If one were to take a look at almost every major media outlet on a daily basis, or read the social media feeds of those Hollywood leftists on their soap boxes, they would think that police officers are the most hated people in this country right now, especially by black people
Law Enforcement Today recently reported on how the major news outlet, NBC, actually omitted a portion of a 911 call in the police involved shooting incident of Ma’Khia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio, to fit their “bad white cop shoots innocent black person” agenda.
In their report on the officer-involved shooting in Columbus, Ohio, NBC Nightly News deceptively edited the 911 call to leave out the part where the caller says a girl was "trying to stab us." They also don't show viewers the knife in the attacker's hand just before the shots. pic.twitter.com/r5uXD1qDb1
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) April 22, 2021
Extremist groups such as Black Lives Matter, and Antifa are continuously calling out so called “injustices” between the African American community and Police Officers.
However, according to a recent poll conducted by CBS, that is far from the truth. In fact, a large majority of black people who were polled feel as though police officers are doing a good job.
According to the poll, 17% of Black people think their local police are doing a “very good” job while a whopping 53% believe their local police are doing a “somewhat good” job. Only 30% of Black Americans believe their local police are doing a very or somewhat bad job.
This is very contradictory of the picture that is being painted by the mainstream media and the extremists groups that are calling for “change” through violence and destruction.
This sentiment could also have something to do with the fact that most of what is being “seen” by the average American is being staged.
LET recently brought you a story on how CNN and NBC paid a far-left Capitol rioter, who posed as a Trump supporter, $70,000 for video footage he took during the attack.
The court papers, filed as prosecutors attempted to block the activist’s access to social media, show that CNN and NBC each paid John Sullivan $35,000 for footage he obtained while posing as a pro-Trump supporter during the uprising.
CBS News/YouGov poll following the guilty verdict against former police officer Derek Chauvin:
17% of Black people think their local police are doing a “very good” job
53% local police are doing a “somewhat good” job
30% very or somewhat bad job
— DottieSilentNoMore (@DottieFincham) April 28, 2021
The footage included the moment a Capitol officer shot and killed protester Ashli Babbitt, according to court documents filed in U.S. District Court in Washington.
According to NOQ report, This poll and others like it lend to the credibility of the notion that Black Americans feel very similarly to White Americans about police with only a 12% gap between them in their approval of local law enforcement’s job performance.
It’s also interesting that CBS News/YouGov only highlighted White and Black respondents. What do Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, or other racial groups think? It’s likely very similar.
As for Hollywood, they used the recently aired Academy Awards to grandstand and further push the anti-police narrative. There was constant praise of the conviction of Chauvin, and far-left rhetoric throughout the whole show.
People are growing tired of this act however, and it showed in ratings. This year’s Academy Awards were the lowest rated in the history of the award.
According to National File:
“Despite the fact that that nationwide lockdowns and a pandemic have left Americans with more time to watch television, the 93rd Academy failed spectacularly, bringing in less than half the viewership of the previous years’ Oscars, which also set an all-time low viewership record.
“Chadwick Boseman, the “Black Panther” actor who died in 2020 and was celebrated by leftists for his roles as powerful black characters in political films, also failed to receive any awards despite the fact that the Oscars rearranged the order of its award categories in a bid to celebrate a hoped-for Boseman Best Actor win.
“The viewership of the Oscars has steadily declined in recent years due to the over-politicization of the ceremony, however, the event still drew in over 43 million viewers in 2014. By 2020, that number had plummeted nearly in half to 23 million.”
What the media and Hollywood are doing, is not just making police officers “unpopular”, but they are also putting them in very dangerous situations through their messaging.
Following the shooting of Ma’Khia Bryant in Ohio, a group of Black Lives Matter terrorists were caught on video threatening to kill police officers. Considering many take the words of this group as gospel, this could be a very serious threat.
One of the far-left terrorists said:
“We’re not gonna sit here and just sit around while you shoot and kills us and go back to the suburbs. We’re sick…maybe it needs to be an eye for an eye,”
“They shoot us. We shoot them! You shot us. We shoot you!”
The crowed cheered him on with “mmm-hmm’s” and “that’s right”‘s, regardless of the fact that the police officer involved in the case was saving the life of another black woman.
BLM activists call for assassinations of police in response to the Columbus shooting of an armed teenager. pic.twitter.com/U5TWhyI0iZ
— Mister James (@the_elefent) April 22, 2021
The war on police is real, and it is only getting worse. Law Enforcement Today recently brought you a story of five officers who were hospitalized after a suspected shooter rammed into them twice with his car. Here is more on that story.
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MERIDEN, CT– On Monday, April 26th, five police officers were hospitalized in Meriden, Connecticut, after a vehicle rammed into them, according to police.
The city’s police department released a statement that said at approximately 5:20 p.m., police officers pulled over a vehicle that matched the description of one used in a recent shooting in the city.
As officers approached the vehicle, the suspect reportedly rammed it into two marked police cruisers and one unmarked police vehicle. According to police, two officers on foot were struck after the vehicle proceeded to ram into all three police vehicles a second time.
Five officers were hospitalized in Meriden, Connecticut, after a vehicle rammed into them.
Officers approached a vehicle that matched the description of one used in a recent shooting in the city
The vehicle then rammed into three police vehicles.https://t.co/pjv2vPJ87M
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) April 27, 2021
The statement said officers were able to find the vehicle after it left the scene and apprehend the passengers after a “brief chase.” Officers said they observed one suspect discard a weapon and that a second weapon was found by a K-9, The Washington Examiner reported.
The conditions of the five injured officers were not specified.
On Monday, Meriden Mayor Kevin Scarpati took to Facebook to post about the incident.
“As many of you are aware, it was a busy evening for our Meriden Police Department,”
“First, my thoughts are with our officers who were injured from this incident and pray for a quick and full recovery.”
As many of you are aware, it was a busy evening for our Meriden Police Department. First, my thoughts are with our…
“I encourage anyone with information or possible video footage of today’s events to contact the Meriden Police Department. Thank you, Meriden PD for keeping us safe tonight, and every night.”
The Washington Examiner reached out to the Meriden Police Department for further details but did not immediately hear back.
Law Enforcement Today will bring you more updates on the officers and the investigation as they become available.
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