People are Receptive to Two Delaware Police Officers Holding “Free Hugs” Signs

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Police brutality is real. If you can’t see that, you’re being willfully ignorant. Every single day cops are the subject of truly brutal attacks that cause many of them to lose their lives.

    Democrats have nobody to blame but themselves.

    This month alone we saw Officer Brian Moore lose his life after being shot in the head in New York, while two officers were ambushed and murdered in cold blood in Hattiesburg, MS.

    The Left has started the War on Police, and it’s not a cause they will win. What these ignorant people attempt to do is smear the good character of an officer so that he or she comes off as racist, rather than supporting our men and women in blue for merely doing their jobs to protect our communities.

    It’s a fact that way more whites are put down by policemen than blacks. Though, if you’re associated with the lying liberal machine, you’d never know.

    Most news outlets like to claim that any minority death by the hand of an officer is the result of no other reason than racial prejudice, and because of commentators like Marc Lamont Hill, Al Sharpton, Rachel Maddow, Chris Matthews and anyone else at MSDNC MSNBC, this lie becomes associated with fact.

    133 police officers were killed in the line of duty in 2014, while 45 have already met their untimely demise this year.

    That’s not news to the Left, but I digress.

    Here’s a fun little article about two officers offering free hugs to pedestrians on the street…

    From The Blaze:

    A pair of Delaware police officers were recently dispatched for a special assignment: walk down streets with signs reading, “Free Hugs #HugACop.”

    Newark Police Department Officers James Spadola and Aaron Olicker were a conspicuous sight in the town that’s home to the University of Delaware — and for the most part, didn’t need to coax too much:

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