Monday, April 13, 2015

Hasn't Al Sharpton Heard of Waco?

“We can’t go from state to state, we’ve got to have national law to protect people."


Longbow said...

Quote from the linked piece: "Individually the federal agents involved were likely honorable and decent citizens."

BULLSHIT! Not one of those "honorable and decent citizens" has come forward and told the truth. Not one.

I'm sure they "meant well" while they were murdering eighty people.

Bad Cyborg said...

I'm sad to say it but I am convinced that such a thing is coming. Actually, in many ways it is already here. In most localities law enforcement already defers to any sort of FLEA without any consideration of that agent's actual jurisdiction. The public school system has been so successful in indoctrinating our children that federal authority is supreme that few LEOs or other elements of the "justice" system would think of NOT deferring to anyone from the federal government. For most such an act would be starkly inconceivable. In many ways, what Sharpton is calling for is already an accomplished fact. At the very least it is present in embryonic form and needs only formal legislation to make it a legal reality. I very much doubt that most would balk were a bill introduced to formally create a national police force and integrate all existing state and local law enforcement agencies into the new entity. I also very much doubt that the media would air any dissent aside from castigating such dissenters as extreme right-wing wackos.

Does anybody really disagree with me on this?

Carl Stevenson said...

Sharp ton is suck a racist, corrupt, anti-American POS. Anyone who believes anything he says Ina's proven that they are less intelligent than the average moron.

Anonymous said...

"Individually the federal agents involved were likely honorable and decent citizens."

Certainly not the ones who ran the ATF flag up the flag pole over the still smoldering ruins of the Mt Carmel compound and then "hi-fived" each other over the remains of 80+ American citizens.

Anonymous said...

Maybe not. But I bet he remembers Tawana Brawley!