Joe Biden: Police Need ‘Sensitivity Training,’ They No Longer Support Me

Joe Biden finally admitted that he doesn’t have the support of law-enforcement anymore. At an MSNBC Townhall on Monday, he stated that he doesn’t need their support. He also claimed that they need “sensitivity training.”

A woman approached by then and described herself as the mother of a police officer and wife of a retired police officer. She wanted Biden to address the “troubling” attacks to defund the police. “Biden dodged the question of safety, but pointed out that cops had supported him in the past,” The Washington Free Beacon reported.

“I have had overwhelming support from police my whole career, up until this year,” Biden told the woman.

President Donald Trump has used this during the presidential debate. He made it a point to call out Biden for not having the support of a single law enforcement agency.

The exchange was:

“Oh, really, who do you have? Name one group that supports you. Name one group that came out and supported you. Go ahead. Think we have time.”

“We don’t have time to do anything,” Biden said.

“No. No. Think right now,” Trump continued. “Name one law enforcement group that came out in support of you.”

“Biden has had to confront his record on criminal justice, particularly his role in crafting a sweeping crime bill in 1994 that critics say paved the way for mass incarceration of Black men,” The Wall Street Journal reported. “The candidate has since called aspects of that bill a mistake and said he would promote policies that would end mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent crimes and eliminate the disparity between crack and powder-cocaine sentences.”

“Biden has said his Justice Department would once again use its power to hold entire cities accountable for police misconduct by conducting far-ranging investigations into police departments known as pattern-and-practice probes. Such inquiries were a hallmark of the Obama administration’s efforts to overhaul troubled local police agencies,” The Journal continued. “Biden has also said his attorney general would advocate passage of legislation lowering the bar for bringing civil-rights cases against police officers and banning the use of chokeholds.”

“Biden is advocating an Obama-era program to employ the broad use of clemency for certain nonviolent and drug crimes and more resources for public defenders’ offices. He has also proposed ending the disparity between crack and powder-cocaine sentences, decriminalizing the use of marijuana and automatically expunging all previous cannabis-use convictions,” The Journal added. “Biden denies that he is weak on crime. He has said that crime and violence is systemic due to barriers related to economic opportunity, housing, education and other issues, and that crime rates will fall by improving those areas and making them more equitable.”


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