Liberals tell us that there’s no war on police – and yet we live in a world where doing as much as criticizing a group like Black Lives Matter will get you fired.
Liberals are always telling us that words can incite violence. There was one shooting at a Planned Parenthood during Obama’s Presidency, and liberals were quick to blame anti-abortion rhetoric. Just for some perspective, eleven people have been killed in anti-abortion related violence in the entire history of America.
In just the past three weeks, we lost eight officers by Black Lives Matter inspired radicals. And you don’t have to dig deep to find examples of BLM protestors inciting violence against police, whether they be chanting “pigs in a blanket, fry em like bacon!” or “what do we want? Dead cops!” If liberals are going to claim that anti-abortion rhetoric incites violence, they’re also going to have to accept that anti-cop rhetoric does as well.
Well, one police chief is speaking against the anti-cop movement that is Black Lives Matter, and that situation turned south fast.
On Tuesday, a Louisiana police chief lost his job after posting a message on his personal Facebook page, calling for President Obama to fight back against the radical Black Lives Matter movement, which often advocates for the murder of innocent police officers.
In reaction to the recent onslaught of violence—often fatal—taken against American officers, Jonesville Chief of Police Skylar Dore voiced his frustrations, particularly with the Obama Administration, through the following post:
Hey Mr. [explicit] president when are you going to grow a [explicit] pair. And tell it like it is. These are terrorists. They have declared war on my brother. (White police officers) enough is enough. How many police officers have to die trying to protect the citizens of this country. Any other president would have declared full on war on this group. Since when in our [explicit] history do we stand idle to the ambush murders of law enforcement. It has to STOP NOW,” wrote Dore.
Dore apologized for his comments, explaining that they came out of a place of frustration following the targeting and murder of three officers in Baton Rouge–one of whom was a black man–at the hands of a black nationalist.
Yes, his remarks were fiery, and laced with profanity, but they were also somehow construed as “racist” by members of the Jonesville community.
After the backlash against the chief, the Jonesville Town Council asked Dore to resign. “I think at this time Chief Dore, we will now ask you for you resign from your duties,” said Jonesville Mayor Hiram Evans, on Tuesday. “That’s what I’m recommending to the board.”
“I’m sorry, but you should have thought about it before you even hit those keys,” said Jonesville resident Sharon Stevenson in response to the post.
H/T: The Daily Wire
Yes – how dare he criticize a movement that routinely incites violence against police, which has inevitably led to the death of eight of his fellow officers.
Obama politicizes everything – why can’t someone else?
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