Head Of National Sheriffs’ Association Issues Severe Warning To Obama… “If You Don’t, We Will…”

Head Of National Sheriffs’ Association Issues Severe Warning To Obama… “If You Don’t, We Will…”

The head of the National Sheriffs’ Association is calling out Barack Obama and his administration due to their silence on law enforcement officers being murdered and the escalation of violence against them.

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Laramie County, Wyoming, Sheriff Danny Glick, president of the NSA, told reporters at the Southwest Border Sheriffs’ Coalition meeting that, “Across the country we are seeing a lot of violence directed at law enforcement and quite frankly what we don’t see is this [Obama] administration stepping up front of it and saying enough is enough.”

“This is a time to be vocal- stand in unison and say this is unacceptable. Send a message to Washington DC and say if you don’t have time to do it we will do it at the local level and show you how it’s done.”

“We try and identify general issues that cross all boundaries,” he said. “I think this is vital enough, we are having law enforcement–people that live in these communities, grow up (in them) their kids go to the same schools, be assassinated and yet this admin can’t take the time to make this a priority announcement and let it stand on its own rather than dilute it with something else.” Glick added, “That’s unacceptable.”

“This is law enforcement. This is our community’s people that are being killed because of these acts and we can’t get a condemnation from the President of the United States! It is sad,”Glick said. (H/T Breitbart)

Black Lives Matter and many other anti-law enforcement scumbags are making their voices heard and it is our duty as Americans that support LAW ENFORCEMENT to have OUR voices heard as well. (HT Americas Freedom Fighters)

 


 

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