Charlotte Protesters Have Their List Of Demands Post Shooting

Because of course they do. These little Social Justice Warriors always have their list of demands. And it’s a real hoot that this always seems to be a bunch of leftists making a list of demands for Democrats who are in charge of the areas where things have gone wrong. Like in Charlotte

(Heat Street) Protesters in Charlotte have released a list of demands they say must be met before they allow the city to return to peace and quiet.

Although Friday and Saturday saw a return to some semblance of order — thanks to push-back from Charlotte’s police department, and a curfew designed to prevent the type of violence seen earlier in the week – the “CharLIT Uprising,” as it’s now known, says that the “damage is done” and that the city will remain in a “state of emergency” until their demands are met.

It’s quite a wish-list. Among the requests: a complete “demilitarization” of the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police force (including the “immediate return of all military equipment”; “defunding” the CMPD’s $250 million budget; a citizen oversight board from “communities most impacted by policing and incarceration” that can fire officers; and reparations for Keith L. Scott’s family “as well as the families of those who have been killed.”

It is quite a list. They want all those arrested during the “uprising” released immediately and all charges dropped. We assume they include those involved in arson, assault, vandalism, breaking and entering, and theft. Oh, and what about the guy arrested for murdering another protester? Is he included for release and dropped charges? Of course, because these special snowflakes think a police officer shot and killed Justin Carr.

7. THE RELEASE OF ALL THE NAMES OF THE OFFICERS INVOLVED IN THE KILLING OF KEITH L. SCOTT TO THE PUBLIC FOLLOWED BY THEIR FIRING, ARREST AND PROSECUTION

So much for due process. They’re basically a lynch mob.

9. COMMUNITY CONTROL OF THE POLICE, STARTING WITH THE CREATION OF A CIVILIAN OVERSIGHT BOARD THAT HAS THE POWER TO HIRE AND FIRE OFFICERS, DETERMINE DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS AS WELL AS DICTATE POLICE POLICIES, PRIORITIES, AND BUDGETS. THE BOARD SHALL NOT INCLUDE POLICE REPRESENTATION AND WILL BE CONTROLLED BY COMMUNITIES MOST IMPACTED BY POLICING AND INCARCERATION IN CHARLOTTE.

Well, there’s a great idea. Let’s put the people who have the most violence in their communities in charge of the police who have to attempt to stop the violence in the most criminal communities.

Seriously, why do Democrat Party voters in a Democratic Party run city have so many problems with how the city is run by Democrats? It’s almost like Democratic Party policies first create the conditions of criminality, poverty, and violence.

Unsurprisingly, they are now starting to mix all their other gripes into the mix. Among the events planned for Monday the 26th, we get

Black fast food workers in Charlotte are going on strike tomorrow to protest poverty wages and police brutality and will be marching over to do a speak out in front of the police station at 5:30pm @ 601 E Trade Street.

I wonder how many will be fired for blowing off work? It’s not like they can’t be replaced in a heartbeat.

Crossed at Pirate’s Cove. Follow me on Twitter @WilliamTeach.

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