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The White House has announced new funding for state and local governments to hire additional law enforcement officers, as President Joe Biden looks to combat “perceptions of growing violent crime in U.S. cities.” Really? According to the FBI’s annual crime report, homicides in 2022 remained 25% above the 2019 level. Meanwhile carjackings and other property crimes have risen. In the nation’s capital, where murders are up 38% this year, and shoplifters are now crashing cars into stores to gain entry for mass looting. That’s not a perception, that’s a reality.