After throwing millions of dollars at Better Family Life on endeavors designed to rally the public around the appearance of fighting crime and having nothing to show for it other than a ‘We Must Stop Killing Each Other” yard sign campaign, the Board of Aldermen continues to throw good money after bad by approving $5 million to “Cure Violence”, a Chicago based multihundredmillion dollar org that exploits high crime urban areas for profit. It’s a money grab, another nonprofit that profits from black deaths, pain & suffering and has not significantly reduced violence in Chicago or any other urban area suffering high crime as the result of decades of disasterous Democrat policies. Every single alderman who approved this instead of investing in people, restoring North St. Louis and in tangibles that reduce the root issues of poverty and crime has to go. Whether it’s incompetence, not knowing what to do or an inability to dig us out of this hole they dug over the past 20-30 years they are not qualified to fight the battles we face today.

After throwing millions of dollars at Better Family Life on endeavors designed to rally the public around the appearance of fighting crime and having nothing to show for it other than a ‘We Must Stop Killing Each Other” yard sign campaign, the Board of Aldermen continues to throw good money after bad by approving $5 million to “Cure Violence”, a Chicago based multihundredmillion dollar org that exploits high crime urban areas for profit. It’s a money grab, another nonprofit that profits from black deaths, pain & suffering and has not significantly reduced violence in Chicago or any other urban area suffering high crime as the result of decades of disasterous Democrat policies. Every single alderman who approved this instead of investing in people, restoring North St. Louis and in tangibles that reduce the root issues of poverty and crime has to go. Whether it’s incompetence, not knowing what to do or an inability to dig us out of this hole they dug over the past 20-30 years they are not qualified to fight the battles we face today.

St. Louis aldermen give final OK to $5 million boost for Cure Violence effort

The measure increases to as much as $7 million the total committed by the city over the next three years to such programs, which train residents of high-crime neighborhoods in

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