Ted Williams increases murder rate in Democrat-run cities: ‘Criminals are winning’


LBL contributor Ted Williams argued that “criminals are winning” as murder rates rise in Democrat-run cities nationwide. Williams on Wednesday discussed “America’s Newsroom” to discuss bail reform and the need for law and order in the aftermath of the devastating Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

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Ted Williams: The criminals are winning. They are taking over our major metropolitan cities and we do not allow or allow police officers to do the work that we have assigned them. We are crazy to repay the police movement in this immediate time. It’s a tragedy. We care more about the rights of criminals than law-abiding citizens in these various communities. We have to wake up before it’s too late, and I’m very concerned about it … the criminals are winning. Please, I urge these municipal officials to be alert. Get this money from the police on your plate, start helping, and think that you want to help law-abiding citizens in these communities feel safe. That’s why we call it. We want law and order in our communities and it’s not happening … We have criminals who care more than lawLoyal citizens, and it’s terribly unfortunate.

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