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Never Forget: Elizabeth Warren, Ilhan Omar, Others Tried to Get Cops Out of Schools to Make BLM Happy

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As the nation digests news about another mass shooting in a public school, the reaction of national Democrats has been politically predictable.

There are the expected, strident calls for more gun control. The increasingly shrill demands from Democrats that the country disregard a core freedom guaranteed by the Constitution.

And what’s equally predictable is the fact that some of the loudest voices among Democrats for gun control have a good deal less concern for student safety when it suits the progressive agenda.

But some of the exact same politicians who started reflexively calling Tuesday for more gun control while the news of the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, was still breaking have also been some of the loudest demanding schools be stripped of police to appease the most radical fringes of their party.

The demonstrably duplicitous Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and equally untrustworthy Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut, along with Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar, among other Democrats, took strident stands Tuesday in favor of gun control supposedly to protect children — yet their interest in protecting children doesn’t go as far as having a cop around.

In fact, it’s just the opposite. To liberals like this, cops are part of the problem.

Two years ago, as Forbes reported at the time, Warren and Murphy in the Senate, along with Omar and fellow “squad” member Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts in the House, introduced a bill that would prohibit the use of federal money to support police officers in school.

The idea was to appease the Black Lives Matter wing of the Democratic Party — the “mostly peaceful” types who think having officers in schools means there are more student criminals, as opposed to the more logical idea that having more........

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