Take A Look At What Cops Deal With Everyday

Take a look and see for yourself at what cops have to deal with, every single day when they put on their uniform and go to work…not pretty…is it ?  During the entire presidency of Barack Hussein Obama, all we have heard coming from the White House, Al Sharpton , CAIR, Black Lives Matter and every hate-group in the country for the last 8 years, is how brutal and RACIST police officers are.

According to the race-hating group #BlackLivesMatter, police officers across the country, are SPECIFICALLY targeting young black men and “assassinating” them…simply because they’re “black”. NOTHING could be further from the truth. Last year during the Superbowl, we saw Beyonce “salute” the racist terror organization, “The Black Panthers” during half-time.

 But this video isn’t about “black”, or “white”…it’s about “blue” and in particular, the CRAP, that police officers all over this nation have to deal with on a DAILY BASIS. If you think being a police officer is an easy job…then you live under a rock. These brave young men & women (of ALL races), go out every single day and risk their lives to protect and serve the public.
The majority of them when leaving their house in the morning, kiss their wives and children goodbye. And in some cases…for the LAST time. This video comes to us from the Tampa Police Department and it clearly shows, what these people deal with, every single day of their professional lives.

So the next time you see a police officer…THANK him (or HER), for the underpaid, selfless job that they do every day. Yes, “black lives matter”, white lives matter…ALL LIVES MATTER…especially BLUE LIVES.







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