U.S. Sen. Murphy introduces legislation to abolish School Resource Officers

Sen. Murphy wants school resource officers removed from schools.

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT), along with three other lawmakers, introduced a bill that would pave the way to remove school resource officers (SRO) nationwide and replace them with a counseling system, Law Enforcement Today reports.

Why? Because racism.

And their push echoes exactly the language of Black Lives Matter, the Marxist organization that spread arson, violence and mayhem across the nation in 2020.

BLM’s “Breathe Act” calls for decriminalizing schools “such as by: Removing police, School Resource Officers (SROs), ICE, probation, armed security, metal detectors, and other surveillance equipment and practices from school campuses, including college and university campuses.”

“Tens of thousands of kids are arrested at school every single year and a disproportionate number of these students are black and latino,” Murphy said in a press release on July 30.

So the Democratic solution? Remove the officers who are arresting them.

Reportedly, more than 10,000 SROs currently serving in schools across the county, including in Connecticut, where the Sandy Hook massacre occurred in 2012. Murphy was a Congressional Representative for Newtown, Conn. during the school shooting in which 20 school children and six adults were killed.

Murphy is joined by other progressive Democrats, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Reps. Ayanna Pressley and Ilhan Omar. Murphy argued that students get arrested for minor crimes, which throws them into the juvenile system at an early age and dims their futures.

Students getting themselves arrested for misbehavior equals racism, he said:

“If we are going to begin to tackle systemic racism in this country, we must start by addressing the racial inequalities in our education system, and getting police out of classrooms is a necessary first step.”

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