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Democrats push insane ideas then the mainstream media tries to frame those same ideas onto Republicans and it’s insane.

House Speaker Mike Johnson has found himself at the center of controversy as accusations fly from some Democrats, alleging that he’s advocating for a reduction in law enforcement funding, aligning with conservative efforts to slash budgets across various federal agencies.

The debate over reducing budgets for law enforcement gained traction among Democrats following the tragic killing of George Floyd by Minnesota police officers in May 2020. Despite the sustained push from certain party members throughout an entire election cycle, these policies didn’t resonate with the majority of Americans. In fact, a November poll conducted by Gallup revealed that 63 percent of Americans viewed the U.S. crime problem as either “extremely or very serious,” a notable increase from the 54 percent recorded in 2021.

Johnson, a staunch supporter of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, took the opportunity to highlight his party’s divergent approach from the policies put forth by President Joe Biden and the Democrats. He underscored the differing visions of the two major political parties, placing blame on the Biden administration for the current state of affairs in the country.

Citing instances of what he deemed federal agencies overstepping their bounds and turning against the American people, Johnson outlined plans to reduce budgets, including a 3 percent cut to the Department of Justice (DOJ), a 7 percent cut to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), a 6 percent cut to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and a 10 percent cut to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He made it clear that these measures were just the beginning.

Expressing optimism about future electoral successes for the Republican Party, Johnson emphasized the need to grow the House majority, regain control of the Senate, and secure the White House. Currently, House Republicans hold a slim majority of 219 to 213, following recent resignations and replacements.

Critics have interpreted Johnson’s remarks as a Republican version of the “defund the police” movement, prompting backlash from Democrats and progressive voices. Some have condemned the proposed budget cuts as detrimental to law enforcement and environmental protection efforts.

Despite Johnson’s claims of conservative policy victories, critics argue that the proposed cuts may not be as significant as portrayed. Some view the Republican stance on law enforcement funding as hypocritical, particularly in light of previous Republican support for robust funding of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

In essence, the debate surrounding Johnson’s proposals reflects broader ideological divides between the two major political parties, with implications for future policy directions and electoral outcomes.

Watch below the clip where Speaker Johnson explains funding cuts that Democrats are alleging is the GOP’s aim to ‘defund police’: