Murderapolis: Minneapolis Sets All-Time High Murder Record After Defunding The Police Effort

Liberal Democrat policies continue to hurt blacks, inner cities

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Minnesota, where George Floyd was killed last May, set a state record for murders in 2020 after officials from across the state called for the defunding of police departments, according to new data.

Last year, 185 people were killed in Minneapolis, a 58% increase from 2019. The previous record of 183 homicides, set in 1995, caused Minneapolis to be dubbed “Murderapolis.”

The majority of the murders occurred in St. Paul and Minneapolis, two cities that also saw a significant decrease in the number of active police officers.

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – JUNE 05: A view of the damage inside Chicago Lake Liquors after it was looted during the protests and riots which followed the death of George Floyd on June 5, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. All of the merchandise left in the store will be destroyed due to smoke damage. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)

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