By: Marc King

The Montgomery County, Maryland, County Council is about as liberal as you can get. Despite the claims of “We represent all of the People” and “Diversity is Our Strength” … They clearly do not represent all the people and diversity in everything. Rather, they strive for shared political thought by all that is consistent with their own.

Recent events call attention to the most biased member of the Council, Will Jawando. Councilman Jawando has been an outspoken critic of the Montgomery County Police Department and has likened the police to the “Slave Patrols” of the old South.

When he does this, he heightens the rhetoric against police when the country and the county could not be more divided on the issue. And true to the Democrat credo of never letting a crisis go to waste … Jawando has not failed to produce this Tweet:

Now, one would have to be deaf AND BLIND not to understand the circumstances that the police were faced with when they made the unenviable decision to shoot and kill a 15 year-old girl.

The video from the police body-cam reveals the actual circumstances of this unfortunate incident …

The entire world can clearly see that the victim, Makiyah Bryant, is about to plunge a knife into the girl in the pink suit. This is not a “Social Worker” call or a “Slave Patrol” collecting a bounty … this is a MURDER IN PROGRESS in Columbus, Ohio, that has been thwarted by the police

We can see that — WITH OUR OWN EYES — but, not Will Jawando. His not so subtle anti-police bias is failing to serve the residents of this county. His calls to “reimagine the police” leaving us all less safe … and his willingness to use the death of this potential murderer, in OHIO, as a cudgel to beat on the Montgomery County Police … has reached the point where he must be called on it.

There are many residents of this county who are frightened by this type of anti-police rhetoric. They are frightened for their families, for their property and for the well-being of the County.

It is time for Jawando to stop his attacks on our police and start acting on behalf of the entire county. Montgomery County deserves better … and November of ’22 is just over the horizon.


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