The war on police is still raging in America, even as the Black Lives Matter hate group has taken a backseat in our nation’s society.
Just over a year ago, a domestic terrorist inspired by Black Lives Matter shot and killed 5 police officers in Dallas, Texas, in a seminal moment for the liberal “social justice” organization. In the ensuing 12 months, Black Lives Matter has come under fire for their fierce anti-police theatrics and inability to recognize their own demise. Americans are becoming overwhelmingly fed up with the group’s overt racism and calls for violence, and have all but abandoned the domestic terror group.
Unfortunately, Black Lives Matter has created an impact on modern America, normalizing brutality and hatred toward our nation’s police. This influence was on full display this week as one young liberal attempted to slander a fallen officer in one of the most despicable acts imaginable.
“Julien Rodriguez, 16, said he found the experience “satisfying” as his older brother and best friend had been unjustly killed by police.
“’Since they did not show respect for my brother and my friend, why should I show respect to them?’ he told The New York Post.
“During the funeral proceedings, hundreds of NYPD police officers also expressed their anger at New York Mayor Bill de Blasio by turning their backs days after he decided to skipa ceremony for 524 new NYPD cops so he could catch a flight to Hamburg in order to protest Donald Trump.”
Familia’s murder became national news after details of the shooting were revealed to the public.
The liberally motivated anti-police movement in America has claimed dozens of live in recent years, as an alarming number of officers have been targeted in the line of duty. These incidents are not only unacceptable, but they have been exacerbated by leftist ideology in recent months as groups such as Black Lives Matter have complicated officers’ routines. Given the massive backlash facing these public servants, many have been forced to adjust their tactics in order to avoid frivolous litigation and public ridicule, opening themselves up to enhanced risks from the public.