Don’t take your eye off the ball ladies and gentlemen. The story of the day on July 8, 2016 is that Hillary Clinton committed perjury in front of congress which was revealed during the James Comey hearing the day before. The media seeking to help their candidate hide in the shadows of an offense that has jail time attached to it responded by playing the murders of two African-American men by police in graphic detail which stirred up the Black Lives Matters communists into a predicted froth which exploded in downtown Dallas by nightfall, leaving 5 police officers dead and many others wounded. But make no mistake about it–that is not the lead story of the day. It is Hillary, because once again it was the political left’s mismanagement of government resources that has caused all these problems in the first place—so don’t become distracted by the sadness of the tragedy in Dallas.
Cops are not the bulk of the problem here, and believe me, I’m not an open apologist for them. I think the mistake that police departments make during their recruiting is that they all too often put young men hungry to prove their manhood in positions of infinite authority—and often the cops don’t handle that responsibility very well at all. Let me provide two recent examples that I observed firsthand. On the Fourth of July I had a massive fireworks display that went on for over an hour. For me, the 4th is all about celebrating defiance and reminding those in authority that if they get out of control, that we will remove them from power with force if needed, and take back our country from the clutches of tyranny. So I could care less if the fireworks I had were legal or not. With that said, I was firing them off and they were loud. Near my home is a trailer park which I consider to be an eyesore to the fine community that I live in. Not everyone, but most of the people living there are drug fueled losers doing the bare minimum in life that is required and they live pathetic existences. When I see them at the local gas station where I often get fuel and meet them at the cashier’s counter they often stink–they smell like cigarettes and undeodorized sweaty malcontents. As I pay for my gas they pay for cigarettes, beer for breakfast, and lottery tickets. I don’t like them and they don’t like me. With that relationship in context, they called the cops on me over twenty times during my firework display and after the big climax which filled up the sky with fire; a young cop came into my backyard asking if I was done yet.
It’s a really stupid idea to walk into my backyard unannounced—in fact, it’s dangerous. That cop should have known better, he should have come to the front door–very dumb to walk on a man’s property in the dark and to come up behind him—especially at my house. But the young kid thought he had the right as a cop to go anywhere he wanted and if we weren’t so happy with our firework display he might have caught me in a bad mood. Smartly, he read my face and didn’t push the issue. He said the right things about the idiots who called the police which took off the edge and the exchange was friendly. But I could tell the kid was ready for a fight until he thought differently about the situation once he met my family—and probably Googled my name. He left trying to make himself sound important by saying that he hoped he wouldn’t have to come back out again. My thoughts were—what better thing did he have to do—really? Play on his phone in his police car? He was a cocky little guy untested and looking to use his badge as a way to show his social status of authority to others. If I had been a different kind of person, a different color, social class, or even just a little less legally knowledgeable, that exchange would have been much different.
Just a few days later I was with my wife at the Donald Trump rally in Sharonville, Ohio. Of course there were police everywhere, Hamilton County sent out a lot of troopers as did Butler County and the Highway Patrol. Most of the cops were nice people who were trying to help. But on the way out after the event was over I happened to have parked near the route where the Secret Service was planning to take Trump and his assembly back to the airport. So the Highway Patrol shut down the road while the motorcade prepared to go by. A little 5’, 5” kid dressed in a Highway Patrol outfit with the typical buzz cut on his hairline was very animated in the road yelling at people to get out of the road otherwise Trump’s Secret Service people would run “their asses over.” The kid was drunk on power and using the circumstance to justify his ego boost acquired by the position his badge gave him over others. He was using the power granted to him by the state to abuse people under a crises situation. If someone around me had even looked like they were going to pull out a gun they would have been shot dead in less than a second because cops like that kid are looking for any excuse they can get to prove their valor in the face of danger. It’s a real problem these days in a culture that has shit all over masculinity pushing insecure little guys like that into serving as a Highway Patrolman so that he might get the opportunity to prove that he’s not a little pussy. Once Trump went by all the cops got into their cars and cleared the road, and we all moved about our business. I know better around timid types like that little cop than to scare them in any way. They are jittery and trigger happy and they shouldn’t be given so much authority. But the management of our Highway Patrol actually recruits these types of people, so that’s what we get on the roads. Most of the time I’m glad the cops are there, because they prevent outright social anarchy, but in times of crises—or the hint of crises, they use their acquired power to prop themselves up in psychological stature.
As an intelligent, cultured white male, I know how to deal with timid cops. I don’t challenge them while they have the power position—I know when dealing with them that I have thousands of other ways to skin a cat, and after talking to me for a little bit they realize it, and back off their eagerness to draw a gun and shoot someone to prove that they are men. It might be remembered that we had an issue of police violence in good ol’ West Chester, Ohio—one of the nicest communities in the world—and even there, several cops took the opportunity to beat up a drunk guy after hours at a local sports bar. It’s in the nature of other human beings when they have power that they abuse that power. When dealing with cops, because most of them are not intellectual giants, the most powerful weapon you can have is intelligence. But if you challenge them power to power—they will kill you, because they have the authority of the state to do it. Even that kid who came into my backyard. If I had threatened him in any way he would have seized the opportunity to abuse his authority in less than a second. Like I said, there are other ways to skin a cat, and I use them all. But you just don’t challenge police directly—because they’ll shoot anybody at the slightest provocation.
Black Lives Matters protestors and the culture of inner city people community organized by people like Barack Obama over the years actively have created a culture that wants to challenge the police with physical violence. Like that trailer park trash I spoke about earlier they often live despicable lives making bad choices and getting a bunch of silly arrests on their records so when police show up to investigate a disturbance, the cops are already fingering their triggers. All the cops need is an excuse, and all too often, these Black Lives Matters communists give it to them viewing the killings as a sacrifice for the greater good. The whole problem is a creation of the political left’s incredible mismanagement. On the side of the cops, the progressive labor unions have given police a feeling of entitlement and unity when one of them goes rogue. Then on the side of the Black Lives Matter protestors, the political left has made many of them into dependents on the government and kept the intellectually ill equipped to deal with the world. So when the two forces are brought together bad things happen—like they did in Dallas on 7-7-2016.
Yet notice how quickly the liberalized media even as the Comey testimony revealed that Hillary Clinton had lied to congress during the Benghazi hearings that they played the obvious murder of two black males by cops at point black range. Those types of videos are filmed every day—and while they are bad, they are actually expected. Yet the media played them graphically halfway through the Comey testimony and the lead story of the day due to the stoked media fires that had been heating up all day, became the Dallas massacres by morning. Do you see dear reader how this game is played? So be sure not to take your eyes off the ball. Don’t fall for the laser light on the wall like some dog barking at nothing. Keep your eye on the prize and ensure that Hillary Clinton not only isn’t elected president, but that she go to jail for her crimes—because that’s what she deserves. Shootings between cops and the citizens they are supposed to protect happen every day. Statistically, blacks challenge cops more than whites because of the cultures they are raised in.
The cop that came to my house wasn’t too keen on the type of people who live in that trailer park which gave us some common ground to work with—because the trailer trash live bad lives that makes his job a lot harder. Domestic violence, drugs, prostitution and other despicable enterprises are common around people with low intellect and low ambition no matter what color your skin is. And when such people challenge the authority of the police, they end up shot and that is the way it will always be until we recruit police differently and take away the collective bargaining they enjoy through their FOP unions—which are progressive organizations. And before we do any of that, we need to put in jail a real criminal—someone at the top of the food chain—Hillary Clinton.
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