Judge Jeanine Pirro was fired up on Sunday after the attack in Baton Rouge that saw three more police officers murdered by a leftist black militant. She argued that our nation’s law enforcement officers had now become prime targets for criminal attack, and that liberal policies and politics played an important role in creating this dangerous and volatile scenario.
“With five cops shot in Dallas and now three in Baton Rouge, it is an attempt at anarchy,” Judge Jeanine said. “My fear is that the attempt to kill cops – and the killing of cops – is now becoming normalized. It’s now becoming legitimized.”
She said that it all starts at the top with President Obama, who all too often sides with criminals and anti-police activists instead of law enforcement.
“The police officers – as everyone has said – are one line of defense between a civilized society and anarchy.”
If Pirro was upset, Cleveland Police Detective Steve Loomis was downright apoplectic. Loomis argued that the President himself was partly to blame for the seemingly continuous stream of violence being perpetrated against our nation’s police officers. Loomis said that the violence now on display was a natural outgrowth of President Obama’s refusal to decry the leftist anti-police narrative from #BlackLivesMatter and the media.
“Now, we see an escalation. This has got to end. We need some leadership in this country to come forward and put an end to this.
The president of the United States has blood on his hands and it will not be able to become washed off.”
Loomis also lamented the way that liberal leaders speak about law enforcement,
“How the hell did we ever become the bad guys in this country? It’s the irresponsible reporting of the media and it’s the irresponsible statements of people that are credible, like the president of the United States, like celebrities.”
So, are Loomis and Pirro right? Can the violence we see playing out in the media be laid at the feet of President Obama and his cronies in the Democrat Party and the media? Who’s ultimately to blame for the horrible tragedies we’ve been force to witness of late?
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com