Posts Categorized: Law Enforcement

I sure hope you liberal dumbasses remember you voted for this

I sure hope you liberal dumbasses remember you voted for this

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Remember this. Remember it well, you liberal dumbasses: “What we’ve done is we’ve expanded my authorities under executive action and prosecutorial discretion…” Let’s repeat that: “What we’ve done is we’ve expanded my authorities under executive action and prosecutorial discretion…” Your support of this megalomaniacal dictator is going to have long lasting consequences. “What we’ve done… Read more »

Illegals will be voting in the 2016 election

Illegals will be voting in the 2016 election

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Illegals will be voting in the 2016 election. You can bet on it, and it all began in 1993. In 1993 Bill Clinton and democrats passed what is known as the Motor Voter law. The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA), popularly known as The Motor Voter Act, is a legislation that required state… Read more »

Obama: "The future must not belong to those who would slander the prophet of Islam"

Obama: “The future must not belong to those who would slander the prophet of Islam”

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Remember those words? Barack Obama uttered them in September of 2012 while he was apologizing for the video that his administration claimed was the cause of the Benghazi attacks. Someone took those words to heart. At least twelve people have been killed in an attack on the building in which reside the offices of the… Read more »

Meet the man who set into motion the events that led to Eric Garner's death

Meet the man who set into motion the events that led to Eric Garner’s death

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This is Philip Banks. Until recently he was the Chief of Department in the NYPD, the highest ranking black police office in the NYPD. Philip Banks set into motion the events that led to Garner’s death: An order to crack down on the illegal sale of 75-cent cigarettes in Staten Island came directly from Police… Read more »