On July 1, 2020, Democrat Los Angeles city councilman, Mike Bonin, voted with 11 other members of city council to reduce the spending of the L.A. police department by $150 million.
But what Bonin didn’t want everyone to know is that since April he or someone from his office had called the police for help eight times.
The Daily Wire explains:
A member of the Los Angeles City Council voted to cut $150 million out of the Los Angeles Police Department’s $1.8 billion operating budget. But, according to a new report, the LAPD has been called to his home eight times by the councilman or a member of his staff since April 4.
Fox News reporter Bill Melugin was the person who exposed Bonin’s undercover police activity:
As soon as the information was released, Bonin immediately denied making the calls.
The police responded: