News Media's "War on Police" continues in San Antonio. In the latest liberal/leftist spin, KSAT-TV Channel 12 and the San Antonio Express-News published a map that shows which precincts supported anti-police Proposition B and did not but supported the police.
However, the map reveals the race and class warfare fanned by the liberal/leftist politicians and community leaders, and the local news media. The news reports spun the election as a “loss” for police reform, not a victory for the police or law and order.
The news media never mentions the results of the anti-police elections in communities like Portland, Minneapolis, and Austin. Those anti-police elections have lefts those cities with fewer police officers and higher rime rates.
The local news media is also downplaying, if reporting at all, minority-on-minority crime and violence. They are not interested in violence unless it involves police officers.
The news reports also make no connection between the precincts that supported the anti-police Proposition B and the "poverty industry." These precincts have residents that depend on government and social services. Thus, they are susceptible to liberal/leftist politicians and community leaders who play the race card and preach class warfare.
Leftist political bosses and groups thrive on the poverty industry because they keep people economically and politically dependent. They promote socialism because economically independent people are a nightmare for political bosses to control.
San Antonio’s anti-police movement has not given up on punishing and defunding the police by any means necessary. The liberal/leftist news media continues to run almost daily anti-police reports and articles, while the politicians and community leaders continue to preach the race card and class warfare.
San Antonio citizens and voters need to wake up and push back against radical, liberal/leftist racism and socialism. We must encourage and demand a color-blind judicial system, not one that considers race and income like “affirmative action.”
San Antonio also needs local news media that is fair and balanced and counters the liberal/leftist bias reporting. Citizens should also be more active in educating and informing people about local economic freedom and liberal/leftist racism.
We should remember, if the truth makes us "free," Fake News will enslave us.