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City in Minnesota Lost their Entire Police Force – And It’s Getting Worse

In Moose Creek, Minnesota, the mayor and members of council have voted to eliminate and defund their Police Department—all of it. Every last officer. Their citizens only hope of any semblance of security and safety is the County Sheriff’s Office. But the Sheriff’s deputies are already overworked and understaffed. While they will do their best to protect the residents of Moose Creek, it will not be the same for safety. As the saying goes, “When minutes count, police are only hours away.”

St. Louis, Missouri is facing a crisis caused by the same players and ideology. Home of “Defund the Police, their police budget was slashed, they lost over 350 officers, with more constantly leaving. This has caused violent crime to surge upwards, causing businesses to close or relocate, droves of residents to flee to safer locations, leaving the city with a devastated tax base. It is so bad today, that the police officer’s pay checks are bouncing, causing a whole new set of problems worsening the security of its residents.

And it looks like the effect has already started to set in. Over the weekend, at least two police officers and one paramedic were killed in Burnsville, after they were dispatched to respond to a domestic incident at a home. They all died while trying to protect a family – and the blood is now on the hands of those that voted to do away with the police.

Our guest is police officer Michael Letts, who says America is demanding answers to the glaring questions of “Are we safe in our communities, and “What has happened to our then blue line charged with our protection?” Welcome Officer Letts.

Q&A/ Talking Points:

With the abject failure of the “Black Lives Matter/Defund the Police/ANTIFA “, what can communities across America do to restore safety, justice, and freedom in their areas?

1.) Every American willing needs to be armed and trained how to use it.

2.) Every American needs to help support our first responders via assisting in providing equipment (Active Shooter Vests), and expressing their appreciation for our First Responders. We, at InVest USA, have been providing vests to police and first responders for 35 years.

3.) Volunteer to be a part of Police Reserves, Sheriff’s Posses, or State Guard/Militia units and help defend their communities and families.

4.) Be willing to help areas losing their police departments by volunteering to assist in those areas until they can reestablish themselves….InVestUSA is committing to spearhead such an initiative by coordinating such a program for Moose Creek, Minnesota. We are standing by to do our best to send vests, or even police if needed, to Moose Creek or wherever help is needed.

5) Where can we learn more about InVest USA, and how those interested can help their fellow officers?

a. You can visit our official InVest USA website, and learn more on the official Invest USA Twitter account. You can also learn about my new initiative at RestoringJustice.US, where we discuss lawful issues surrounding citizens of the United States.

About Michael Letts…

Michael Letts is the Founder, President, and CEO of InVest USA, a national grassroots non-profit organization that is helping hundreds of communities provide thousands of bulletproof vests for their police forces through educational, public relations, sponsorship, and fundraising programs. He also has over 30 years of law enforcement experience under his belt, hence his pro-police stance for his brothers and sisters in blue. Officer Letts has been a frequent guest on Fox Business News, NewsMax TV, One America News and hundreds of radio programs. Those interested in learning more about Letts can visit his official website here.

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