The Radical Left Wants To Abolish The Criminal Justice System

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Did you happen to see over the weekend I just saw this as I was doing show prep this morning, the CNN, the most trusted name and new gets me every time when I say that, but cnn did an interview with Vice President Kamala Harris, who I don't know if she's found the border yet or not fact, I think I saw she was going to the Canadian border before she even considered going to the Mexican border. So she may still need a map. I don't know. Maybe she could ask Siri how to find it. But nonetheless, she was on CNN socially distance with I guess it was Dana bash. About I don't know, we're closing on 20 feet or so now. I mean, it. It almost looks like the distance between the two of those folks was the distance for the world's long jump record or some such thing anyway. found that rather humorous this morning. Welcome to the program. I am your host, Todd Huff. You can email me your thoughts, your questions, your feedback. Yes, I'll even accept adoration and praise Todd, The Todd Huff show.com. And we are streaming this morning on well, presumably as long as our friends at Facebook, Twitter and YouTube allow that to be the case, we're streaming the program live and always The Todd Huff show.com. So it's good to be here. Thank you for joining us, asked you to download the podcast. If you're not able to listen to this entire program. That's okay. You can get it as a podcast totally free on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcast, Todd Huff show is the name of the show to search for that and there you go. So I want to start today. I want to start today by talking about the next phase. The next phase of the I guess you could say the the the fallout or the consequences or the next steps following the Derrick Chauvin trial and verdict. Now you would think you would think that folks who had been clamoring for the guilt of Derek Chauvin from the beginning would be content with this they are they are not, in fact, Patrice colores, who is a self proclaimed Marxist, she's a Marxist for those who may not know what that is, that is a communist. She believes that the state should be in control of everything, and that the individual is the servant of the state and that people who are elected to be in power are basically our lords and that our government is our God. That is what communism is. communism is a destructive, evil force on planet Earth, killing millions upon millions, in fact, the 20th century alone, and I want to lay the death total completely at the feet of simply communism, but largely communism killed, upwards of 100 million people in the 20th century. That's the 1900s. Again, we have a leftist tuning in I'm just playing you're welcome to listen to this program. And we can probably be be friends. If you're open to that. If you're a leftist here with us this morning, I welcome it, we will have a little fun from time to time. Take it easy, it's all on. Not personal, just having some fun, make fun of myself as well. But anyway, this this ideology, is what Patrice koehlers, who's one of the three founders of the Black Lives Matter movement is what she embraces. She's a trained Marxist is what she said, Do not ever ever forget that. And the reason you should never, ever forget that is because is because of the strategies implemented and employed by those in the Marxist movement.
He talked about a group that is engaged in pure propaganda. It is groups that are Marxist. Thank you can go back and you can Google, Google some of the Soviet Well, maybe Duck Duck go it, because I don't know what Google's scrubbed from existence. But you can go back and you can go to duck duck go or some other search engine that you have more confidence in than Google. And you can look, and you can see things that the Soviets, the communist Soviets, and the Soviet Union back during the Cold War, some of the tactics and strategies, the long game, if you will, that they were engaged in are focused on in an effort to basically make the United States weaker, to tear us apart because it was the United States of America back. Back in the day back when I was a kid, it was really good versus evil, right, Reagan, the evil empire, the Soviet Union was the evil empire, and that it was folks that it was there was no freedom. There was really no individual. The government was God, there wasn't even God, they wouldn't allow there to be God. Of course, there is God, there's nothing turns out you can do to stop that, despite their despite their objections. There's nothing you can do to stop that. But nonetheless, we have the the Soviet Union, who was in the evil empire, the evil empire, they viewed people as really parts, you're only part of the whole, the individual really does not matter. People people's dreams, ambitions, preferences wants desires matter, zero, to a communist, because it's only about the greater good, which I'm not against, the greater good The problem is the means by which we get there. See, when you're in a free society, when you're in a free society, like the United States, of America still sometimes is, when you're in a free society. there's a there's a concept that was coined by Adam Smith in the free markets talking about the invisible hand, the invisible hand that basically guides all of us to towards working together in some fashion that makes it beneficial for everyone for the greater for the greater good. You've heard the phrase a rising tide raises all ships, and that is based upon that concept, people acting in their own self interests, not selfishness, which is a different things, this is not at the expense of someone else's, it's simply focusing on what I need to be doing what is best for me, my business, my my family, finding ways in which we can cooperate freely, turns out to be a much, much, much better way to achieve this, you're no longer managing limited resources, and free markets, you actually have more resources. And you see more people becoming wealthy, you see more people, more people who are able to say move up in, I don't like to look at life this way. But some people do, but to move up from different socio economic groups. So you were in the whatever class they want to classify you as and because of free market economics and because of your ability to do things that you you know, desire to do think will work providing a solution to the market, whatever, you can actually jump ahead multiple, you can jump multiple socio economic classes in your lifetime. In fact, it's common for people to move back and forth between different ones. That doesn't happen in communists, nations like the Soviet Union was, in fact, you're locked into where you are. And if you're at the top, your job is to basically live in luxury, live in luxury while you place your boot, your boot on the necks of whatever you can get out of the economy and less and less is produced because there's less and less reasons to work hard, there's no incentive to be productive to be.
