview. “And we believe our criminal justice system needs an agency like that.”
Rep. Omar has been sending emails to supporters about the bill, attempting to drum up support.
“This legislation is an important step in stopping the disturbing pattern of police violence,” Omar’s campaign team wrote in soliciting support for her bill. “But we need a groundswell of grassroots support to make sure this bill becomes law.”