Polls have closed, but in some states and locales, the ballot-counting continues.
2020 elections results are emerging, their numbers are being reported.
In an appreciable number of instances they're even being questioned — by pollsters, politicians, experts, academics, and other "talking heads."
Do their observations and comments inadvertently stoke and incite anger?
Meanwhile our nation's city administrations, inclusive of their law enforcement arms, are hoping for the best,while preparing for the worst.
America's law enforcement is readying itself for protests, civil unrest, riots, and looting.
Many agencies have made the decision to not allow officers to take the days off following the election — they're anxious over manpower.
Business and shops from Rodeo Drive to New York have boarded up their doors and windows.
The tangible fear of an impending, violent tantrum from children who just didn’t get their way is beyond real and is being felt nationally.
As officers prepare themselves tactically for days of potential unrest, unsung heroes are left worrying. The spouses and family members of law enforcement are often forgotten, but no less deserving of our gratitude. As their officer’s leave for shift on election night and the days after, memories from this past summer will re-emerge.
Such visions are inevitably filled with worry, fear, sadness, and anger
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