Otis, Yarmouth, And A Bunch Of Cape Cop, South Shore, And Martha’s Vineyard Police Departments Are Doing High 5 Fridays Out Of Spite Because Someone Has To Stand Up To SJW Bully Mobs
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Last month we broke this national news story about the Northampton Police canceling high 5 Friday at local elementary schools because a small group of whiny SJW’s lied and said their children were triggered by the presence of cops in schools. But since then it appears as if police departments from all over the state are now starting their own high five Fridays out of spite, and I love it. The first town is the Western MA, Mass Pike drive through town of Otis:
Now starting this Friday it appears as if cops from all over the south shore, the Cape, and the islands will be doing the same:
Love it!! At least there are some police chiefs who still have sack, unlike Chief Kasper in Northampton who gutlessly caved to a few unreasonable malcontents.
Not the first time the Yarmouth PD has led the charge against SJWs and taken an actual stand against the anti-police nudniks who have been dictating policy for far too long. They called out the Cape Cod Times for this stupid cartoon just days after cops were assassinated in Baton Rouge and Dallas:
So I hope police chiefs from all over are taking notice. You don’t have to be a PC toolbag who gets pushed around by short haired, hyphenated last name professional victims.
Granted, in most of these towns there aren’t gonna be a lot of young children of color who will be traumatized by the presence of the police. That’s why we need more urban communities to start doing this too. Worcester, Brockton, Boston, Lowell, Springfield, Holyoke, Lawrence, Fall River, New Bedford, Providence – these cities should all start doing it too. This is where resentment of the police is highest. This is where relationships need to be improved the most. Do police chiefs like Steve Sargent have it in them to implement something like this? They should be doing what’s best for the community, not what appeases a bunch of perpetually whiny troglodytes.
The bottom line is high five Fridays are a great example of community policing. We want kids to trust the cops and look to them as people, instead of the monsters that the media tries to paint them as. This helps achieve that, and anyone who has a problem with it is actively trying to make relations between the community and the police worse off.
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