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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden repeated his controversial contention Thursday that police should try to shoot dangerous suspects in the leg as a form of de-escalation.


“You have to teach people how to de-escalate circumstances. De-escalate,” Biden said during an ABC News town hall. “So, instead of anybody coming at you and the first thing you do is shoot to kill, you shoot them in the leg.”


Gun-safety and police training experts decried the tactic espoused by Biden back when he first made it at a campaign event in June. They said the idea of using any kind of gunfire as de-escalation or non-lethal force would be dangerous.


“Legs move. It’s much harder to hit a smaller moving target than it is to hit the chest,” Rob Pincus, who has trained police officers throughout the United States and Europe, told the Free Beacon in June. “From a technical shooting skill standpoint, from a technical legal standpoint, it’s not where we want to go at all.”


The post ‘Shoot Them in the Leg’ appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.



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Well that does not surprise me coming from joe I retired from law enforcement and I was a firearms instructor you can tell Joe has no idea what he is talking about the arterie that runs through your leg is almost as large as the ones in your neck and will cause you to bleed out quickly if you use a firearm it is deadly force no matter where you aim it can cause death less than leathel and non leathel tools are other things such as oc spray tasers and batons NOT GUNS this is just another way to trick a population into believing that the left cares for you and they will make the police more control this is smoke and mirrors they have used the media to get you to believe the police are out of control and want to hurt you its a lie the police are doing their job when arresting criminals let them do that job vote for the right side just remember if they defund the police and take away your right to have guns who will control you better think about that ballot when you fill it out
Posted by Cracker Lawson at 10/20/2020 2:05:47 AM

Biden and his ingenious comments never cease to amaze me. Who in the world thinks he should be running a country? I sure hope Trump stays in office, but the corrupt mainstream media and social platforms are working hard to keep Creepy Joe protected and put him in America's driver seat. GOD help us all if he wins.
Posted by Sasquatch at 10/20/2020 10:33:40 AM

Someone should interview the secret service guys guarding Joe and his family, and ask if they would agree to shoot an attacker only in the leg.
Posted by jf at 10/20/2020 9:58:28 PM

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