To to, to express or to bring to the market ingenuity, it's simply survival. Unless again, you're at the top and you are taking enough to where you can live in palaces. And there's a Starker there's actually a stark contrast between the haves and the have nots because the haves are the ones that are in positions of power, taking by force, by intimidation, by fear by removing Liberty from those in society. This is what Marxism is, this is what Patricia Patrice koehlers, one of the founders The Black Lives Matter movement, who, by the way now has at least $1,000,001.3 million home, which again, I don't care. I don't care. But don't tell me. Don't tell me your marches the night. I never played this, but she actually had some explanation. I'll have to look that up and time permitting what we might get to that. But she said, Well, you know, I have I have basically I have money now, but I think about my family. Right? So it's not just mine, it's my family's. Well, wait a second. That's not what communism is. communism is that it's ours to Patrice once you cough it up over here. Hot Shot if things changed a little bit. No, it's human nature. This is what happens every time to a communist, what's theirs is theirs. And what's yours is there's also it's the way that it works. That's why the radical left lovers of big government, they love to tell other people what to do with their money. They do. In fact, Mitt Romney said this back, one of the things I really cheered for romney about back in 2012, when he ran for president against brock obama, he said something to the effect of more Americans or more Americans are concerned with what we do with America's money than what I do with ours, or some such that we're what I do with mine, some such thing, right, and that that's the way we should be. It's his money. It's his money. Government's money is our money. Let's focus on that. Let's focus on the trillions we're spending here and there to do things that can never be accomplished this side of heaven. How about that? Anyway, Patrice Koehler, she's out there. She's a trained Marxist. She's a propagandist. She's one of the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement, not happy. Not happy. Really, with the Shogun verdict? I mean, yeah, it's the right thing she says, but now it just ceases to point out what is wrong with our system of justice. And she's now calling herself an abolitionist. Now, you may think an abolitionist, is someone like Abraham Lincoln, back in the 1860s, when we when America fought to stop slavery? Right? You might think that, but see, she takes that very politically charged word and word that has significance in American history for slavery. She's saying, look, this is we're still dealing, we're still dealing with systemic racism in our criminal justice system. She says, and so she ready to abolish it. Whatever the world, that means, abolish the criminal justice system. She's ready for that. That's the next thing. That's the next thing. The radical stuff never stops coming. pays too well, my friends, it pays to well, the radical things just keep on coming. And they will keep coming. There is no stop to this. It serves a couple of purposes, one of the one of the primary purposes, is it see it, it serves to move the argument in their direction. So you hear the average person says, Can we find some common ground? Well, the leftist says, Sure, we'll find common ground, how about I moved my argument 5000 miles to the left. So that what I've done is I've moved the middle ground, if the conservative stays fixed and his position where he thinks is correct. And I'm going to take mine about 9,000,000%. Further, from what I think is legitimate past the mark, so far, I can't even see it as suddenly, it makes the position I originally intended to achieve the middle ground, because I'm so far so far off the path of reality, that the middle becomes my fringe beliefs to begin with. And there we go. And that's what's happening here. The abolition of the criminal justice system. Remember, last year, we were talking about defunding police, we're still you still hear echoes of that. defunding police have you seen the number of police departments now that are having trouble finding officers? What a shock, by the way, who could have possibly predicted this being the case?
