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Title: Trucking Company Owner: Cities That Defund Police Are in for a Big Surprise
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Published: Aug 5, 2020
Author: Joe Saunders
Post Date: 2020-08-05 21:28:42 by BTP Holdings
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Trucking Company Owner: Cities That Defund Police Are in for a Big Surprise

By Joe Saunders

Published August 5, 2020 at 10:43am

Cities that decide to cut their police funding could be cutting their own supply lines, too.

That was the message a trucking executive carried to “Fox & Friends First” on Wednesday, and it’s something urban politicians — in the thrall of Black Lives Matter rioters and antifa anarchists — should be seriously considering unless they think citizens can start growing their own food.

Because if it’s not safe for truckers to carry goods — they just might not do it. And trucking companies won’t be willing to risk the business.

“Our first priority is to support our drivers and their safety when they’re on the road,” Mike Kucharski, co-owner of Summit, Illinois- based JKC Trucking, told the Fox program.

“Defunding the police is a bad idea because when you’re on the road, you have — you’re for weeks and days at a time, driving 11 hours with valuable cargo, everybody wants to steal this.”

On the road, Kucharski said, “There’s no safe place. Violence is everywhere. So, if you’re going to be having valuable cargo and there’s going to be no police to rely on, who’s going to protect our drivers?

“The states that are going to defund the police, we’re not going to go to because we’re trying to avoid those states for safety reasons.”

Check out his interview below:

(Video at source.)

It’s a message Kucharski has been trying to spread far and wide.

“These drivers have the right to refuse a load because they are worried about their own safety,” Kucharski told conservative, Wisconsin-based radio host Vicki McKenna in a June 30 interview, according to a JKC Trucking news release.

“If these drivers all refuse to go into these areas, the food supply chain collapses. There’s going to be no more essential goods. The people in these states are going to run out of food. Then there’s going to be complete chaos. I’d say 72 hours and that’s it. The party’s over.”

And it isn’t just the hot spots like Minneapolis, where the self-important city council has already voted to begin the process of dismantling the police department. Or New York, where leftist Mayor Bill de Blasio and a leftist city council are apparently more interested in painting the words “Black Lives Matter” on the street than protecting actual black lives with adequate police officers.

(On Sunday, the New York Post reported the city has seen 777 shooting incidents this year — one more than in all of 2019. The incidents resulted in 942 killed or wounded victims, the Post reported.)

USA Today reported Friday that police departments across the country are having funding slashed as a result of the “defund the police” movement and the toll the coronavirus crisis has taken on local government budgets.

Well, there isn’t much a local official can do about the pandemic unleashed on the world by the deception of the Chinese Communist Party, but one thing every elected official in the United States should remember is that the first function of government is to protect the lives and property of its citizens.

If Democrats aren’t willing to do that — and Democrats are the political party we’re talking about — they have no business being in a position to make decisions. Because it might mean the supplies their citizens rely on won’t be available for purchase (much less looting).

“What are we supposed to do when we’re in trouble?” Kucharski asked the Daily Caller in an interview published Monday.

“I mean … somebody wants to hijack the truck? Somebody beats up a driver? You know, hurts my driver? We’re not going to be able to help them, and we’re not going to be able to provide the backup for them to be safe.”

His sentiments have struck a chord:

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#1. To: BTP Holdings (#0)

I often work in Seattle. I wont if they do this, I will refuse all jobs there. Ya, i can conceal carry, but i would most definitely be prosecuted for defending myself, and the jury would probably convict.

City is entirely filled with morons.


Dead Culture Watch  posted on  2020-08-05   23:32:56 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#2. To: Dead Culture Watch (#1)

i can conceal carry,

I had a cousin who ran a cigarette vending route on south side of Chicago.

One day he was going down side street ton near south side. Three black guys stepped out in front of him. One had a pistol. He floored it.

They put four rounds in left rear of truck, driver high. The boss was mad because the stock got torn up. He said, "Screw that! he stock saved my life." But he is dead a long time now.

He carried a 32.20 revolver. One time a black kid tried tot seal some stuff off the back of his truck and he was shooting at him.

When I lived in Chicago in late 70s. I was making cosmetics deliveries for this woman in old neighborhood. She had this purple fluid that would take the kinks out of black's hair.

I would deliver it in my Blazer by the gallon to beauty shops on south side. She told me, "Don't take any checks from those people." So I collected CASH. By the time I was finished I had $500 to $800 on me. I stayed OFF the side streets. And I ALWAYS CARRIED A PISTOL.

I never had any trouble. But once I was making right turn on SE side at 95th and Stony Island. There was a KABOOM off to my left. I floored it and got out of there.

I looked at the driver door later and there were little ding marks on it like maybe they shot a .410 at me.

Some of those people just did not like whites. :-/

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2020-08-06   9:58:16 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#3. To: BTP Holdings (#2)

Sounds like you’ve had an interesting life man!


Dead Culture Watch  posted on  2020-08-07   22:03:47 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#4. To: Dead Culture Watch (#3)

Sounds like you’ve had an interesting life man!

More than you can imagine. My Committeeman in Chicago told me once, "You've led and interesting life."

The big problem is the meningitis wiped out so much memory I am thankful when I can recall these events from the past. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2020-08-08   8:45:59 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

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