The Left and their police hatred

by John Ruberry | August 17th, 2014

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The Left and their police hatred

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By John Ruberry

In regards to police, I learned as a child one basic les­son: do what they say and obey the law. But dur­ing my child­hood in the late 1960s is when the anti-​cop move­ment began. Some of that bias is under­stand­able, given the overt racism of such police lead­ers as Birm­ing­ham, Alabama’s “Bull” Con­nor. In 1968, Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley’s police clubbed and tear gassed anti-​war pro­test­ers on live TV as the Demo­c­ra­tic National Con­ven­tion was being held a few miles away. The pro­test­ers dis­ci­ples of Gandhi, they tossed rocks, boul­ders, and bags of feces mixed with urine at the cops.

The may­hem helped elect Richard M. Nixon president.

Polls con­ducted after the DNC deter­mined that most Amer­i­cans favored Daley’s clam­p­down on the pro­test­ers, but Chicago’s Boss, a Demo­c­rat, was hated by the what was then called the New Left until his death in office eight years later.

But the New Left is now the Left and it makes up the bulk of the con­tem­po­rary Demo­c­ra­tic Party.

Details are still sketchy on the death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown ear­lier this month in Fer­gu­son, Mis­souri. It appears he did not obey the law – it’s believed Brown stole $48 worth of cig­ars in a stron­garm rob­bery and he may have rushed the police before a police offi­cer fatally wounded him. Brown prob­a­bly didn’t prop­erly respond to what the Fer­gu­son cops told him to do.

The unwor­thy suc­ces­sors of Mar­tin Luther King’s civil rights move­ment, left­ist race hus­tlers Jesse Jack­son and Al Sharp­ton, uti­lize the police as a straw man enemy to obscure some painful facts. The great major­ity of blacks mur­dered are killed by other blacks. Most blacks are who are robbed are robbed by other blacks. The drug deal­ers in African-​American neigh­bor­hoods are almost exclu­sively black.

[cap­tion id=“attachment_57890” align=“alignright” width=“300”]F*ck the Police rally in Chicago, 2012 F*ck the Police rally in Chicago, 2012[/caption]

So no one should be sur­prised that within just a few hours of Brown’s death, some Fer­gu­son res­i­dents were chant­ing, “Kill the police!” As I write this post, Jack­son and Sharp­ton are in Ferguson.

Two years ago I went under­cover and walked in an Occupy Chicago-​affiliated “F*ck the Police” rally.

America’s first black pres­i­dent, Barack Obama, betrayed his anti-​police bias when, bereft of most of the facts, he declared that the police acted “stu­pidly” when a Mass­a­chu­setts cop arrested a Har­vard pro­fes­sor when it appeared he was break­ing into a home five years ago, which turned out to be his own. Charges were dropped against Gates, and the jus­ti­fi­able back­lash led Obama to call his bias-​slip “a teach­able moment.”

Police offi­cers put their lives on the line every day they arrive at work.

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Forty-​one years ear­lier, Obama’s friend and unre­pen­tant ter­ror­ist Bill Ayers was arrested at one of the anti-​war protests dur­ing the Demo­c­ra­tic National Convention.

It’s the left-​wing cir­cle of life.

Yeah, I know there are a few bad police offi­cers who abuse their power, as there are in all pro­fes­sions. But life is much eas­ier when you lis­ten to cops.

John Ruberry reg­u­larly blogs at Marathon Pun­dit.

Jesse Jackson

Jesse Jackson at an Occupy Chicago rally

By John Ruberry

In regards to police, I learned as a child one basic lesson: do what they say and obey the law. But during my childhood in the late 1960s is when the anti-cop movement began. Some of that bias is understandable, given the overt racism of such police leaders as Birmingham, Alabama’s “Bull” Connor. In 1968, Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley’s police clubbed and tear gassed anti-war protesters on live TV as the Democratic National Convention was being held a few miles away. The protesters disciples of Gandhi, they tossed rocks, boulders, and bags of feces mixed with urine at the cops.

The mayhem helped elect Richard M. Nixon president.

Polls  conducted after the DNC determined that most Americans favored Daley’s clampdown on the protesters, but Chicago’s Boss, a Democrat, was hated by the what was then called the New Left until his death in office eight years later.

But the New Left is now the Left and it makes up the bulk of the contemporary Democratic Party.

Details are still sketchy on the death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown earlier this month in Ferguson, Missouri. It appears he did not obey the law–it’s believed Brown stole $48 worth of cigars in a strongarm robbery and he may have rushed the police before a police officer fatally wounded him. Brown probably didn’t properly respond  to what the Ferguson cops told him to do.

The unworthy successors of Martin Luther King’s civil rights movement, leftist race hustlers Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, utilize the police as a straw man enemy to obscure some painful facts. The great majority of blacks murdered are killed by other blacks. Most blacks are who are robbed are robbed by other blacks. The drug dealers in African-American neighborhoods are almost exclusively black.

F*ck the Police rally in Chicago, 2012

F*ck the Police rally in Chicago, 2012

So no one should be surprised that within just a few hours of Brown’s death, some Ferguson residents were chanting, “Kill the police!” As I write this post, Jackson and Sharpton are in Ferguson.

Two years ago I went undercover and walked in an Occupy Chicago-affiliated “F*ck the Police” rally.

America’s first black president, Barack Obama, betrayed his anti-police bias when, bereft of most of the facts, he declared that the police acted “stupidly” when a Massachusetts cop arrested a Harvard professor when it appeared he was breaking into a home five years ago, which turned out to be his own. Charges were dropped against Gates, and the  justifiable backlash led Obama to call his bias-slip “a teachable moment.”

Police officers put their lives on the line every day they arrive at work.

John "Lee" Ruberry

John “Lee” Ruberry

Forty-one years earlier, Obama’s friend and unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers was arrested at one of the anti-war protests during the Democratic National Convention.

It’s the left-wing circle of life.

Yeah, I know there are a few bad police officers who abuse their power, as there are in all professions. But life is much easier when you listen to cops.

John Ruberry regularly blogs at Marathon Pundit.

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