Watch: NY Police Union Delivers Powerful Video to #BlackLivesMatter
The NYPD sergeants’ union on Tuesday released a compelling video challenging the Black Lives Matter movement — and singling out Quentin Tarantino and the Rev. Al Sharpton for their anti-cop rants.
“Black lives do matter, just like all lives matter. That has never been in dispute, nor should it ever be,” the narrator says as images of riots and cop-hating BLM protesters chanting “Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon” appear onscreen.
“Violence is nothing to celebrate, it is a cancer that knows no bounds. As it metastasizes, fiction becomes fact.”
Photos appear of Sharpton and Tarantino, who stirred outrage in October when he called cops murderers — just days after NYPD Officer Randolph Holder was fatally gunned down by a career criminal in Harlem.
A few bad cops, yes. But that's not a good reason to focus on the majority of cops who aren't. If #NotAllMuslims are terrorists, then not all cops are black-hunting heathens. Actually, if you look back at most of the "This White Cop Shot this Poor 'Unarmed' Black Person" a lot of them are full of crap. Unarmed? What, like without a gun? Let's look at Mike Brown, who wanted to change his "unarmed" status by taking the gun belonging to Darren Wilson. If you don't want to get shot by a cop, bro-tip: don't try to take a cop's gun.
This is what happens when you malign cops. They get shot, they are targeted, they have to release a video addressing the crap weasels in Black Lives Matter. For simply doing their job, which sometimes includes arresting a black person after that black person has committed a crime. More science.
To police officer's across America, on behalf of everyone here at LwC, thank you for all you do. We know the majority of you are heroes. We know you become cops to protect and serve your communities. We applaud you, your bravery, your heroism. Keep doing what you're doing, we'll be sure to report the good. When an opportunity arises to mock a liberal...we'll take it.
Speaking of good cops, check out this touching story of an Ex-Convict Thanking a Cop for Changing His Life.