Who ya gonna call?
Rights of local law enforcement recognized
Law and order.
Woke, Houston? There’s a hashtag for that.
Let’s just leave it “job well done”
Like a shot in the dark… literally
If you don’t want us enforcing laws, stop passing them
We will all love Big Brother in the end.
An exchange student? There’s a different twist
Too little, too late
Painful but necessary
Are you protecting national security or the Democrats?
Getting a bit oppressive, aren’t we?
“118 law enforcement officers were killed in line-of-duty incidents in 2016…a 37 percent increase from 2015”
This should work out perfectly
They must be doing something right
Enjoy the time off, pal
Police department: “Protecting the rights of others is truly a heroic act.”
It’s a time when riot gear might be very appropriate
Cops alone won’t solve it.
Why would we possibly want that?
A no vacancy sign for prisoners
So much for the provocation doctrine
Don’t handcuff law enforcement out of fear of the bogeyman
The thin blue line gets a boost
It’s a round up… of prospective agents
Rogue law enforcement doesn’t seem to be of interest
Isn’t this Rahm Emanuel’s problem?
Standing up for our law enforcement community
94.5% of those arrested came from outside the state.
“Just give me my hometown back.”
“There’s no compassion in tolerating lawless conduct for anyone.”
Betting the farm on BLM?
“As you continue to serve us in this tumultuous hour…”
Give me a break, dude.
Flee the city while you have the chance
“When it comes to civil forfeiture, you are guilty until proven innocent.”
Blue lives matter
Next up: strongly worded letters
End of watch
“…if you’re not far left than you’re the enemy and that’s crazy.”
“No more swiping left on perfectly good presidential candidates”
“I think it’s so important that there be clear lines when it comes to the separation of powers.”