Wonder what the consequences of the abolition of our criminal justice system, what will those consequences be? We're about to find out because that's the next thing on the docket for the radical left that and climate change. Which the Project Veritas expos a of CNN has shown us and now cnn dutifully moving right along, planning their climate change summit, talking about the impending climate change crisis, and we're in an emergency situation and we've got to act today, just like we did with COVID which don't think they're not going to politically try to benefit from that as well. But anyway, lots of things to get to but I want to play when we get back I want to play Bit of what Patrice Koehler said on on Instagram, and I want you to hear her words. And I want you to understand what we're dealing with when it comes to the real war on these on these American institutions packing the court abolition of our criminal justice system, right. Any any piece of voting legislation that serves to prevent against voter fraud is termed voter oppression laws. Anyway, timeouts in order, come back and discuss those things on the other side of the break. You're listening to the mF conservative, not bitter talk. I am your host, Todd Huff back in a minute.
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Hey, y'all, this daily digest I want to talk about the verdict and I want to talk about abolition. So for an abolitionist, the question is always is a guilty verdict for a cop and actually abolitionists act? Is this something that we should be celebrating? And I'll say this as an organizer as someone who has come To be organized all my life, you go with what the people want. You give them what you want, you give them the victory, a guilty cop was convicted of all the charges was convicted of murder. We don't see that often. We rarely see this. It's not a sign that our criminal justice system is working. It's actually a sign that it's broken.
There you go. It's not a sign. The verdict is not a sign that the criminal justice system is working. No, no, no, it's a sign that it is broken. It is a sign that it is broken because she goes on to tell us real justice if the if we had real justice in our system, then George Floyd and now mkhaya Bryant as she references as well in this video would both be would both be alive today. I don't know I get I know we've talked about it on here that mkhaya Bryant video. She was literally in the process of trying to stab another girl somewhere in the head, neck face area. She was in the process, she brought a knife. First of all, she had a knife she had it drawn, she pulled the knife back as far as she basically could basically 180 degrees behind her if you can, if you can imagine. Just you know, pulling your arm back as far as you can with a knife and then beginning the process to swing it again at the head and neck face area of another of another woman. That's what she was doing when the officer fired the same officer that LeBron James doxed exposed on identified on Twitter and threatened him LeBron James out there threatening to, you know, come after this officer, your next hashtag accountability. The officer was there I said nine seconds I had read nine seconds from the time he got out of his car until the time he was firing. Whatever it was three or four shots into mkhaya Brian does she was trying to stablish in her own words. Her last words before she was shot as far as I could tell from the video was something to the effect of I'm going to blanking stab you you blank, maybe even kill you stab and kill you something like that. I'd have to I can look during the break. So she comes out clearly with intent. Clearly, you know knocking people around and then turns on another girl to stab her to what the intent of she said the killer I believe ought to look it up. At least to stab her. In the place she was trying to stab her was in the head and neck area. The officer was there for roughly 10 seconds. It from the time he got out of his cruiser shut the door and saw you know MCI and it looked like knock one girl down. He was distracted. He looked up start charging and another girl was yelling at her she did not listen. And he shot her to prevent the death or severe injury to another. Another girl. Another an actual someone that would have actually been a victim here. Not someone who was in the middle of trying to commit a heinous crime. So now we're on to this one, as well as the LeBron James Doc's, the officer letting everyone know who he is and saying, Hey, we're coming after you next. It was on the very day that Derek Chauvin was found guilty. You're up next buddy boy, basically is what LeBron James was saying. Of course, LeBron James may have seen may have seen him NBC, his video, NBC when they first aired clips of this they edited out the part that showed mkhaya Bryant with a knife. Turns out that may have been a pretty rough, relevant factor to what happened. Can you see that all this works together, you've got a deceitful media, you've got radicals here calling for the abolition of the criminal justice system. And now they're saying that true justice. True justice means that they would not be George Floyd or mkhaya Brian would not be would not be dead. And so we have to abolish our criminal justice system. Now in the case of MCI, Brian, I don't know what the I don't know what Patrice colores wants to have had happen there. I don't know what in the world she thinks could have happened. Derek Chauvet and clearly Clearly off, sued me in the Georgia for white death there. Chauvin clearly played a role in in that, whether or not he's I know some people are, hey, this guy really wasn't guilty. Other people say he was of something in between whatever the case may be. But there's a role that he played in, at least arguably, right? Some people say, Well, it was drugs, and but then the medical evidence doesn't seem to suggest that all that sort of stuff, but in this case with mkhaya, Brian, it is very cut and dry. Very, very cut and dry. So the only thing she says Patrice colors that can really, I guess remedy, what we're seeing in these cases is the complete abolition of the criminal justice system. I don't know what she would implement as in the void that she would create. I don't know if she would just put it on the honor system and tell people to behave better. What would a train Marxist implement in the streets of the United States of America day should she completely abolish the criminal justice system for this is what the cries are for this is you're going to begin to hear some of this as well. This is moving it further and further to the left so that some of their leftist ideas to begin with those sounds are crazy when contrast contrasted and compared with something like abolish the criminal justice system or defund the police. quick timeout is an order here that'll take a break. Come back and continue our discussion. You're listening here to almost conservative, not bitter talk. I'm your host Todd Huff back here in just a minute.
