“CopBlaster” website is a desperate cry for attention from cop haters


Over the weekend, I received an email from a good friend of mine. He basically said “you need to check this out. You will not believe it.” I scrolled down to read the email. And he was correct. I don’t believe it.

The email is from a website called CopBlaster.com. This particular tirade was regarding a deputy from the Multnomah Country Sheriff’s Office in Oregon. What was the deputy’s egregious offense?

Among other things, she posted on Facebook that Representative Ilhan Omar is “a sickening woman.”

The particular post that has the folks at CopBlaster up in arms: it was something regarding the tax trouble that Omar may be in due to allegedly marrying her brother to gain her citizenship, with a follow up where Omar said:

“I am America’s hope and this President’s nightmare. I think all white men should be put in chains because they will never submit to Islam.”

While only the first half of that quote is correct, Omar has proven to be an anti-Semitic, and a race-baiter. 

So, I decided to take a deep dive into the world of CopBlaster. Who are these guys? What is their goal and purpose?

From their website:

Welcome to Cop Blaster! Have you ever been less than absolutely 100% completely satisfied with law enforcement? Whether you’ve been brutalized, annoyed, or just disappointed, you’ve probably had an experience with police officers, prosecutors, judges, snitches, jails, prisons, or some part of the system that could have been better. Sign up for free and tell your story.

Another headliner: “Tempe Officers Association Cyberbullying Starbucks”

Law Enforcement Today ran multiple pieces regarding the circumstances in Tempe when a guest at Starbucks felt unsafe because there were 5 or 6 officers in uniform, enjoying a cup of coffee before their shift started.

We know the truth of what happened that day.

Some soft-minded snowflake was having a meltdown because they cannot handle authority figures or anything remotely resembling law and order.

Per CopBlaster:

“The Tempe Officers Association started cyberbullying Starbucks yesterday after several of their officers were booted from a local Starbucks. Now a bunch of police state sympathizers are taking to Twitter asking people to #DumpStarbucks.

Starbucks were looking out for their customers after one of them felt unsafe by their presence. They were given the option to move out of the customer’s sight but chose to leave instead. They were not kicked out. They left freely and voluntarily. After all, if Starbucks really had to kick them out wouldn’t Starbucks have had to call them?”

Ah, to be so delusional. I wish I could just make my own alternate realities and claim moral superiority, even when I was completely and blatantly wrong.

Each of the posts listed on this site have tags. The bulk of the tags are “Enemies of Liberty.”

It seems that the creators and posters on CopBlaster are under the impression that the cops that arrested them, the jailers that booked them, the attorneys who prosecuted their cases and the judges who presided over the trials are more to blame for their convictions and incarceration than the actually crimes they committed.

The fact that they committed a crime or crimes, got caught and were subsequently jailed is irrelevant. The true Enemies of Liberty are the members of the criminal justice system that were merely doing their jobs to keep our streets safe.

I would also like to point out that the bulk of the posts listed are regarding law enforcement agents and agencies from Multnomah County, Oregon. For those not familiar with the Oregon landscape, that would be the Portland area.

It should come as no surprise that these cop-haters are residing in the land of Antifa Central. Why shouldn’t people in that area make an anti-law enforcement website when the Portland Mayor has turned his back on the very officers that have sworn to protect the city he governs?

CopBlasters has no problem with highlighting and publicly identifying the social media profiles of law enforcement officials.

Somehow, I believe that cops and deputies in Multnomah County will still be there to professionally serve and protect even the gutless cowards of CopBlaster whenever they are needed. Just a hunch, when one of these troglodytes crawls out of their cave, the so-called “enemies of liberty” will respond and do everything they can to take care of them at all costs.

Unless mommy takes away their internet privileges first.

Speaking of Antifa, President Donald Trump took them to task last week.

He’s made it explicitly clear that the administration is no longer going to put up with their tactics.

For those that are unaware, Antifa “activists” make up a massive group of protesters who seem to lash out violently at anyone they disagree with. People who fail to align their views with the group are quickly deemed racists and contributors to the “fascist” regime. 

Antifa stands for exactly that: anti-fascists. But what started as an arguably important cause in other parts of the world has shifted in the United States. The group has changed from fighting perceived fascism to attacking everyone whose political views don’t lean hard to the left.

