Dallas Co. Commissioner Refuses To Honor Murdered Cops – His ‘Reason’ Is Pure BS

Published on July 10, 2017

This guy just doesn’t get it.

“Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price voted to oppose a resolution to honor murdered police officers, blaming police officers for the assassinations.” — BlueLivesMatter

Say what?

This was DALLAS. You remember, surely the guy who gunned down the cops who were facilitating a peaceful BLM march? They died at the end of a march supporting the right of people to assemble and be critical of problems they saw with their government.

Remember who it was who killed these cops? He murdered people for the ‘crime’ of being white cops.

Johnson’s profile photo on Facebook shows him in a dashiki, holding a clenched fist in the air. Johnson’s cover photos are a black liberation flag and a black power fist.

Dallas police chief David Brown said Johnson told police “he was upset about the recent police shootings” and “wanted to kill white people, especially white officers.” — read more

So the guy who singled out for execution, are the very people who had chosen to spend their lives ‘protecting and serving’ their neighborhoods. A job that consists largely of seeing people at their very worst — either as the victim of a crime or being arrested for committing one.

If you wake up in the middle of the night, and some thug is ransacking your home, these are the people you call to show up and protect you.

What did the Dallas County Commissioner have to say about honoring the cops who were assassinated by a racist cop-hater that day?

…Commissioner John Wiley Price argued that law enforcement should not be honored, according to Fox4.

“I think it’s interesting in this country how you again try to frame the narrative with regards to other people who’ve lost their life at the hands of law enforcement,” Price said. “No life is more important than any other life.”

Price said that ‘unjust police violence’ was the cause of the terrorist attacks against law enforcement, according to Fox4.– BlueLivesMatter

Yes, he said that. We can only imagine that he has no interest in calling the cops if someone were to break into his house, steal his car, or threaten someone in his family.

“Until we start to recognize all life, then no life is more important than any other life,” Price said.

Really? He just justified the shooting, by giving it a ‘rational’ cause. Should we also honor the life of the moron who murdered those cops in cold blood?

Save your political posturing for some other occasion. Let us honor those who fell defending the peace we ALL take for granted. The peace that makes our civil society possible.

The Sheriff put this in issue in the right perspective.

Sheriff Lupe Valdez argued that all officers killed in the line of duty deserve to be honored.

“It’s not that they died, because everybody dies. It’s how they died,” she said. “We need to continue as people in blue to make a difference so that both sides, both of us hurt when somebody dies — it’s not officers go home safely, it’s let’s all go home safely.”

Somebody get that County Commissioner a copy of this book.

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