New FBI report shows "de-policing" is the new norm

A new unclassified FBI report has found that “de-policing” is the new norm, thanks to Black Lives Matter and the onslaught of anti-police defiance in the past few years. Police in general are no longer engaging in proactive policing because they are afraid of the repercussions it may bring. The report also cited that many of the police officers interviewed expressed that they felt their national political leaders stood against them. This can be seen in Jerome Corsi’s article, which explains how new laws imposed by the ACLU in Chicago have caused police to stop making as many stops because of the increased amount of paperwork. The FBI report also explains that many of the perpetrators in recent officers shootings openly admitted they were influenced by BLM.