Thursday, September 22, 2016

Chicago math: City net hirings of cops could be zero

The media is trumpeting and celebrating Chicago's announced hiring of 1,000 police officers who will face battle in the bloody streets of Chiraq. But many of the "new hires" will be current officers being promoted, Second City Cop explains. And the total number of cops retiring could end up being 900 for the year. What if it's more?

So those 1,000 new cops--sure, there will be new faces, but it will cost nearly $140,000 to train these new men and women in blue. And the police superintendent isn't saying where the money to train these crimefighters is coming from.

Folks, this is Chicago math. And this is how Third World nations are run. On lies.

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