Law enforcement skeptical of Biden's 'ill-timed' pivot to executive orders on police reform: 'Not sustainable'
FIRST ON FOX: Law enforcement organizations are expressing concern and skepticism of Biden's reported plan to resort to the use of executive orders on police reform, saying it is 'not a sustainable' means of achieving long-term change, and a political attempt to distract from the administration's week of defeats.
Biden’s push to force employers across the country with over 100 employees to vaccinate their workers and voting rights reform stalled in the Senate after a push to suspend the filibuster was blocked by Democrats.Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, spokesperson for the National Police Association, told Fox News Digital that Biden is switching gears to police reform in order to deflect from one of the worst weeks in his presidency.
"After the worst week politically in his presidential career, it appears that Joe Biden plans to pivot to ‘police reform’ to prop up his faltering reputation and revive his popularity with ‘anti-police’ activists," said Smith, calling it"ill-timed" as killings of police officers skyrocket as well as violent crime.Read more: Fox News »
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Biden backers 'not seeing the results' a year into his term | AP NewsJust over a year ago, millions joined forces to send Joe Biden to the White House. But 12 months after he entered the Oval Office, many describe a coalition in crisis. Voices across Biden's political base are openly decrying the slow pace of progress. You can only thank the Republicans for the slow pace , blocking everything that helps Americans Biden is just another rich old white dude that upholds systems that benefit rich old white dudes. I am pleased with President Biden.
Biden nominates three people for Fed board, including first Black womanPresident Biden nominates three people for the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, including Sarah Bloom Raskin and Lisa Cook. Awesome sauce. Shinja Shibnobi ShinjaIsTheNext1000XGemaltcoin KusariBlockchain DojoSwap KatanaWallet. 👍🇺🇸
Biden Chooses 3 For Fed Board, Including First Black WomanBiden's picks include Sarah Bloom Raskin, for the top regulatory slot, and Lisa Cook, who would be the first Black woman to serve on the Fed’s board. Well, as long as she's Black, nothing else matters. She's qualified. The wife of that creepy Jamie Raskin 😂
Biden to hold news conference capping first year in officeBiden to hold news conference on Wednesday capping his first year in office Hey - did you guys that know GOP members in seven states SUBMITTED FRAUDULENT ELECTORAL DOCUMENTS IN THEIR CRIMINAL EFFORTS TO OVERTHROW DEMOCRACY?!?!? Thought you might want to know, seems kinda important.
President Biden backers ‘not seeing the results’ a year into his termThe strength of Biden’s support will determine whether Democrats maintain threadbare majorities in Congress beyond this year or whether they will cede lawmaking authority to a Republican Party largely controlled by former President Donald Trump. Already, Republicans in several state legislatures have taken advantage of Democratic divisions in Washington to enact far-reaching changes to state election laws, abortion rights and public health measures in line with Trump’s wishes. Not true, Donald Trump isn't President. Biden success. Not true, at all. In fact, I’m utterly astounded by the critical microscope used to judge this president and not the previous. Truly mind boggling. His policies have hurt the poor and Middle class. Prices are up and people on fixed incomes almost can't afford to live.
Biden backers 'not seeing the results' a year into his termJust over a year ago, millions of energized young people, women, voters of color and independents joined forces to send Joe Biden to the White House. Leading voices across Biden's diverse political base openly decry the slow pace of progress on key campaign promises. The frustration was especially pronounced this past week after Biden's push for voting rights legislation effectively stalled, intensifying concerns in his party that fundamental democratic principles are at risk and reinforcing a broader sense that the president is faltering at a moment of historic consequence. He's had to unravel the BS from previous 4 year. He's chipping away at many things to BUILD BACK BETTER!!! Patience. Here’s why
blocked Biden’s push to force employers across the country with over 100 employees to vaccinate their workers and voting rights reform stalled in the Senate after a push to suspend the filibuster was blocked by Democrats. Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, spokesperson for the National Police Association, told Fox News Digital that Biden is switching gears to police reform in order to deflect from one of the worst weeks in his presidency. "After the worst week politically in his presidential career, it appears that Joe Biden plans to pivot to ‘police reform’ to prop up his faltering reputation and revive his popularity with ‘anti-police’ activists," said Smith, calling it"ill-timed" as killings of police officers skyrocket as well as violent crime. TEXAS, USA- SEPTEMBER 26: Police officers take measurements as Black led Second Amendment Rights Activists march in solidarity from the George Washington Carver Museum in Austin, Texas to the Texas State Capitol on September 26 2020. ((Photo by Dave Creaney/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)) "The priority of the White House should be to protect ALL communities, instead of pandering to a militant wing of idealists and activists who believe that police officers are the problem, not the solution, to violent crime. The National Police Association encourages the President and his staff to make decisions utilizing the facts about crime in American, as well as about police use of force, and stop engaging in false rhetoric designed to vilify our profession." Smith also said that the law enforcement community needs leadership, not"partisan pandering." "Right now, we need President Biden’s leadership, not his partisan pandering, if we are going to save the lives of both American law enforcement officers and the communities we are trying to protect," said Smith. President Biden speaks about the government's COVID-19 response, in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House Campus in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) National Sheriffs' Association (NSA) Executive Director and CEO Jonathan Thompson told Fox News Digital that he has not seen any drafts of an executive order on police reform and hopes Biden will open dialogue with the nation's sheriffs before signing any order. "We have not yet seen any drafts of the Executive Order nor have been asked for feedback. We are, however, hopeful that the Administration will take into account its dialogue with Sheriffs and the law enforcement perspective on moving forward with reform," Thompson said. "When it comes to ‘reform’ we need to think about improving training, enhancing enforcement with compassion and sentencing with purpose. Crime is rising. Recruiting and staffing are at historic lows yet the country overwhelmingly supports law enforcement and the adherence to the rule of law." Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund President Jason Johnson also weighed in, telling Fox News Digital that Biden is"under the influence of progressives." "We would welcome an Executive Order from the Joe Biden of the 1980’s or 90’s. Unfortunately the Joe Biden of 2022 is one deeply under the influence of progressives who are blind to the devastating impact of the war on police. The good news is presidential authority to impose these kinds of dangerous, so-called reforms by executive fiat are very limited, so this is more political posturing than policymaking," said Johnson.