Taking the moral high ground

Excerpts from report By Paul Huebl:

The Obama Administration sent out the Metropolitan DC police armed with guns, stun guns, clubs, tear gas and riot helmets to forcefully remove or arrest aging military veterans from their own monuments.

But when the veterans refused orders to disperse or to discontinue their dismantling park service barricades, the cops backed off and allowed the peaceful veteran protest to carry on.

Some will argue that the cops were outnumbered or afraid. I don’t buy that for a second. What happened was the officers recognized that their oath of office and duty was in conflict with the orders from the Whitehouse and acted accordingly.

Since DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier is a supreme Obama loyalist, we can expect heads will roll.

Now it will be incumbent upon Americans to defend and support every DC cop that refused unlawful commands to victimize our veterans under color of law.

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One response to “Taking the moral high ground

  1. I linked this to my Facebook and a gf posted this comment:

    My cousin has a friend on the force and says they were told if they called off sick or had “blue flu” they were subject to disciplinary action…. I think oblameverybody is scared of us…