Ted Cruz Convenes Panel to Discuss How Federal Government Undermines State and Local Law Enforcement

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) will convene two panels to discuss the federal government's misconduct, interference, and bias against state and local law enforcement efforts to combat crime in society.

The panel will also address how the government's behavior has affected crime rates throughout the nation. 

Cruz, chairman of the Subcommittee on Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights and Federal Courts (Judiciary Committee) has been a vocal critic of the anti-police movement, which has gained national attention this year, and the Obama administration's response to it.

When discussing some of the inflammatory and dangerous rhetoric being spread by the Black Lives Matter movement, Cruz said last month that the group was, "literally suggesting and embracing and celebrating the murder of police officers.” 

Tuesday's hearing, entitled "The War on Police: How the Federal Government Undermines State and Local Law Enforcement" can be seen here: http://www.judiciary.senate.gov/


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