Black Lives Matter Blaming Police in Public Schools for School-to-Prison Pipeline

Black Lives Matter of Cincinnati is behind a push in the Queen City being called ‘CPD out of CPS Campaign’ to get Cincinnati police officers removed from Cincinnati public schools. They are also against the zero tolerance policies of many schools.

Black Lives Matter of Cincinnati’s Facebook page reportedly posted:

“The CPD out of CPS Campaign is presenting a teach-in on the school-to-prison pipeline. We believe schools should be a place of liberation geared toward disrupting the status quo rather than an engine for maintaining it.”

Mario Matone, a member of Black Lives Matter Cincinnati told the local media:

“We believe schools…, especially for people of color and poor neighborhoods, resemble more of a prison then places of education.”

It’s obvious that the radical black activist group fails to see that one of the main problems in the school-to-prison pipeline is the parents. Many families have only one parent or a growing number of same-sex parents instead of the traditional father and mother parents. Even if homes have both a father and mother, there seems to be little parental control or interaction with their kids. Coupled with today’s corrupt and godless society, we shouldn’t be surprised that there is so much trouble with today’s youth. Liberal educators teach sex is okay and you don’t have to tell your parents, they teach your kids that they are nothing more than products of a godless evolutionary process and that those that survive are the strongest who dominate the weaker. The schools also teach that they have to be more concerned about themselves and not others. Basically, what the schools are now teaching your kids is diametrically opposite of the values and morals that made America great for over 200 years.

It was refreshing to learn that at least one member of Black Lives Matter of Cincinnati disagrees with the movement to get police out of the schools. Community leader Bishop Bobby Hilton commented:

“While I would agree with the goal of ending the school to prison pipeline, I do not understand how removing CPD who is there for the safety and protection of all would assist in the effort. CPD was in CPS when I graduated forty years ago.  How one looks at a law enforcement and how law enforcement carries their self-matters.”

The school-to-prison pipeline has nothing to do with police and is only one of the latest anarchist radical ideas to come out of a racial hate group who is blinded by their color and hate for anyone else.


Dave Jolly

R.L. David Jolly holds a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Biology – Population Genetics. He has worked in a number of fields, giving him a broad perspective on life, business, economics and politics. He is a very conservative Christian, husband, father and grandfather who cares deeply for his Savior, family and the future of our troubled nation.

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