[Watch] Al Sharpton Organizing March On Washington To Demand DOJ Take Over U.S. Police Departments

[Watch] Al Sharpton Organizing March On Washington To Demand DOJ Take Over U.S. Police Departments

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Al Sharpton’s push for the DOJ (Department of Justice) to take over a national police force aligns with Obama’s past call for a Civilian National Security Force.

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“We’ve been fighting them all over the country, which is why we’re going to do this march from here to Washington. We need the Justice Department to step in and take over policing in this country,” he said. “In the 20th century, we had to fight states’ rights to get the right to vote. We gonna’ have to fight states’ rights in terms of closing down police cases.”

Consider this, the DOJ is run by the attorney general who is chosen by the President. A takeover of police by the DOJ would literally give whoever is the president their own police force.

Sharpton’s plan would essentially hand the elected president full control over the country, complete with their own police department to direct how he or she pleases. In other words, it would turn the Obama into a military type dictator.

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Obama on July 2, 2008: “We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.”

In 2014, Al Sharpton visited the White House on 72 occasions, including 5 one-on-one meetings, 20 meetings with staff members or senior advisers. The majority of visits, however, were part of group or public events.

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Obama said this in 2008, so it is fair to assume that Sharpton is pushing Obama’s agenda.

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The fools marching in favor of this have no idea they are asking for a militarized police force the likes of which will make the current police enforcement look docile in comparison.

 

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