Medical Malpractice Kills Infinitely More Than Police Use Of Force, Where’s The Outrage?

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In an average year, Police Officers use deadly force about 1,200 times. Medical malpractice on the other hand, kills over 250,000. Read that again… over a quarter MILLION people per year dies from medical malpractice.

On average, Police Officers get six months of formal education and then about a year of on the job training before they are considered ready to go out on their own. Medical professionals will receive almost a decade of training before they begin practice.

But where is the outrage, why are Police Officers held to a higher standard than medical professionals?

The answer is simple: the anti-Police activists don’t actually care about life. They seek to burn the system to the ground in the name of social justice. Not to mention, countless lives will be lost in the meantime.

This can already be seen as liberal American cities are seeing record high crime rates with Officers leaving Police Departments in droves. In fact, many of these cities aren’t able to field Officers to an alarming number of 911 calls.

Fear of crime is increasing exponentially in these cities and with good reason. How can communities feel safe when their calls for help go unanswered.

Do you think that anti-Police cities are receiving the wake up call they need? What will it take to get civil leadership to wake up and fund the Police? Will the anti-Police movement ever realize they are ruining their own communities?

Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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