On the morning of December 3, Students for Life Action (SFLA) members were greeted with a note from pro-aboriton activists that read, “We will shoot up your Newman Center with our new AR14 rifles.”
The entire note read, “If our right to abortion in Bellevue is taken away due to the attempt to pass an abortion ban and it gets passed we will shoot up your Newman Center with our new AR14 rifles.”
Students for Life Action was meeting at the Newman Center, located between the University of Nebraska-Omaha & the College of St. Mary, to host a political workshop.
I’d like one of them there AR-14 rifles. That’d be a collector’s item for sure.
Twenty-twenty-two was “one of the most dangerous years for law enforcement in recent history,” the largest police advocacy group in the country said Wednesday amid a nationwide crime surge in Democratic-run cities.
“Last year we saw more officers shot in the line of duty than any other since the National Fraternal Order of Police began recording this data in late 2015,” group president Patrick Yoes said in a statement. “It is unlike anything I’ve seen in my 36 years of law enforcement.”
Three-hundred-twenty-three police officers were shot and 60 killed from gunfire this year as of Dec. 19, according to a report from the Fraternal Order of Police, which counts more than 350,000 police officers as members. That’s a 13 percent increase from this time in 2019 and the highest number of shootings since the group first tracked the data in 2015.
The group’s statement comes as so-called progressive district attorneys across the country push for lax prosecution that often puts violent criminals back on the street. In Virginia, for example, a Soros-funded Democratic prosecutor is being sued for letting a child rapist walk free. Another Soros-backed Democratic prosecutor, Larry Krasner in Philadelphia, oversaw 500 murders this year, bringing the murder rate to levels not seen since 1990. He has repeatedly failed to prosecute violent criminals.