On Friday, the Yarmouth, MA Police Department did something they rarely do. They got political.
It was damn well needed.
Last week, Senator Elizabeth Warren – the same Senator who fraudulently declared herself a Native American for money and votes – said that every police officer is racist.
“The American criminal justice system is racist… front to back.”
This, brothers and sisters, is why we can’t have nice things.
As the National Spokesman for Law Enforcement Today, I’ve had the privilege and honor of meeting tens of thousands of law enforcement officers.
In our Behind the Uniforms series, I’ve been blessed to honor hundreds more.
Those officers were women and men. Black and white and everything in between.
They don’t see color. They see good and evil. And they hold that thin blue line.
It’s pretty easy to see which side of that line Elizabeth Warren stands on. Law? No, illegals. Order? No, chaos and disruption. Those who serve and protect? No, those who she believes will vote for her – legally or not.
It’s time to remove Warren and her kind from office. This November isn’t about Republican vs. Democrats. It’s about right vs. wrong… good vs. evil… law and order vs. anarchy.
Here’s the post from Yarmouth PD, unedited:
“Chief’s Response To Senator Warren”
Good afternoon, last week, Senator Elizabeth Warren stated “The American criminal justice system is racist … front to back.” This statement is an insult to the hard working men and women of the Yarmouth Police Department as well as other Local, State and Federal Law Enforcement Agencies who are part of the criminal justice system. Additionally there are many District Attorneys, Judges, Probation Officers, Parole Officers and other parts of the system that she slapped in the face.
It is more bothersome that a short time ago Sen. Warren made some efforts to pay respects to Sgt. Sean Gannon and Sgt. Michael Chesna who lost their lives while protecting us all. Sen. Warren’s recent statement tarnished us all and dimished the sincerty of her condolence efforts. I now cannot trust her actions or words are real. I have a lot of repect for those who serve in elected positions even though we may disagree at times, however statements like this are disrespectful and divisive. In spite of what Sen. Warren said, the Yarmouth Police Department will continue to serve ALL people with dignity and fairness.
Chief Frank G. Fredrerickson
Below is a letter sent to Senator Warren by the Massachusetts Chief of Police Association Chief President Steven J. Wojnar
August 7, 2018
The Honorable Elizabeth Warren
United States Senate
317 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
Dear Senator Warren,
As President of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, I felt compelled to write you and ask for clarification of your recent comments. An article that appeared in The Worcester Telegram and Gazette from August 4, 2018 was entitled “Elizabeth Warren: Criminal Justice System “racist” front to back.”
http://www.telegram.com/…/elizabeth-warren-criminal-justice… . While at a Congressional Black Caucus event at Dillard University in New Orleans, you are quoted as saying, “the hard truth about our criminal justice system: It’s racist…I mean front to back.”
As a police chief in your home state of Massachusetts, as well as the statewide association representative, I am extremely troubled by this statement. Labeling the entire criminal justice profession as “racist” spreads false and damaging information about our members. We feel we do a very good job in Massachusetts of producing professional and community oriented police officers. These men and women, from a variety of backgrounds, provide dedicated service to their respective communities under difficult and highly scrutinized circumstances each day. As leaders, we are always concerned about having our officers conduct themselves professionally and fairly when dealing with the public. When our elected officials make generalized and inflammatory statements about our entire profession, without any information to back their position, it creates further hostility toward our officers and can damage the positive relationships with our residents that we have worked long and hard to establish.
From the outside, it appears your statement was strategically placed to gather support for your position. As you may know, this is troubling to the law enforcement professionals in the state you represent. In recent months, we have seen the murder of two officers in Yarmouth and Weymouth. In only the last two weeks, two officers were shot in Falmouth. All of these officers were simply doing their jobs when they encountered dangerous individuals. The outpouring of community support for these officers and their departments would appear to be contrary to your position. On each occasion mentioned above, the respective chiefs were contacted by their elected local, state, and federal officials. They were offered any support necessary. I am sure the discussion about the profession being racist was never brought up during these times. Why is it appropriate now? At bare minimum, we are requesting an explanation for your comments. As law enforcement professionals, as well as your constituents, that is deserved. I gladly offer you the opportunity to discuss anything with us that you feel appropriate. We always remain open to a conversation. Should you wish to do so, please feel free to contact me.
Thank you for the time and attention.
Chief Steven J. Wojnar
Dudley Police Department
President, Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association
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