The War on Cops – Opinion

LAPD officer Fernando Arroyos was everything you’d want in a cop. He is a good man. He is a smart and intelligent man. His family and friends loved him. They loved him. He wanted to become a police officer and help the community he loved. Cal Berkley graduated him and he came back to Los Angeles. He was killed in Los Angeles.

Beginning January 10,ThHe was shot to death by gangsters. His girlfriend witnessed him being shot to death. Although the authorities believe the people responsible were arrested, George Gascon (the LA District Attorney) is a George Soros-acolyte and a Catch and Release George Soros sympathizer. The federal government intervened and brought the suspects to trial. To avoid that the gangster cop killers would be freed on bail or get their charges dropped, Justice Dept charged them all.

Jason Rivera, a NYPD officer was shot and killed by a gunman 11 days after Arroyo’s murder. Rivera’s partner, Wilbert Mora, was shot as well and died on January 25th. Mora’s body was kept on life support which allowed organs to be taken, giving life to five people he never knew. It was a tribute to Mora that saw New York City streets filled with uniformed officers. This might be a sign of a shift in the public’s perception of tolerance and respect.

Cop violence has increased dramatically. Heather McDonald wrote The War on Cops – a 2016 book that details, with hard facts and supported statistics, that police have been demonized in general, and maligned by race-grifters in particular.

In the War on Cops, McDonald discusses the “Ferguson Effect.”  The aftermath of the utterly false narrative that Michael Brown was an innocent boy who had his hands in the air and was shot by a white cop. It was far more complicated than that. Brown was violent bully, and a thief. Brown tried to take the cop’s weapon and then charged at Officer Wilson. The distrust in and fear of police officers increased after the Ferguson riots. Each shooting was examined, and the ill-motives used before gunpowder became a thing of the past. The reason isn’t hard to figure out. Al Sharpton, Benjamin Crump and other race-hustlers have earned a living by inciting hatred towards cops. Some others with greater profiles are more skilled at inventing lies and spreading distrust.

Because they are afraid of being charged with crimes never committed, cops have retreated from proactive policing. LeBron James, who was responding to Benjamin Crump’s myth about Jacob Blake being shot, tweeted the following:


LeBron has an enormous following. When he tweets/retweets something totally false, it is taken to heart by his followers. He speaks/tweets what millions of followers take as gospel.

James tweeted his condemnation for the officer who killed and shot a girl. A girl was trying kill another girl by using a knife. It was a wholly justified shooting, but James couldn’t wait for facts. His tweet, which has since been deleted, reads:

“YOU’RE NEXT #ACCOUNTABILITY,”An hourglass emoji included. He had his sights set on the police officer. It was a not-so-veiled threat, and his followers ate it up — until it became apparent that the officer was saving a black girl’s life. James kept spreading his myths. For James, he wasn’t to blame for spreading a threat and perpetuating cop distrust, it was still the cops to blame.

When James claims that he and other black men can’t step out of the front door without fear of being gunned down by cops, he perpetuates a myth and unfortunately millions take it as gospel. Fear of mythical dragons is instilled by him. Others who are well-known have added to this myth.

Believe that cops are out to hunt black men is a matter of political leanings and who you listen too.

Far left will think that the cops hunt blacks. Why? They have been fed lies by high-profile people like Kamala Harris and Lebron James. Kamala Harris stated this after Blake had been justifiably killed.

“The reality is that the life of a Black person in America has never been treated as fully human. And we have yet to fulfill that promise of equal justice under the law…We will only achieve that when we finally come together to pass meaningful police reform and broader criminal justice reform and acknowledge, yes, acknowledge, systemic racism.”

Jacob Blake’s shooting was justifiable. Blake said he was looking for a knife.

Last week, an Alabama police detective named Tanisha Pughsley was murdered. It isn’t just cops like Rivera and Mora, Arroyo, and Pughsley being shot – crime and particularly homicides have rocketed up. Why? Criminals don’t have to be afraid of being prosecuted. Now, thieves can walk in to stores and rob the staff, before escaping. Criminals like the man who killed Officers Mora and Rivera have been told that cops are the enemy – that cops are to be treated, not with respect, but with derision. Cops must be resist. You can lay some blame at the feet of high-profile personalities like LeBron James, Colin Kaepernick, Al Sharpton, and Ben Crump who have created a myth — one that people have bought into.

LeBron James was quick with his fingers to tweet when a cop did his job and to call him out for “accountability” even when that cop saved a black life. What happens when cop-hating people murder police officers? Silence. James hasn’t tweeted about police officers being killed. It’s below his outrage line. LeBron Jam did not say a word about the murder of Officer Pughsley. While she was Black, she was also a blue-eyed woman.

What’s the solution? It’s time to stop spreading lies and myths about how police are actively targeting individuals for execution. This would be a great start.

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