Yet another swing and a miss
Why is this even a question?
A sad story, yes, but perhaps some selective sympathy
“The more people that are armed, the more that we have the ability to fight police terrorism or fight fascist terrorism.”
“118 law enforcement officers were killed in line-of-duty incidents in 2016…a 37 percent increase from 2015”
“Your lack of judgment and leadership in this matter is unacceptable…”
This makes no sense
They must be doing something right
Good luck talking your way out of this one
“Whose streets, our streets”
This is my shocked face
How very… godly of you
Easy does it
“An increased and highly visible police presence will be on campus on September 14.”
Too much benefit of the doubt
“I’m just trying to do what I’m supposed to do.”
It’s a time when riot gear might be very appropriate
“I have done a bad thing.”
Don’t let this one go off the rails, please
“six civilians and one police officer were injured”
“Protesters likened the police action to tactics used by white supremacists…”
“law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place…”
“a city-wide 72-hour ceasefire that began midnight Thursday”
“In many cases, the underlying misconduct was undisputed…”
“…flyers were distributed featuring a cartoon of Brown dressed in a Ku Klux Klan outfit.”
“To many Irish Americans like myself, the phrase is insulting; it should not be used in polite discourse.”
Law and order.
“I ain’t serving no police”
It would at least be a start
“Sir, I have to tell you that I do have a firearm on me.”
No more traffic stops?
And the story only gets stranger from there
Or just an attack on police?
The “peaceful protesters” wearing masks and hurling bricks return
The bad news is that there is no good news
The thin blue line gets a boost
Department of Redundancy Department.
But the results will likely remain the same