So edgy hating on the police.
We suppose HuffPo has to do their part in crapping all over law enforcement since that’s the new narrative going around. Hey, we’re fine with changing the news cycle because we are SO DAMN SICK of talking about the virus that was a country killer until the Left decided they wanted to protest and stuff.
Hey, full transparency.
The police have decided to respond to accusations of violence and unchecked power with more violence and unchecked power. Have to believe that the backlash is going to be huge — police violence has been on full display in all the protest coverage https://t.co/8xHyU4noPO
— Amanda Terkel (@aterkel) June 5, 2020
From HuffPo (sorry!):
Over the past week, protests have broken out nationwide over police brutality, the targeting of Black people and the lack of accountability for these actions.
The death of George Floyd at the hands of four Minneapolis police officers last week ignited the furor, but the anger goes far beyond that one incident. At the heart of the debate is whether the police have too much power and commit acts of discrimination and violence with impunity. The word of the police is given the ultimate weight and authority in a dispute.
The police have been out in full force responding to the anti-racist protests. And their overwhelming response to the accusations of violence and unchecked power has been more violence and unchecked power.
Richard Grenell was less than impressed with her piece.
Shameful. This Huffington Post reporter makes a sweeping judgement about ALL police. This is the kind of garbage blogging that is totally unhelpful. And should be condemned.
We all know there are some bad police officers- as is the case in every industry (like Journalism). https://t.co/eZ3EhQmkSK
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) June 5, 2020
The Huffington Post, enough said.
— Rome on the Potomac (@BillBaker63) June 5, 2020
What do you expect from huffpo?
— mama (@_Mama_Tweets) June 5, 2020
I thought demonizing a group of people was bad? 🤔
— Texas Boy Mom (@eckhartmom) June 5, 2020
Only certain groups.
Police killing unarmed blacks is DOWN 2/3 from 2015 to 28 people. Trending down. 0 would be great, but it's getting better not worse! Even the left admits:https://t.co/TD6yN5jD24
— The world has gone mad (@ColemanCullen) June 5, 2020
But we thought it was worse under Trump.