Law Enforcement Today Launches Contest To Shame GQ
It’s a big F-U, G-Q.
Law Enforcement Today is launching a national contest to find a TRUE Citizen of the Year.
Freaking Underrated Guys & Gals of Quality.
Unlike the pig-sock wearing bum that GQ just honored in their latest magazine, LET wants to pay tribute to ACTUAL patriots.
By choosing Colin Kaepernick as “Citizen of the Year,” GQ Magazine succeeded in two things besides the disrespect to our first responders:
- They somehow made themselves relevant for the first time in a decade *slow golf clap.*
- They made a statement that they are embracing social justice warriors instead of safety, security and FACTS.
Facts like the minor details Colin decides to ignore about “police brutality”… such as the numbers showing more white people are killed in police shootings every year than African Americans and Hispanics combined.
It’s sort of fitting that the magazine chose an unemployed clown to try and get unemployed ANTIFA members and the like to beg their parents to buy them a magazine subscription.
So while GQ desperately tries to boost subscription numbers to sell more purple turtlenecks for men … we’re proudly declaring that real Americans don’t just wear cashmere … they wear bravery.
Plaid isn’t the color of America. BLUE is.
And we’re going to prove it.
We’re going to pick OUR Citizen of the Year in our F-U-G-Q contest and fly them to Connecticut, where they’ll be interviewed about their story at The Whiskey Wall for our Behind the Uniforms series. They’ll have a full video and photo shoot, taken out to a fancy dinner and rewarded with a whole bunch of schwag. It’s a prize package worth $10,000. Why? Because … ‘merica.
Because a “citizen of the year” doesn’t stomp their feet like a petulant child trying to get someone to pay attention to them.
No, OUR “citizen of the year” is one who will risk their life to save others. They work countless hours of service to be able to put a meal on the table for their families. They actually spend time volunteering in the community to touch lives.
And they aren’t overgrown toddlers begging for someone to write an article about them in hopes that some media coverage will save what was already a football reputation on life support before they decided to commit career suicide.
Email a picture of the person you are nominating and a paragraph about why we should pick them to: [email protected]
God bless our first responders and our veterans. God bless America. And God help GQ.
Kyle S. Reyes is the Chief Executive Officer of The Silent Partner Marketing, co-host of The Whiskey Patriots and the National Spokesman for Law Enforcement Today. Reyes is also an acclaimed keynote speaker on patriotism and leadership, entrepreneurship and marketing by storytelling. You can follow him on Facebook.
(Photo courtesy Detroit Police Department)