Welcome back, I want to make sure that I am absolutely correct in my I guess I'll say reporting not a journalist telling you what I think about this crazy stuff happening out there but I want to make sure I get it correct the last words that were heard on the video, then mkhaya Bryant again this is the 16 year old girls shot in columbus ohio for what appears to be clearly her attempt to stab seriously injure or possibly kill another female her last the last words that were caught on the video as she was screaming coming out of the house and going after the girl where I'm going to stab the blank out of you blank. I wasn't sure if it said the word kill but it says stabbed the blank out of you blank. And she was swinging the knife toward the again head face neck area. So it is with that in mind that I want to listen to this if you want to listen to pure insanity and craziness. I incur Well, just watch clips of msnbc joy read I may have had you I made it. It's a little redundant when I said crazy MSNBC and joy read those are all synonyms in the world of crazy, I understand. But she the things that she says in her program. If they do well, they're utterly insane, a good portion of the time. But this is considered logical and reasonable. To the radical left here she is basically saying hey, why can't we just let kids have knife fights? See, the big deal is we had in high school my teachers broke them up they didn't even gun it's what she's what she says here. Again, just look at the video. The video speaks 100% for itself. It is tragic, it is terrible, but the things that we have to listen to, and the things that we have to discuss in the wake of this of this. love these things is sometimes just beyond beyond even remotely rational Listen to this. This is Julie read on her program. I think over right before the week, maybe last last week, end of last week, here you go. Come on joy. I swear I just played this thing and now it is this happens repeatedly here. Hold on. Let me do this again.
Here we go. This is the way this is gonna go down the way most of these shooting cases go down because police have tremendous latitude to use deadly force fine. But the problem is, at this point, everything police say to me is just a claim. It needs to be proven. Even if there's a list full account, they won't tell us who made the 911 call, neighbors say that the little girl that mkhaya made the 911 call, they aren't telling us that they aren't being fully transparent here. That's why it's very difficult to trust what they're saying. So as you look at the circumstances of this, can you just walk us through how police should act in a case like this? Because, you know, I was saying on my Instagram earlier, I remember fights in even high school, or even younger than that, where a kid brought a pen knife or something to school, and teachers were able to defuse that, and they have guns. So there you go. Maybe we should disarm the police as well. I don't want to give them any ideas here. Because I'm sure that they'll be clamoring for that as well. Maybe Maybe there should have been What do we want? We want? What social workers out there what a social worker been able to defuse the situation? How Wait, the amount of ignorance into human nature and the and when you see something evil being perpetrated someone about to be stabbed? How What do you think you're going to do about this? Joy, read MSNBC, what do you think you're going to do about this? Have a nice peaceful conversation when I was in college, I literally had a professor had a professor, kid you not? Who says he was a complete pacifist to the point where a student asked him so what would you do if you came home? And your wife was being violently attacked? He literally told us I am not making this up. And educated man and educated man said he would sit and talk with and reason with the person perpetrating the violence. What? How? How is that as though that's some sort of a noble thing. As you're in this analogy, in this hypothetical, his wife was being violently attacked by somebody he was gonna take the high road and reason what the man idiotic, truly idiotic, and the amount of reality one has to ignore and refuse to accept to come to that conclusion. It would take me months of explaining on this program to get to the point where someone would say that is a logical conclusion. And this guy thought he was really smart and had the moral high ground because of his insistence on being a complete and complete pacifist. Sometimes folks newsflash, newsflash to folks who don't seem nine, this isn't you, but to people out there who don't seem to understand the violence and evil exists. Sometimes the absolute just thing to do is to employ whatever means is necessary to stop someone else from suffering, the harm of an injustice of an evil. Some folks just refuse to accept that. Anyway, they refuse to accept reality on a lot of on a lot of levels joy read, maybe leading the pack on that I gotta take a break. quick timeout, be back here in just a minute.
