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The Sutton Police posted this tribute to murdered Weymouth Police Officer Michael Chesna yesterday…..
I like it a lot. I like it because it puts the ridiculous Kaepernick Nike ad into perspective. Michael Chesna is dead because of people like Colin Kaepernick. It’s because of the anti-police culture that black lives matter has fostered that Chesna chose NOT to shoot the “unarmed” person of color who ended up knocking him unconscious with a rock, and then murdered him with his own service weapon. Make no doubt about it – if Chesna had killed that maggot Colin Kaepernick and his followers would’ve wanted Chesna’s head. If he had made the choice that his children deserved to have a father more than this maggot had a right to a taxpayer funded life in prison, he would be the next Darren Wilson.
Michael Chesna believed in something – law and order.
He sacrificed everything – his career, his life, and his family.
This was obviously a reaction to the ridiculousness of suggesting that a man being paid millions of dollars to sell shoes because he knelt during a song, has given up anything.
This was a reaction to the ridiculousness of suggesting that a man who has never held a press conference on what he stands for, never used his stage at the Super Bowl to speak out about his cause, and wore a t-shirt celebrating an oppressive dictator, believed in something.
Every time NFL players take a knee they are spitting in the faces of police officers. Every time NFL players take a knee they are following the lead of a man who wore pig socks to practice.
Nothing says Buy Nike like a hasbeen wearing cops are pigs socks pic.twitter.com/XvEEvtPrEJ
— Vince Klock (@VinceKlock) September 4, 2018
They are following the lead of a man who donated $25,000 to a charity named after cop killer Assata Shakur, who broke out of jail and is now in exile in Cuba, a country Kaepernick seems to think is better than the United States. A man who still has this tweet up calling ALL police officers modern day slave catchers.
A system that perpetually condones the killing of people, without consequence, doesn't need to be revised, it needs to be dismantled! pic.twitter.com/BVVPVZIQyD
— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) June 16, 2017
So yes, the police should be outraged about this, and they should be allowed to use their platforms to honor REAL heroes who have sacrificed REAL things. Like their lives.
This whiny SJW insisted on being the turd in the punch bowl though….
“Is your message that you don’t care about police brutality or injustices done in the name of the law.”
No. Their message is clearly that Michael Chesna sacrificed everything. Literally everything. Meanwhile, you’re over in Sutton, a nearly all white community that you have CHOSEN to live in (presumably because you don’t like living amongst black people who you pretend to care about), clutching your pearls about how dismayed you are that they’ve chosen to commemorate this hero in the same way Nike is honoring a millionaire who took a knee during a song.
Wearing pig socks to practice, and calling cops slave catchers isn’t “bringing light to police brutality.” It’s shitting on the institution of the police.
Nevertheless the SPD were polite and professional with pathetic troll….
No moron. The only thing they’re portraying is that Michael Chesna sacrificed everything. Because he did. If Nike gets to honor who they consider to be heroes, then why shouldn’t the SPD be able to do the same to honor one of theirs?
Then she railed on about “innocent humans”
People like Michael Brown. Who were only trying to assault police officers and take their guns before being unjustly killed.
She also says that she doesn’t want to see Chesna’s death reduced to a meme:
Oh yea, she would never try to politicize a tragedy:
Other people also said dumb things….
And now for the stupidest comment of them all…..
So let me get this straight. A police officer was found GUILTY of killing an unarmed child. So…..then what the hell are they protesting? Isn’t this EXALTY WHAT THEY WANT??? Cops being held responsible for criminal behavior? The level of stupidity in some people never ceases to amaze just me. All you can do is laugh at them and combat them with facts.
It’s just amazing that Nike makes an overtly political ad campaign that honor a man who donates money to cop killers, and they get applauded for it. Then the cops post a picture honoring a man who died in the lined of duty, and somehow this is political. Insane.