13 Officers Shot in Four States in 24-hour Period

The war on cops in this country continues.

During one 24-hour stretch, a total of 13 officers were shot spanning four states.

The incidents happened in Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Maryland, and Arizona.

War Zone

Arizona has turned into a complete war zone for officers as of late.

Nine of the shooting that took place were in this state alone.

Once again, Phoenix was the site of the attacks, as nine officers were wounded during one incident where officers were responding to a domestic dispute.

The suspect and initial victim of the alleged abuse were both killed.

Keep in mind, these are the types of calls the defund the police movement wants social workers to respond to.

Two more officers were shot in Maryland.

On Friday afternoon, two officers were wounded when they responded to a suspicious person call.

In New Mexico, a state trooper was shot and wounded during a pursuit…

Then, on Friday night, a SWAT officer was shot in Pennsylvania.

The officers were serving a drug warrant when the suspect opened fire on police.

The lead officer took two shots to his body armor.

Last year, we had more officers killed in the line of duty than we have seen in 26 years.

In 1995, 74 officers were killed in the line of duty, with 73 killed in 2021, up from the 46 killed in the line of duty in 2020.

This year, shootings and deaths are already way ahead of that pace.

Sadly, Democrats still don’t seem to get the message, with far too many liberal DAs looking to empty prisons and put more of these people back on the streets.

By the way, have you noticed that Joe Biden has yet to attend the funeral of a fallen officer?

Actions speak louder than words, Joe.

Source: Fox News


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