US Records Highest Increase in Nation’s Homicide Rate in LAST 100 YEARS Following Year of BLM Riots

The official War on Police was launched across America by Major US Corporations and Democrats in April 2020.

They were responsible for 1,990 more murders in cities this past year.

The Democrat War on Civil Society led to a 33% rise in homicides in major cities across the United States.

This can be attributed to Democrats.

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The Major City Chiefs Association’s year-end violent crime survey released in May saw 1,990 more murders in 2020 than in 2019. This number is absolutely shocking. It is completely the result of the Democrat Party’s war on civility and civil society.

Now this…
According to the latest statistics, last year was even worse than expected. The US recorded its highest increase in the nation’s homicide rate in the last 100 years!

CNN reported:

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, America has seen its highest rate of homicide since modern times.

Provisional data from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, released early Wednesday, suggest the homicide rate for the United States rose 30% between 2019 and 2020. It is the highest increase recorded in modern history — and confirms through public health data a rise in homicides that so far had been identified only through crime statistics.

According to NCHS, the previous highest increase in US homicide rates was 20% between 2000 and 2001 due to the September 11 terrorist attacks.

“It is the largest increase in 100 years,” Robert Anderson, chief of the mortality statistics branch at NCHS, said.

“The only larger increase since we’ve been recording these data occurred between 1904 and 1905, and that increase was most likely — at least partly — the result of better reporting,” Anderson told CNN. “We had states being added to what we refer to as the death registration areas, so we were counting deaths in more areas over time. We didn’t have all states reporting until 1933.”