Paul Harvey Reminds Us All What A Policeman REALLY Is (VIDEO)

Written by Wes Walker on July 6, 2020

Paul Harvey was way ahead of his time. The words he gave us while still among us are as relevant today as they were when he first spoke them.

Not long ago, it was his narration about farmers that was making the rounds in response to Bloomberg’s idiotic statement about them. (We’ve added that link for our interested readers below.)

This time, it’s his narration about the police that might just as easily have been written in response to this summer’s unrest.

Like Norman Rockwell painted his own portraits of how he saw America on canvas, Paul Harvey painted what he saw with words. Precious few could do what he did, or fill his shoes today.

Maybe Mike Rowe.


Here’s what Paul Harvey had to say about the police.

Ask yourself whether his words are any less true today than the day he spoke them.

Sure, he would agree that any of the bad cops need to be dealt with — he even mentioned them in his story. No disagreement there.

But the profession as a whole, would he have written them off so easily? No.

Should we?

Maybe it’s time to take a step back and listen to the wisdom of someone who isn’t neck-deep in the political back and forth of the day, to get a little perspective on a pressing issue.

Paul Harvey Can Set Bloomberg Straight On What Farmers Are REALLY Like (Video)

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