New York City Police Union Endorses President Trump
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There are few who face higher stakes in the upcoming election than America's dedicated law enforcement professionals who are under assault from the Democrat war on cops.
It is inconceivable to believe that Democrats and their media allies are pushing for the defunding and dismantling of the nation's police but the demands for doing such an insane thing continue to intensify.
The police represent the "thin blue line" between law-abiding citizens and the violent mobs that are menacing America unchecked and they understand perfectly that there is only one choice on November 3rd and that is to vote for President Trump.
On Friday, New York City's largest police union officially endorsed the president over the two-headed monster of Joe Biden-Kamala Harris who will jeopardize the safety and lives of Americans as servants of the Marxist-inspired Black Lives Matter movement.
Few police forces have been harder hit by Democrats than the beleaguered men and women who comprise New York's finest while communist Mayor Bill de Blasio strips them of funding and puts targets on their backs by turning the streets over to criminals.
Trump spoke to hundreds of NYPD officers at his Bedminster NJ golf resort where he told them that Biden:
"...has been taking your dignity away and your respect and I’m telling you on Nov. 3 you’re going to be getting it back.”
It was music to the ears of the embattled police who have been humiliated as well as handcuffed by Hizzoner.
Via Yahoo News, "Trump gets endorsement of NYC police union":
Seeking to amplify his law-and-order message, President Donald Trump on Friday told hundreds of New York Police Department officers that “no one will be safe in Biden’s America" if the former Democratic vice president defeats him in November.
“This guy has been taking your dignity away and your respect," Trump said of former Vice President Joe Biden. “And I'm telling you on Nov. 3 you're going to be getting it back."
Trump spoke to members of the City of New York Police Benevolent Association, the union representing some 24,000 rank-and-file officers as he steps up his attacks on Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris. The president's campaign is looking to raise doubts about the Biden-Harris ticket’s ability to keep the peace in the nation’s biggest metropolises. Trump was formally endorsed by the union during the event at his New Jersey golf course.
Trump is ripping a page out of Richard Nixon’s law-and-order campaign playbook from 1968 — when American streets were rife with racial protests and Nixon campaigned vowing to crack down and restore order in an appeal tailored to white voters.
At a moment when the nation has been jarred by sometimes violent protests over police brutality, Trump has repeatedly blamed big city mayors in Democratic-strongholds — including New York, Portland, Seattle, Chicago — for undermining police officers.
“In New York, you have New York’s finest, but they’ve totally taken away their incentive,” Trump said earlier this week. “They’ve taken away their lives, in a sense, because they don’t allow them to do their job."
Of course, the author had to insert a fallacious racist dig at Trump with the comment about an "appeal tailored to white voters" but Nixon did win at a time when America was under attack by rioters who found apologists in the Democratic party.
Police groups had already begun distancing themselves from the radicalized Biden after the former vice president openly sided with criminal rioters after the George Floyd video went viral.
Via Politico, "Police groups break with Biden":
Joe Biden has long prided himself on being a union-friendly Democrat with a good relationship with rank-and-file cops.
But Biden’s call for more national policing reforms and oversight in the wake of the death of George Floyd — and the perception that he hasn’t shown enough solidarity with law enforcement amid the ensuing nationwide protests and unrest — have created a fissure with law enforcement groups, leaving many who once supported him frustrated by what they regard as political posturing by their one-time ally.
“Clearly, he’s made a lot of changes the way candidates do during the primary process, but he kept moving left and fell off the deep end,” said Bill Johnson, executive director of the National Association of Police Organizations, the umbrella organization for Police Benevolent Association chapters.
“For Joe Biden, police are shaking their heads because he used to be a stand-up guy who backed law enforcement,” Johnson said. “But it seems in his old age, for whatever reason, he’s writing a sad final chapter when it comes to supporting law enforcement.”
President Trump is absolutely correct about Biden and Harris and the "left-wing war on cops" and the only way to restore order is to deliver them a stinging rejection at the ballot box.