As disorder and fear continue to grip America, due in no small part to the dangerous and radical policies and rhetoric used by the Democrat party, there seem to be vanishingly few candidates who are actually attempting to be a part of the solution instead of the problem.
But there are still some, and chief among them is Republican Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, who’s historic tenure as Indiana’s first black Attorney General has seen him fight for the values of average Americans and against the radical chaos promoted by the Democrat party.
Hill has recognized that police brutality can be a serious problem in some communities while also openly condemning lawlessness and rioting (Fox News):
And yet no amount of frustration can justify the random destruction of property nor injuries caused to others through violent rioting across the nation, including in my own state of Indiana.
Our Constitution guarantees the right to assemble and protest, but it does not condone anarchy, violence and lawlessness – crimes that must be put down quickly and decisively.
Hill has also gone on to blast the insane idea of ‘abolishing the police’ an initiative openly advocated for by many protestors and democrats for the insanity which it is (Fox News):
Some of the groups protesting to achieve racial justice have gained frightening traction pushing the idea that slashing police budgets nationwide would help create safer communities and more peaceful interactions between blacks and whites.
This is utter nonsense.
We are a nation that continues to grapple with violent crime. According to the FBI, for example, an estimated 16,214 people were murdered in the United States in 2018. If we had fewer police on our streets that tragic figure would be higher. And you can bet that criminals would commit more robberies, assaults, rapes, burglaries and other crimes as well if there was a smaller police presence on the streets.
Hill has distinguished himself as a fighter for Conservative values like supporting traditional family values and championing law and order.
You can learn more about Hill HERE.