How did police become the enemy?

Leftists get tough supporting invasion

After watching caravans of hundreds of thousands of Central Americans plow through our sovereign border, the far left has become so acclimated to the illegal invasion they are willing to take on law enforcement officers and risk arrest to protect those who hold this country and the rule of law in contempt.

We witnessed this distortion as a reported 100+ people assembled in downtown Phoenix to protest the planned roundup of illegal aliens by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers slated to begin today.

Two of the 16 protesters who were arrested in downtown Phoenix face charges of aggravated assault on a police officer after they attempted to prevent officers from arresting other participants. Protesters filled the streets and blocked traffic following a rally at a local church. They also blocked the light-rail tracks, bringing traffic to a standstill.

This is emblematic of the topsy-turvy world in which we live, where students are systematically dumbed down, given scant instruction in American history and taught that we are an aggressor nation — made even worse by a capitalistic system — which, in fact, separates us from the harsh realities of Socialism such as the people of Cuba and Venezuela endure.

In Arizona last year, Gov. Doug Ducey rewarded teachers with a 20% raise for their part time jobs, as they embarked on a week-long strike and abandoned, in violation of their contractual agreements, an estimated 840,000 Arizona students.

This past Thursday, traffic on Tempe’s Mill Avenue Bridge was shut down and three women were arrested as protesters from Black Lives Matter railed against police.  

On the Fourth of July a reprehensible incident occurred in a Tempe Starbucks, when a barista asked police officers to leave the premises because a customer complained of feeling “unsafe” with officers in the establishment. Several of those officers were veterans who had fought for our country.

In an increasingly hostile environment, police officers put their lives on the line every day as they leave their families to go to work, where they often have to make split-second decisions, and are now routinely covered by an antagonistic media.

Jeri Williams, the weak Phoenix Police Chief, has given increased authority to a citizen review board to second guess officer’s decisions. Though she’s swore to uphold the law, Williams does give her unequivocal support to so-called “Dreamers” — saying she “supports policies” that allow the unverifiable claims of illegals to lawfully remain in the USA.  Those “polices” are known as amnesty.

8 Responses to How did police become the enemy?

  1. Observer says:

    Not only do the ignorant and the agenda-driven thugs not support our police, but it’s worsened when they have a police chief who doesn’t have their backs. Jeri Williams is an embarrassment. She couldn’t be any more clear about the fact that she puts illegals above our officers.

  2. Saguaro Sam says:

    “The organizers first job is to create the issues or problems, and organizations must be based on many issues. The organizer must first rub raw the resentments of the people of the community; fan the latent hostilities of many of the people to the point of overt expression. He must search out controversy and issues, rather than avoid them, for unless there is controversy people are not concerned enough to act. . . . An organizer must stir up dissatisfaction and discontent. ”

    written by Saul Alinsky
    (who became Hillary Rodham’s personal mentor when she was still in high school)

    In Portland, Oregon, a city that has been taken over by Aunti Fa,
    the mayor thought it appropriate to appoint a chief of police by the name of Danielle Outlaw.
    Ms. Chief Outlaw meets the requirements of diversity hiring in several categories.

    • Arizona Conservative Guy says:

      Chief Jeri Williams, obviously an Obama fan, must have taken her marching orders from him. As he campaigned. he talked glowingly about the Constitution and the rightful limitations it placed upon presidents. Later, he said “I’ve got a pen and a phone, meaning he intended to subvert the Constitution to impose his whims. You can also hear him bragging on this video, as he says, “That’s the good thing about being president, I can do whatever I want.”

  3. State Committeeman says:

    What would possess a police chief who is sworn to uphold the law to also support lawbreakers? Officer’s morale at the PPD must be dragging bottom.

  4. terry dudas says:

    Today is Bastille Day, in France; think about that.

  5. Mohave Mike says:

    To answer the headlined question, police “became the enemy” when the leftist media repeatedly identifies them in derogatory terms and covers for illegals and minority thugs. We’ve taught our children that the police are there to protect us and should be respected for the tough and often dangerous job they do.

  6. Vinoaz says:

    The chief should be fired and the mayor recalled. It’s time to crack down on criminals and anarchists. Stop pandering to left wing scum.

  7. jake sez says:

    Everything you said in your article and in the following comments is true. Now comes the real problem. How do we change this society when the young people, the future leaders, are being brainwashed in our schools? Who will have the guts to challenge these people? Trump is trying but can’t do it alone. Should we send McSally to help him?