The Democratic Convention being held in Milwaukee next month has run into some security issues. Over 100 police groups have pulled out of security detail for the convention. The reason is said to be a result of DNC restrictions on use of pepper spray and tear gas and the “Defund The Police” movement being supported by mainstream democrats.
The DNC and city of Milwaukee have looked for other solutions to ensure peaceful protests and protection of convention goers. Insiders said they are considering:
Social workers as first line of defense. Engaging with rioters and protesters asking things like, “Do you think there might be other more productive avenues for your anger?” And, “How could we resolve your issues without throwing that Molotov cocktail?”
Speakers with classical music and John Lennon’s “Give Peace a Chance” playing day and night around the convention area.
Donald Trump impersonators used for sightings of the President on the other side of town. Thus, driving rioters away from the convention area.
Plenty of breaks in the convention coverage so prominent democrats, Hollywood elite, city officials, leftist apologists and other media can kneel towards the protesters.
Provide blocks away a mock federal courthouse and gutted out police cars that rioters can attack and burn.
Offering competitive wages not to riot. George Soros organizations pay $100 per night plus bonus for TV appearances so they are considering $150 per day to stay home at mommy’s house.
An insider wishing to remain anonymous said, “We were caught off guard when the police and security groups backed out. It is great for ratings when police clash with rioters and fits our narrative of protests being peaceful until the racist police show up.” They went on to say, “I guess we will have to consider coming up with some well thought out policy recommendations and other solutions for the country. That is something we have not done before.”
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