Federalization of Police Watch: BATFE Joins NYPD

The Federalization of police means that national taxpayers are forced to pay for local law enforcement. Happening now!

From CBS New York: “CBS2 Exclusive: ATF To Join NYPD In Fighting New York City Gun Crimes.”

[I]n an unprecedented move, a federal agency is joining the effort to get gun crimes under control, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reported Monday.

Kramer is told it was a collective decision made by the federal government, the NYPD, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Those agencies are mounting a first-ever anti-gun initiative in high-crime areas.

“There’s going to be an increase in federal arrests – no doubt,” said AFT agent Charles Mulham.

Mulham’s words were intended to be a stiff warning to city residents who would carry weapons, and seem all too ready to use them. They will not only have to deal with the NYPD, but they will have the feds on their tail too.

ATF agents have mounted a first-ever summer gun initiative to get illegal weapons off the street.

And when the feds get involved, Mulham warned, “In many cases, the punishment is more severe.”

And Mulham said the feds will not rest with nabbing the triggerman.

“Of course, when the ATF gets involved with our resources and our tracing expertise, we’ll be able to figure out if weapon is part of an interstate trafficking operation,” Mulham said.

When your Governor and Mayor demonstrate that they are so inept and pathetic they have to call in Federal help to assist with local law enforcement issues… it’s time to find a new Mayor, and a new Governor.

It’s as plain and simple as that.

And when your Federal government is willing to illegitimately and unconstitutionally get involved in basic local law enforcement issues, you know it’s about time for another Revolution, because tyranny is knocking at your door.

It’s as ominous and frightening as that.

This is a New York City problem, and not even a cent of the check I sent to the IRS today should be used for matters like this. Not a penny.