"CopBlaster" website is a desperate cry for attention from cop haters
Will the group soon be looked at as a terrorist organization? (Adobe Stock)


They’ve been the forefront of violent protests and counter-protests in the last few years, quickly finding a home in Portland, Oregon, where leadership has failed to stop them from running rampant in the streets, faces covered with masks, often armed with sticks, batons, bats, pepper spray and other weapons.

Now the Trump administration has declared that they are considering labeling the group a domestic terrorist organization. 

Trump took to Twitter to broadcast his feelings about the group this week in which he compared the group to the violent MS-13 gang.

“Consideration is being given to declaring ANTIFA, the gutless Radical Left Wack Jobs who go around hitting (only non-fighters) people over the heads with baseball bats, a major Organization of Terror (along with MS-13 & others). Would make it easier for police to do their job!” Trump tweeted.

It’s finally happening. Two Republican senators are pushing to label the anti-fascist group Antifa as “domestic terrorists”.
It’s finally happening. Two senators are pushing to label the anti-fascist group Antifa as “domestic terrorists”. (Wikipedia/Twitter)


Legislation was introduced this week by Louisiana and Texas senators Bill Cassidy and Ted Cruz that would designate the group as a domestic terror organization.

“Antifa are terrorists, violent masked bullies who ‘fight fascism’ with actual fascism, protected by Liberal privilege,” Senator Bill Cassidy recently remarked. “Bullies get their way until someone says no. Elected officials must have courage, not cowardice, to prevent terror.”

Cruz doubled down on the statement.

“Antifa is a group of hateful, intolerant radicals who pursue their unhinged agenda through aggressive violence,” Sen. Cruz said. “Time and time again, their actions have demonstrated that their only purpose is to inflict harm on those who oppose their views. The hate and violence they spread must be stopped, and I am proud to introduce this resolution with Senator Cassidy to properly identify what Antifa are: domestic terrorists.”

Cruz asked the FBI to begin investigating Antifa cases similar to how RICO cases are handled. RICO cases look into Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations. 

The FBI responded to Cruz and Cassidy’s statements in which it was noted that the bureau recognizes Antifa more as an ideology rather than a group.

“We have a quite a number though, I should tell you, of properly predicated investigations of what we categorize as anarchist extremists,” FBI Director Christopher Wray said. “People who are trying to commit violent criminal activity that violates federal criminal law and some of those people do subscribe as what we would refer to as a kind of an antifa-like ideology.”

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"CopBlaster" website is a desperate cry for attention from cop haters


In July, authorities in Portland, Oregon started calling for laws that will help curb violence at demonstrations. Among those laws would be one that would prohibit protestors from wearing masks.  Another would allow police to videotape demonstrations and would also give the city more control over rallies organized by groups that have violent histories.

“We cannot allow people to continue to use the guise of free speech to commit a crime,’’ police Chief Danielle Outlaw said in a Wednesday news conference.

Most recently, the group has been seen on video attacking conservative journalists in the streets of Oregon during a counter protest of a free speech gathering. It seems as though everyone that doesn’t share their opinion is quickly labeled and attacked, which some people see as hypocritical behavior, considering the group is supposedly fighting for the people – for everyone to have a voice.

"CopBlaster" website is a desperate cry for attention from cop haters
Masked Antifa members lash out at a free speech demonstration. (Screenshot Twitter)


This isn’t the first time that Trump has called out the group.

“Do you ever notice they [Antifa] pick on certain people?” Trump asked while speaking at a White House event for conservative social media personalities earlier this month where he recalled a violent attack on journalist Andy Ngo at a Portland, Ore., rally. “I mean, he [Mr. Ngo] would tell you he’s not the toughest person in the world physically, right?”

Trump is referring to the attack caught on camera as journalist Andy Ngo was brutally assaulted by a group of black-clad protesters. 


Ngo was rushed to the hospital and suffered some pretty traumatic injuries after the attack, including a head injury. 


The man who was killed by police after he attacked an ICE detention center also published in his manifesto that he was a part of the organization and believed his raid on the facility was justified by his beliefs.

‘I am antifa,’ he wrote.

Is this the beginning of the end for how these ‘activists’ enact ‘justice’? We’ll have to see how it plays out.



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