You’ve likely noticed anti-police rhetoric now rampant among various communities across the United States, courtesy of groups like Black Lives Matter (see SICK: Black Lives Matter APPLAUDS Barista Spitting in Cop’s Coffee and Dartmouth College: BlackLivesMatter Destroys and Replaces Police Memorial Display). Since their inception, there’s been an undeniable uptick in ambushes of police officers and anti-cop hate crimes. So coincidental.
The latest in anti-cop violence took place in Sacramento, California. It was a shooting which happened DURING a memorial for another cop who was shot and killed.
Two Sacramento Police officers were wounded Thursday in a shootout with a suspect linked to a suspected double homicide in Meadowview last week.
The shooting unfolded in the same hour hundreds of officers from around the region and the state gathered in Roseville for the memorial service for Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Robert French, who was killed last week in a shootout near a Ramada Inn.
Sacramento Police spokesman Sgt. Bryce Heinlein said many officers who responded to the scene had come directly from French’s memorial service. “It’s been a very difficult day. A lot of us came from (the service),” Heinlein said.
Fortunately both officers will survive. Much to the disdain of every local Black Lives Matter chapter within 200 miles, I’m sure.
One of the officers was shot in his bullet proof vest, the other struck in an undisclosed location. Neither of their injuries were life threatening, and they were taken to an area hospital, Heinlein said.
Like it or not, this is the reality certain social justice crap wads want. They invite these sort of atrocities when they encourage hatred and violence towards police (see WAR: 5 Cops Slain at Dallas #BlackLivesMatter Protest). As their twisted rhetoric gains popularity, it’s no wonder more and more police are getting ambushed or shot.
Of course, that’s not to say that this specific instance was a direct result of BLM’s hatred for the boys in blue. Danger is an everyday part of policemen’s jobs. But as more and more officers wind up dead, you won’t see Deray or his cronies shedding any tears. Too busy lobbing accusations and vilifying the police who work tirelessly to keep his community safe. Oh wells.