Texas Police Chief ‘Sick of Cop Hater’ After Cop is Killed

There is no doubt that Barack Obama fueled a war on law enforcement personnel. He often sided with radical and racial activists over law enforcement officers and even blamed cops before evidence exonerated them. Thankfully, Obama is gone, but the atmosphere of cop hating still exists, especially among black Americans and Hispanics. Not only do they feel empowered to refuse to comply with law enforcement, but some more radical activist intentionally target police, and San Antonio Police Chief is angry and sick over it.

The day after one of his police officers died from injuries he sustained in a shootout, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said he was “angry” at all the hostility directed toward cops.

“I’m angry at the police haters, I’m sick of the police haters,” McManus said. “We protect them. We defend them. And they give us a big F U. And I’m sick of it.”

His comments were made Saturday during a monthly meeting with the community, the San Antonio Express-News reported. They came following the death of Police Office Miguel Moreno, who was shot while investigating a vehicle break-in…

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Activists get angry when police seem on edge or approach someone with their weapon drawn, but in this case, Officer Morena was just questioning two men about a vehicle breaking, but the men were not suspects, when one of them pulled out a gun and shot Moreno in the head. A second officer was also shot but is expected to recover. The shooter shot himself after he shot both officers. Is it any wonder that cops aren’t more on edge these days?




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