Boot-Licking NRA Finally Gets Something Right

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following post here, being shared by the page, “Peaceful Streets Project,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“Dallas officer charged with manslaughter – NRATV”

Peaceful Streets Project: Is the NRA now advocating shooting cops who break into your home?

NRA: “Shoot cops on sight.”  #ACAB

NRA spokesperson: Dallas Shooting in Which a Cop Killed a Man in His Own Home “Could Have Been Very Different” if the Victim “Was a Law Abiding Gun Owner”:
https://www.mediamatters.org/video/2018/09/11/nra-spokesperson-dallas-shooting-which-cop-killed-man-his-own-home-could-have-been-very-different-if/221269

My Commentary: If he had a gun, “she might be the one carried out.” 🙂

In Face of Blue Privilege Corruption, Resist State-Run Gun Control

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Cop Amber Guyger Is One Reason We Need Private Gun Ownership:
https://mises.org/power-market/cop-amber-guyger-one-reason-we-need-private-gun-ownership

(Ryan McMaken) When advocates of gun confiscation complain about “guns” and say “no one needs a gun for x” all they are really saying — whether they understand it or not — is “I want only cops and soldiers to have guns.”

While gun control advocates often claim to be suspicious of police power, logic dictates that the gun-confiscation position is simply the position that only government employees should have guns. Similarly, more mild gun-regulation positions are designed to increase the coercive power of government over the taxpaying citizenry, and to lessen access to private sources of self-defense — thus increasing private-sector dependence on government police for “protection.”  The gun-regulation position is premised on the idea that only the police can really be trusted with gun ownership.

And what a terrible position that is.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Only a mindless drone would push for State-run gun control in this climate of murderous Blue Privilege…

ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED: Bootlicker, Level 100!

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following screenshot here, being shared by the page, “Shit Statists Say,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“Sorry but anyone anywhere MUST comply with police…. had he complied he’d still be alive!!! Duh no brainer. So you think you don’t have to comply if the police kick your door down, maybe looking for a murderer and at wrong house.. you still MUST comply!!!!!”

My Commentary: ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED!
Bootlicker, Level 100!

Cop-Sucking, for a Beating Tomorrow!

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following screenshot compilation here, being shared by the page, “Corrupt Frisco Texas Cops,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

Blue Lives Matter Responds to Dallas Shooting…
“[Coleen Owens] There was no malicious intent. It was a mistake an error. She did not mean to go to his apartment and kill him. Murder or manslaughter will not stick on this case. It is similar to self defense. She thought she was in her apartment. Let us here 911 tapes.
This was not a race issue. It is extremely sad that he died, but she never intended on going home and having to use her gun.”
“[Nick G. Lagusis] Prayers for everyone involved. I’m sick and tired of people always trying to make it a race issue. And wouldn’t you know it it’s black preacher, black attorney looking for their 15 minutes of Fame.”
“[Will Spradlin] INNOCENT. Drop all charges and sue the city and police department for putting her in a situation of working 14 hrs in a high stress job.”
“[Luke Frost] She was in uniform and if she lives in the same jurisdiction where she works then obeying her commands is exactly what he should have done regardless of whose residence they were in. That is if she announced herself as a police officer.”
“[Courtney Diamond] If it was a white man or black on black… no one would make a big deal. America is becoming whinny little snowflakes.”
“[Steve Francis] If he would have obeyed her commands, he would be alive, and this would not have happened. She made a mistake on the apartment issue, but if someone, especially a cop, is pointing a gun at you, you damn sure need to obey commands.”
“[Derek Masino] No one’s arguing he was in his own home however if you have a gun pointed at you it’s a smart idea to listen to the person with the guns commands or guess what…. You guessed it you might get ur ass shot.”
“[Jane Kurtz] She was over worked in a high crime area, he didn’t say anything and ignored her commands. It’s a shame all around.”
“[Sharon Bradley] I have done the same thing as this officer, but realized my error when the key didn’t work. I understand his families feelings, but he did not respond to her commands. I believe i would have shot lower, but I guess i still would have shot. Sad accident.”
“[Gale Ttellam] Accidental shooting. No malice. She shouldn’t face any charges after the grand jury hears the facts. Sad situation, but the deceased should have followed her commands. He wouldn’t be dead. She made an honest mistake and it’s unfortunate, but I don’t see where she’ll be made culpable. Maybe in a civil suit, but not criminal.”

My Commentary: Cop-sucking slave-minded human waste receptacles…

UK Police Drop Investigation Into Dozens of Serious Crime Cases

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Met Police Dropped 30,000 Criminal Investigations in First 24 Hours Last Year:
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/sep/09/met-police-dropped-30000-criminal-investigations-in-first-24-hours-last-year

The Metropolitan police are increasingly dropping investigations into serious crimes such as sexual offences, violent attacks and arson within hours of them being reported, the Guardian can reveal.

The UK’s largest force “screened out” 34,164 crimes without further investigation on the day they were reported in 2017, compared to 13,019 the year before. In the first five months of 2018, 18,093 crimes were closed in 24 hours, putting the number for the year on track to exceed last year’s total.

The figures, obtained under freedom of information rules, included a growing number of sexual offence cases that were closed in a day, rising from 20 in 2016 to 49 in 2017 and 32 in the first five months of 2018.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: UK…