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First kids as props, now cops

Obama met with chiefs of police in towns that had mass shootings to make it look like cops support gun control. Oddly, this guy wasn’t one of the attendees. Or these cops. The list goes on.

7 Responses to “First kids as props, now cops”

  1. TigerStripe Says:

    The Milkwaukee County Sheriff was on FNC as well. Good on him!

    TS

  2. Jake Says:

    No one from Blacksburg, VA or Virginia Tech, either. It’s like he’s only meeting with chiefs he knows will support his agenda, or something.

  3. Frank Says:

    I doubt the’ll actually do it. Few of them (if any) protested the ban of 1994, and they want me to believe that they’ll uphold the constitution now?
    It’s all theater.

  4. snoopycomputer Says:

    Is there a complete list of the sheriffs who have stated they will not comply with new 2nd amendment infringements anywhere?
    Sounds like a good counter to MAIG.
    “Sheriffs For Legaly Armed Citizens”?

  5. Mike Says:

    In the run-up to the O-Care brouhaha, the Prez brought in a whole bunch of doctors to serve as backdrop. In fact, I distinctly remember that WH staffers passed out white lab coats to the attending doctors, so they could look “official”.

    Bread and circuses, folks. Sadly, as in the waning days of the Roman Empire, it works with the sheep.

  6. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    “…part of his administration’s push to address gun violence”

    They just keep regurgitating the talking points. This offends me, and every time I read something like this, it solidifies my rejection of their agenda. How can we get John Q Public to start noticing these little buttnuggets and understanding what they really mean?

  7. Rivrdog Says:

    …or Sheriff Roberts of Clackamas County, Oregon, either.

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