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Weymouth Police Officer Michael Chesna’s wake and funeral has come and gone, but one of his fellow officers wrote a pretty powerful Facebook post we’d like to share with you all….
I love it when public servants aren’t afraid to speak out like this on social media. We’re living in a world where everyone is always gunning for your job if they disagree with you. Especially if you work in the public sector.
But everything he said was 1,000% true. Cops are not social workers, marriage counselors, or anything but agents of law enforcement. This is the only reason we pay them. But every time someone gets shot after not complying with orders from the police, SJWs whine about how the cops could’ve “deescalated” the situation.
This is what the anti-police mentality has done to a once happy and loving family….
Watching that funeral last week was painful. Seeing those images hurt man. It’s angering to think about the series of events that led up to this, and how avoidable it was, but the fact of the matter is that it happened. And now his widow and his two children’s lives are shattered. He won’t be able to walk his daughter down the aisle or see his son play baseball for the first time. Every day will suck a little bit less than the last, but the pain will never completely go away.
I don’t know how the cops carrying his casket did it. I’ve been a pallbearer for people I loved before. It’s so hard emotionally because you have to walk out carrying this person you loved, and you have to see the faces of everyone else in the congregation on your way out. That’s where it hits you man. It sucks, there’s no other way to describe it. The fact that the police carrying him were able to keep a straight face while doing that, considering how much this affects them personally, speaks to their professionalism.
Newsflash – the only person responsible for deescalating a volatile situation is the person who has escalated the situation in the first place. If a cop tells you to freeze then you freeze. If they tell you to put your hands up, you do that. If they tell you you’re under arrest, then you put your hands behind your back. If you have a problem with any of this, or you feel like what the police are doing to you is unlawful then you are in luck. Because we have a court system that has both civil and criminal components, and it allows you to address your grievances in front of a judge, with a lawyer present, if you have a problem with the way your arrest was handled. The police will even read you these rights when arresting you.
Whatever you do, do not attempt to treat a volatile situation like a court of law. Cops are not judges. They are there to arrest bad guys and you have to listen to them when they tell you to do shit. It’s not debate time or dindu nuffin time, it’s listening time. If you reach into your pockets when they tell you not to, or if you hit them, or hold rocks in a threatening manner, they should have the right to take necessary action to protect themselves.
Good for this officer for speaking out. It’s sad that it took the death of a fellow officer for him to do so, because there will be no punishment for posting something true like this, simply because it would be insensitive for him to be reprimanded. But if another cop in a department that wasn’t struck by tragedy posted something like this, they might be disciplined if some SJWs made enough noise about it. We have to continue to stand up to these people because they are on the side of evil and we are on the side of the righteous.