Most people can’t do what we do.
Most people don’t want to do what we do.
Yet, many people still criticize law enforcement professionals. Many have no idea what police officers do or face every day, but they gobble up what certain media outlets say about the profession or they allow idiot professors from the University of California to advocate death to our brave men and women in law enforcement.
How did we get to this point? As a country, why are we allowing people to verbally and physically attack our police officers?
Part of the answer is free speech, but physically attacking officers for no apparent reason, such as the recent killing of the Chicago Police Officer sitting in his car, should spark outrage from everyone in the community.
Let’s get back to the so called “educator” from UC. Why do people who advocate the killing of police officers still have a job? Why is he allowed to continue to educate our children? And the most important question: why is he not being investigated by law enforcement in California?
Can you imagine just for a moment the mass hysteria that would ensue if a cop anywhere advocated the killing of a college professor? Can you imagine the outrage? The media calling for our heads?
It is difficult to conceive advocating taking ANYONE’s life. Yet, if you belong to a certain class, if you teach at a certain college or if you are a famous actor or athlete you can get away with anything. Just ask Jussie Smollett.
“Do you consider him guilty?” State’s Attorney Kim Foxx is questioned by ABC 7 Chicago on why the charges were dropped against Jussie Smollett. She hesitates to answer. It was revealed through a FOIA that she privately communicated w/his friend & family. pic.twitter.com/VfeJPHazqQ
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) March 28, 2019
As a retired police officer of 23 years, and for all those who have served and currently served, we are tired of it. Maybe we really should consider getting rid of law enforcement across the nation.
Let’s consider it. Then all the people who spew hatred against the police and wish death upon police officers can find someone else to solve their problems. When your kid runs away and you have no idea where they went, then you deal with it. When your house gets broken into, you deal with it. When the drunk driver runs into you on your way home from work, yes, you deal with it. When a person is abusing another or their children, you handle it.
The advocates of the abolishment of law enforcement, the same who probably want to get rid of flatulating cows and airplanes, have no idea what a world without law enforcement would look like. I have no idea either, and I don’t want to find out.
How about this idea… As a country, let’s start supporting the brave men and women who will respond to your calls for help and solve your problems no matter what time of day with a selfless duty to protect and serve.
If you disagree with me, that’s OK. I was taught growing up that people have different opinions and sometimes those opinions won’t align with mine. Again, that’s OK. If you need a platform to talk then come on my podcast, www.cjevolution.com, and tell me and the thousands of law enforcement listeners that they are evil or they shouldn’t have jobs, or they need to be disposed of.
I know most people won’t do that, because too often those who like to attack behind a keyboard in the safety and security of your home don’t want to stand up for their beliefs.
The safety and security that the law enforcement professionals provide.
For all of you people out there that support law enforcement, God bless you.