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    Welcome to the Monday episode of “The David Hookstead Show.” On today’s episode, we’re talking about the National Fraternal Order of Police ripping the NFL for donating to anti-police groups, the Jaguars fire Urban Meyer in humiliating fashion, Meyer breaks his silence on his fall from grace, Dan Campbell gives awesome locker room speech after the Lions upset the Cardinals, teenager shoots a robber in Philadelphia, Tim Dillon rips the media’s coverage of the Waukesha massacre, “Yellowstone” season four is winding down in great fashion and “1883” premieres on Paramount+. Let’s dive right in! TOPICS: Police Organization Drops The Hammer On The NFL For Donating To Anti-Police Groups Jacksonville Jaguars Announce Shocking News About Urban Meyer ‘Fragile’: Urban Meyer Breaks Silence On His Firing With Insane Comments ‘Gritty F**king Group’: Detroit Lions Coach Gives Incredible Speech After Upset Win. The Video Is Pure Football Porn Teenager Shoots Robber Attacking His Mother Point Blank In The Head In Crazy Video ‘Dehumanizing To White People’: Comedian Torches The Media For Distorting The Waukesha Massacre The Bloody Final Moments Of...
    The National Fraternal Order of Police blasted the National Football League after reports showed that the league has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to anti-police groups that advocate for the end of American police departments. A recent review of the NFL’s “Inspire Change” social justice spending by Fox News found that the leagues have given hundreds of thousands to at least three anti-cop groups. In addition, the review shows that the NFL is proudly supporting the Vera Institute of Justice, the Oregon Justice Resource Center, and the Community Justice Exchange, all of which support defunding and abolishing the police. After the news broke, the National President of the Fraternal Order of Police, Patrick Yoes, condemned the NFL for its activist spending. “I find it incredibly ironic that NFL teams travel and play every week under the protection of local law enforcement,” Yoes wrote in a Friday tweet. ATLANTA, GEORGIA – SEPTEMBER 12: A police officer stands inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium during the national anthem prior to the game between the Atlanta Falcons and the Philadelphia Eagles on September 12,...
    The NFL is taking some serious heat after reportedly donating money to anti-police groups. In a bombshell report from Fox News, it was revealed that the league had donated substantial money through the “Inspire Change” program to at least three groups with anti-police stances. The three groups known about are the Vera Institute of Justice, the Oregon Justice Resource Center and the Community Justice Exchange. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Most notably, the NFL donated $300,000 to the Oregon Justice Resource Center. Now, the police are hitting back. REPORT: The NFL Has Donated To Groups That Support Defunding The Police https://t.co/vxuHxjsGhz — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 15, 2021 National president of the Fraternal Order of Police Patrick Yoes stated the following in part in a Thursday night release: I find it incredibly ironic that NFL teams travel and play every week under the protection of local law enforcement; we have officers in stadiums, parking lots and even on the sidelines to ensure the safety of the players, team personnel, and of course,...
    Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said he stopped negotiating with Democrats because they wanted to defund the police. National police organizations say that's false. Two of the largest police organizations in the country suggested that a Republican senator lied about negotiations over a police reform bill, which fell apart last week despite months of negotiations between Democrats and Republicans in Congress. Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) — the lead Republican negotiator on the since failed police reform legislation — said Sunday that talks fell apart because Democrats wanted to "defund the police." "Many provisions in this bill [Democrats] wanted me to agree to limited or reduced funding for the police," Scott said on CBS News' "Face the Nation." However, a statement released Tuesday from the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Fraternal Order of Police said that's not true. "Despite some media reports, at no point did any legislative draft propose 'defunding the police,'" the statement says. "In fact, the legislation specifically provided additional funding to assist law enforcement agencies in...
    More than a dozen of the largest national police organizations on Tuesday announced what they dubbed the “most consolidated police-community engagement project in history.” The Faith & Blue initiative is a weekend-long project in which faith organizations and law enforcement groups will lead activities to strengthen relationships between police and local communities. The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), International Association of Chiefs of Police and many other groups partnered with the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Justice for the initiative. “While I believe in human and civil rights — I’ve been leading marches and protests my whole life — the best march that we have today is to march hand-in-hand with our public safety professionals to figure out a way forward,” Faith & Blue Weekend founder Rev. Markel Hutchins said during a press conference Tuesday. “Too much fear and anxiety on all sides, is what has gotten us to this place.” “We need our nation to stand up,” he continued. (RELATED: Violent Crime Surged In These Cities After Mass Black Lives Matter, Anti-Police...
