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|Donald Trump, please hire this man... change the country with one hire|
Go there and spread it all over the Internet. [Ferguson (And America) On The Brink—Time for Trump To Send A Message BY HIRING DARREN WILSON, VDare.com, August 11, 2015]
Now for the bad news.
A white detective/police officer in Birmingham, Alabama was attacked and knocked out by a black male. He didn't fight back, knowing his job could be on the line and ultimately if something went wrong he'd be Darren Wilson-ed. [Man charged in Birmingham detective's beating; outrage follows support of attack on social media, Birmingham News, August 8, 2015]:
Not long after the attack, photos began to surface on social media showing the detective lying face down on the pavement. Another photo showed him bloody and kneeling, but awake. In some cases on Facebook, the photos were accompanied by words of support for whoever beat the detective.
That, police say, is outrageous. Officers are angry that any photos were shown at all, but even more so that there were some who mocked the incident. "He was laying there lifeless and people were standing around taking pictures,'' said Birmingham police Sgt. Heath Boackle, president of the Fraternal Order of Police. "If the tables were turned, and that was a suspect lying there, they would be rioting."
There is a continued sentiment that police officers are at war, and Boackle agrees. "You're only going to win a war if you have a good partnership, and right now the local police officers don't have that,'' he said. "The boots-on-the-ground officers across this country are at war, and if we do not have the help of citizens and local governments to stand behind us, we'll never win."
Boackle said officers everywhere are hesitant, given the national climate. "There is a saying that 'he who hesitates is lost' and that's why (the detective) lost, because he hesitated,'' Boackle said. "If the officers on the streets were not in fear of losing their jobs, it wouldn't have gotten to the point it did yesterday. Officers are second-guessing every move because they're afraid they're going to be judged, by the media and by the public."
"If the officer would have shot him, then he would have shot an 'unarmed man.' Instead, he took the gun from the officer,'' Boackle said of Friday's incident. "The officer had every right to shoot him. We're lucky we're not talking about him killing the officer."Recall the two black women who took the stage at a Bernie Sanders speech in Seattle, demanding to speak about Black Lives Matter or some other obvious lie. He never got to speak because they had to monologue about nonsense.
Well, we now know his policy on black criminal: complete and utter toleration of black crime and the immediate arresting of any person who dares put the word black and criminal in the same sentence. [Racial Justice, BernieSanders.com]:
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