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Criminals are now emboldened to do what they want since they know law enforcement are reoccupied.

Coming home tonight from work I was nearly struck head on by a speeding car that was illegally passing on a main road in my small city. Speed limit is 35 on that road, most people drive 40. This guy was doing at least 60-70 and passing cars by swerving into the other lane of traffic and forcing them off the road.

There is no police around. They are all down town dealing with the protesters. Even if you call for help they cannot send anyone. We have 2 police forces here, mind you. We have city police and county deputies. Neither can go to homes or take care of minor calls due to the protesters.

Last night I was watching a live stream of the protesters blocking a major intersection in our down town area. A car pulled up and was blocked so the driver honked their horn. Protesters surrounded the car and started to beat on it right away. Unlike most people this drive said "Nope" and ...

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Can I just say, I am so so grateful to have found this community. I was losing my mind on Twitter. I've self-censored practically everything on Facebook. Who knows how long we can count on YouTube. I was getting a bit concerned for the future of the whole internet experiment, what with the big companies all but owning us.

I'm not a fringe person by any means and I'm usually the last to find out about the cool new place to be. I stay to myself and try to raise my family in peace. These days, the world is spinning out of control and it's so hard to find people to talk to because it seems like everyone's scared to say the "wrong" thing.

So I guess this is my "Hello!" to you all. I'm just happy to be here.

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