    (CNN)High-stakes talks over a major revamp of policing laws are at a precarious state, with influential law enforcement groups divided, lawmakers struggling to bridge a gap on long-standing sticking points and skepticism among many congressional Republicans about the need for legislation at a time of rising crime in the United States. The complicated dynamic comes at a crucial time: After blowing past two deadlines, lawmakers say they need to make a decision by August on whether they can reach a deal or pull the plug. And now it's anyone's guess whether a deal can be reached, a sharp shift from just weeks ago when the talks were seen as the most likely to produce a bipartisan accord amid high-profile episodes of deadly police violence. California Rep. Karen Bass, the lead House Democratic negotiator, told CNN on Tuesday that "one of the problems right now" is how some of the law enforcement groups are approaching the prospect of new legislation. "I think the big thing going on in law enforcement, is whether or not they want to be open to reform....
    (CNN)Several national organizations representing law enforcement officers are applauding President Joe Biden's pick to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives ahead of his confirmation hearing Wednesday, according to correspondence obtained by CNN.In a series of letters addressed to the Senate Judiciary Committee, national policing groups endorsed the nomination of David Chipman -- a fierce advocate for gun control -- whose hearing comes as the nation faces a spike in mass shootings. "David has enormous credibility as a 25-year veteran of ATF with on-the-ground experience," wrote Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum, adding Chipman had demonstrated deep understanding of gun crime issues.The ATF has been without a permanent director since 2015.Other organizations expressing their support included the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, Women in Federal Law Enforcement, Hispanic American Police Command Officers Association, and the National Black Police Association. Read MoreIf confirmed, Chipman would return to the agency where he worked for over two decades as a special agent.After leaving the ATF in 2012, Chipman became a senior adviser at Everytown for...
    WASHINGTON -- The inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden will take place in a Washington on edge, after the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol unleashed a wave of fear and unmatched security concerns. And law enforcement officials are contending not only with the potential for outside threats but also with rising concerns about an insider attack by troops with a duty to protect him.There have been no specific threats made against Biden.The nation's capital is essentially on lockdown. More than 25,000 troops and police have been called to duty. Tanks and concrete barriers block the streets. The National Mall is closed. Fencing lines the perimeter of the U.S. Capitol complex. Checkpoints sit at intersections. The U.S. Secret Service, which is in charge of the event, says it is prepared.SEE ALSO: Everything to know about Joe Biden's inauguration EMBED More News Videos The theme of this year's inauguration is "America United," an issue that's long been a central focus for the Joe Biden campaign. But law enforcement officials have been monitoring members of far-right extremist and militia groups. They have grown...
    Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump are marching Wednesday in multiple rallies in Washington as they back his objection to the certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the November election. Trump is speaking at a rally on the Ellipse, just south of the White House. Biden is set to deliver remarks Wednesday from his home in Delaware after meeting with his economic advisers. Congress is expected to certify the Electoral College results on Wednesday. Ahead of Wednesday’s events, Trump continued to use Twitter to make unsubstantiated claims that he won the election. “They won’t stand for a landslide election victory to be stolen,” the president said of those traveling to Washington for the rallies. Hundreds of people gathered Tuesday night in Washington, including some groups who clashed with police. Authorities said they arrested at least six people on charges that included weapons and ammunition possession, assaulting a police officer and possessing a stun gun. Washington streets were shut down, and Mayor Muriel Bowser called in the National Guard, fearing repeats of violence between protest groups like the city saw...
    DRONES similar to those used to blast terrorists in Syria and Afghanistan could replace police helicopters and fight domestic crims like Extinction Rebellion. Cops in Wales used a high tech Elbit Systems Hermes 900 drone in simulation exercises which would normally be carried out by police choppers. 2Drones similar to those used in Syria could replace police helicopters and be used to combat groups like Extinction Rebellion The Hermes 900 is similar to the RAF’s Reaper drones which target terrorists in combat zones in the Middle East – but the Israeli made drone can also be used for reconnaissance and monitoring. Policing Minister Kit Malthouse said: “Our police confront danger to protect us and they deserve the best tools and the best technology. “These trials may point to a new and more effective way for the police’s air service to do its vital job - finding missing people and bearing down on crime.” Captain Ollie Dismore, Director of Flight Operations at the National Police Air Service added: “Meeting the diverse needs of the police forces of England and Wales requires...
    A coalition of Christian groups including the Church of God in Christ and the National Association of Evangelicals is launching a new criminal justice reform push that seeks to rally believers behind policing changes grounded in biblical principles. Set to be announced Wednesday, the Prayer & Action Justice Initiative has its roots in a campaign started in the aftermath of the coronavirus to help save small churches at risk of closing, with top contributors to that work now channeling their energy toward the criminal justice project. It is expected to include prayer gatherings, nonviolent protests and policy advocacy -- all aimed at advancing the cause of racial equity in the justice system. "This initiative is confronting the fact that some parts of the church have failed on this, that the church hasn't been clear," Justin Giboney, president of the AND Campaign, a Christian social justice advocacy group that is leading the initiative, told The Associated Press. Nationwide protests that flared for weeks after the police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and other Black Americans galvanized engagement by...
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