AMBUSH – Over 60 Dead – Chris Cuomo Sex Scandal – Top Republican Dead

It’s getting more and more dangerous for the boys in blue. Over 60 police officers have been killed in ambush attacks this year, a nearly 28 percent increase in fatal shootings of officers compared to all of 2020. And this year isn’t over yet.

Breitbart reports:

As of November 30, FOP records state that 314 police officers have been shot since the beginning of the year. One hundred and nineteen of those shootings occurred in the midst of 95 separate ambush-style attacks on officers, resulting in 28 of the total gunfire deaths.

Ambush attacks on officers have increased nearly 130 percent since 2020

There’s a reason for all of this. Anti-police sentiment became openly fashionable this year, not just in far-left universities, but also in city managers’ offices.

That led to short-staffing and defunding the police. It led to police pullbacks in cities, and it led to a sense of invincibility in criminals.

Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind.

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Chris Cuomo was fired at CNN in part because of another sex scandal. We don’t know all the details yet, but I can’t say I’m shocked.

Republican Senate leader Bob Dole is dead at 98. ¬†“Charging a German position in northern Italy in 1945, Dole was hit by a shell fragment that crushed two vertebrae and paralyzed his arms and legs. The young Army platoon leader spent three years recovering in a hospital and never regained use of his right hand.” He went on to be a Senate Majority leader and three-time presidential candidate. And unlike so many former Republican “leaders” he backed Trump. RIP Mr. Dole.

British Members of Parliament have been naughty enough to cause some to suggest drug-sniffing dogs in the Parliament Building. “Many sources have described casual cocaine use by a group of MPs and detection wipes found evidence of the class A drug in 11 out of 12 locations tested in the building, including places accessible only to those with parliamentary passes.”

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Jimi Hendrix is one of the first great American rock stars to challenge the British supremacy in the genre. But to get there, Jimi  had to go to the belly of the beast. With $40 in his pocket, Hendrix boarded a plane and flew to London to hone his chops in London clubs and pubs. The rest is history.

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We can never be sure that the opinion we are endeavouring to stifle is a false opinion; and even if we were sure, stifling it would be an evil still. – John Stuart Mill