It’s a world turned upside down.There is no doubt about that.
Being born male no longer makes you male. People who hate us are pouring across the border. When leftists murder, the NRA and Christians are blamed.
And when a cop speaks a self-evident truth…
While law enforcement officers are being ambushed and gunned down in the street, one chief of police has been fired for exercising his First Amendment rights.
In what he now says was a moment of frustration, Chief Skylar Dore of Jonesville, Louisiana wrote on his Facebook page:
“Hey Mr. (expletive) president when are you going to grow a (expletive) pair. And tell it like it is. These are terrorist. That have declared (expletive) 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 (expletive) history do we stand idle to the ambush murders of law enforcement. It has to STOP NOW!!!!!”
The Natchez Democrat reports:
The Jonesville Town Council asked Tuesday for the resignation of the town’s police chief following public outcry about comments the chief made online about recent violence against police officers. (…)
Jonesville Councilwoman Loria Hollins said she first learned of Doré’s comments after receiving multiple calls and messages from residents.
“The Town of Jonesville is predominantly black, and I think people were thinking, ‘What about us?’” Hollins said.
Doré apologized for his comments and said they came out of frustration after the Baton Rouge shooting, Hollins said. Doré told residents at the meeting he knew Baton Rouge police officers personally, Hollins said.
Some will note the irony of a police chief being fired for so-called “racist” remarks made on Facebook, when that same social media outlet, and others, permit far more virulent comments all the time, including posts calling for the murder of Donald Trump, police officers and others.
Meanwhile, the chief’s firing will likely deter others in law enforcement from expressing their legitimate frustrations in the future.
Source: Yes I’m Right