Welcome back, there's something else to keep your eye on. If you haven't been doing so is just to keep in the, I guess, the back of your mind this election audit in the state of Arizona, Maricopa County in particular, that is something that is moving moving forward. And there's some of these things around the country, but just just keep an eye on this stuff, as the results of the audits, hopefully, eventually come in. But I want to talk about something here today that I mentioned last week. I mentioned last week. I know many of you have a have children or grandchildren. And I meant that I mentioned a piece that was written on a cartoon, or written in I should say, an ABC a news report about a cartoon, Bluey. My kids watch Blue Blue is about a what a family of cartoon dogs who live I think in Australia. I think it's Australia. And that's a family of four. I think that they're blue healers, and so two of them are blue, And two of them are pan slash Brown. And this is what a journalist As a journalist or editorialist, I'm in today's world, it places like ABC, it's the same thing. No one, there's not any journalists anymore. There's a couple author that care about reporting and not inserting themselves in their opinions into pieces. But listen to this, my bluee struggle. This is this is what she writes representation. I understand for that, for the most part blueys creators don't view their show through a political lens. That's, that might be naive in today's world. But nonetheless, I'm aware that this may come across as asking too much of a show that's already so tender, nuanced and joyful. But it's exactly because bluee has demonstrated depth and range that I can't help asking anyway. My question is this. Can bluee be more representative? And yes, I'm aware that blueys border collie pal McKinsey is from New Zealand. As a parent of color, I am always conscious of the presence or absence of diverse representation in kids pop culture, what it means for children, and the conversations we have around that. I sincerely believe you don't have to be other in quotes to think about this too. We live in a world where the majority of main characters on children's televisions, television are white, where there are more animals than people of color. protagonists populating the pages of children's books, where there are disabled, queer, poor, gender diverse. I shouldn't be where are the dissemble disabled gender queer, poor, gender diverse dogs of color and single parent dog families in blueys, Brisbane, if they're in the background, let them come forward. Matan Maynard, oh, this doesn't matter. Anyway. So she's out there clamoring. clamoring for more dogs of color. And their dogs are literally blue. The dogs are blue, the dogs are a cartoon. This has nothing to do with anything. That's remotely close. I don't know. How does she know that they're even white? What is what did they say to us? I mean, I don't watch the program that closely. Their dogs. On top of that they're cartoon dogs. This is we've gotten to the point. And this goes back to the silly nonsense, the Patrice kolors was, was saying and de logic are saying earlier, and I played on the program today. But logic has seem to have left the building. And these things become hip. And this becomes you know, these folks become the trailblazers on these issues because they write and say stuff like this. What on earth does it mean to have more white? or excuse me less white? cartoon dogs? What on earth are we talking about? in society today? Gonna take a break back here in just a minute.
Welcome back. So, you know one of the things and I get to wrap up here quickly, but one of the things that I think today's the things we talked about today should highlight is the need for people with sense to speak up the need for people with sense not eat, look, there's ways to do it. And there's ways to do it more effectively. And you don't always have to stage a fight. But when the only people talking are the people with the loudest voices seem to be saying the craziest most ridiculous things. That's going to be the way things go unless someone steps in and says, Look, I'm sorry to be the bearer of the bad news here. But here in reality, what you're proposing doesn't work, Patrice koehlers. What you're talking about here doesn't work with defunding the police abolishing our criminal justice system, all these sorts of things. When you see more than in our society today, and I've got to go thank you so much for listening. SDG see tomorrow. Take care for