No cases, no problems.
“1-0, your move.”
"Lifelong confirmed bachelor" is the preferred term.
Just like a certain former SecDef.
Both black residents of Coeur d'Alene stayed home.
Yes, in the same sense that shovels and wheelbarrows built America.
Should be X Ah Cute Ed.
I had to do it.
Or unless the President of the United States calls out the militia.
"...every able-bodied man..."
The precedent has already been set many times.
1958: Ike uses 82nd Airborne to forcibly desegregate schools in Little Rock
1967: Johnson sends the 101st Airborne to put down the Detroit riots
1992: Bush 1 sends Marines from Pendleton to LA, but they arrived too late to take part in the Rodney King Riots.
All enabled by the Insurrection Act of 1807.
George Freakin' Washington, while serving as President, personally led a 13,000 man army to suppress the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794.
I believe the posting was concernining use-of-force situations, not community policing and public rerlations.
They certainly do have a different approach to police work.
Joe Arpaio, Dave Clark - both Sheriffs.
Ike used the 82nd Airborne to forcibly desegrgate schools in Little Rock.
Serious question: In other big riots (Rodney King, MLK, Long Hot Summer of '67) I don't recall seeing all these police cars being destroyed. During the current insurrection, it seems like it's SOP for the cops to park their cars in straight lines in unsecure places and not post a guard. Philly was particularly egregious. As a result, I've seen many videos of cop cars burning and trashed. WTF? Are the cops TRYING to have thier equipment destroyed?
And what about the Antifa in Seattle who "liberated" a CAR-15 from a cop car and then surrendered it to a private military contractor at gunpoint? Do the cops not even secure their weapons when not in use?
To go along with the video of the extremely high-end Bellevue Mall being looted and torched with nary a cop in sight.
He serves at the "pleasure" of the Mayor/City Council, and is doing their bidding without a doubt.
Not a County Sheriff, a municipal Chief of Police. Sheriff is usually an elected position, and is thus more responsive to the will of the voters. Police chiefs are appointed by the Mayor/City Council of wherever, and they dance cheerfully on their puppet strings for their sweet, sweet salary, pension, and benefits.
Sheriffs are USUALLY less pozzed.
And these are their successors coming up the pipeline:
Today's cops are more about making catchy public service videos. (This is not a parody. These people are actually drawing wages, pension points, and benefits for their efforts.)
Riot control, though -- not so much.
Where's the rest of the paisans in that neighborhood? That camera"man" should be sucking his meals through a straw right about now.
Should have dragged that fat fart by the hair.
This is a "color revolution", exactly like the ones in Ukraine and the Arab Spring. Those were CIA programs. Draw your own conclusions.
Tet failed militarily, but succeeded politically because the cucks of that day in politics and the media clutched their pearls and fainted.