Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Tough Act

Donald Trump told Bill O’Reilly that he wants the cops to get tough with criminals.

“They are right now not tough. I mean, I could tell you this very long and quite boring story but when I was in Chicago, I got to meet a couple of very top police. I said, ‘How do you stop this? How do you stop this? If you were put in charge,’ to a specific person, ‘Do you think you could stop it?’ He said, ‘Mr. Trump, I would be able to stop it in one week.’ And I believed him 100 percent.”

Further efforts to clarify what exactly this “specific person” would do and what “tough police tactics” are did not get far.

“You have to have a warrant to arrest people,” O’Reilly said. “You can’t beat them up.”

Trump replied that he didn’t ask for an exact plan because he’s “not the mayor of Chicago.”

How about if they all wore brown shirts?  It’s worked before.

One bark on “Tough Act

  1. So how many people do we incarcerate? We have failed on stopping crime and we have crammed our jails with literally millions. Surely there needs to be reform. Someone needs to come up with a better solution but I don’t think Trump is going to be that person.

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