The War On Cops: Words Matter

“PIGS IN A BLANKET, FRY ‘EM LIKE BACON”

“PIGS IN A BLANKET, FRY ‘EM LIKE BACON”

“WHAT DO WE WANT? DEAD COPS. WHEN DO WE WANT IT? NOW”

“WHAT DO WE WANT? DEAD COPS. WHEN DO WE WANT IT? NOW”

Words matter. You chant this garbage long enough and somebody takes you up on it. Oh, you want cops murdered? Well I can do that.

But the worst of it all is that Obama has invited Black Lives Matter to the White House. Not once but multiple times, the last time the day after the Baton Rogue cop killings.

Why would you want to legitimize such a group?

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Our community organizing resident of the White House says Black Lives Matter is today’s community organizers and took this opportunity to praise them:

“The abolition movement was contentious. The effort for women to get the right to vote was contentious and messy,” the president said. “There were times when activists might have engaged in rhetoric that was overheated and occasionally counterproductive. But the point was to raise issues so that we, as a society, could grapple with it. The same was true with the Civil Rights Movement, the union movement, the environmental movement, the anti-war movement during Vietnam. And I think what you’re seeing now is part of that longstanding tradition.”

While one can find where Obama has condemned violence against the police he, like most Leftists, has to constantly pose a moral equivallancy between two opposing positions and parties when one side is more at fault.

Sean Hannity tels us:

We can add a new chapter to the annals of divisive anti-cop rhetoric President Barack Obama has embraced over the past seven and a half years. On Monday, just one day after three cops were ambushed and killed in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the president suggested that if cops “admit there’s a problem’ then they will be “a lot safer.”

“If police organizations and departments acknowledge that there’s a problem and there’s an issue, then that, too, is going to contribute to real solutions,” Obama said. “And, as I said yesterday, that is what’s going to ultimately help make the job of being a cop a lot safer.” Eight cops have been killed in anti-police attacks in the past 10 days, including five officers in Dallas, Texas.

Tha’s just a bunch of BS.

 

 

 

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