Americans Should Definitely Be the Cops of the World
It'd be downright selfish to keep such fine policing to themselves
If recent events in the US show anything it is that we should definitely put America’s political class in charge of more of the world’s problems. What this globe really needs is for people of the caliber of Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Bill de Blasio, Charlie Baker and Gavin Newsom to have an increased say about what goes on beyond America’s borders. Luckily there is a $700 billion military machine that can make that happen.
America’s politicians and security forces have made such a great job of running their own domestic affairs that they should definitely be the arbiters of affairs in other countries as well.
The US military ought to make sure, with threats and force if necessary, that moral giants and geniuses with a golden touch in the mold of Pelosi and Trump are put in charge of such complex questions as:
Who is the rightful president of Venezuela?
Should Sunni Islamists run Syria?
Which is the rightful government of Yemen?
Should Bosnia’s Christians be allowed to secede?
Does Taiwan belong to China?
Who does Crimea belong to?
How to split up the South China Sea?
How to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula?
Who does the West Bank belong to?
When to regime change Iran?
Truly the sooner Americans are running not just the US, but the world, the sooner the world becomes a happy serene place in the mold of a quiet provincial American town, say Minneapolis.
AG Barr and Defense Secretary Esper are both walking around the streets of Washington DC visiting police.
— Kambree (@KamVTV) June 2, 2020
Vine St. Expressway, Philly.
THEY ARE LITERALLY TRAPPED. pic.twitter.com/1uV8ydoXF4
— ROME (@bbcease) June 1, 2020
DC, tonight MPD cops under the authority of @ChiefNewsham and @MayorBowser unleashed tear gas into a private home that took in dozens of protesters after they were cornered off for arrests in a neighborhood.
This is an absolutely disgusting abuse of power by @DCPoliceDept. pic.twitter.com/Rq7nYLiGNT
— Alex Taliadoros (@AlexCTaliadoros) June 2, 2020
You know those radicals who say "never call the cops"? Here's some supporting evidence. https://t.co/EbWVyK5vtE
— Thaddeus Russell (@ThaddeusRussell) June 2, 2020
“I will not put an officer in harms way to protect the property inside of a building,” says the Raleigh Police Chief. pic.twitter.com/r7UghPpVVv
— Leigh Tauss (@LeighTauss) May 31, 2020
Cops are actually directing traffic for Antifa. Unbelievable. Whose side are they on? https://t.co/qkpJw66uOc
— Noah Pollak (@NoahPollak) June 2, 2020
Hard to describe how rampant the looting was tonight in Midtown Manhattan and how lawless it was. Complete anarchy. Literally hundreds of stores up and down Broadway, Fifth Ave, Sixth Ave. Kids ruling the streets like it was a party. pic.twitter.com/y9Ly1UD1WX
— Rachel Olding (@rachelolding) June 2, 2020
This isn't journalism. This is activism. This is excusing arson, looting, rioting, and the destruction of minority-owned businesses.
This is CNN. pic.twitter.com/rHCiOwY2kW
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) June 1, 2020
Have you considered sending all the looters to nursing homes? https://t.co/HXWxXiJoQY
— Jon Gabriel (@exjon) June 2, 2020
At the FBI, we know that diversity makes us stronger. During #PrideMonth, the FBI celebrates the contributions that our #LGBT colleagues have made to our country and our mission. pic.twitter.com/SqLY732mpa
— FBI (@FBI) June 1, 2020