Brilliant Politically Incorrect Cartoon Shows What We’re All Thinking Today
This cartoon simply depicts what we are all feeling. Come on! Tell me you haven’t wanted to haul off and smack the crap out of Barack Obama. I know I have… for years. It’s a brilliant depiction of just how angry America is over Marxist politics and policies. More to the point, in one devastatingly astute cartoon, you see how Americans feel when it comes to blaming the police for every black death out there – or the death of virtually any criminal at all. The whole Black Lives Matter Movement is orchestrated and marches arm in arm with the Nation of Islam and the New Black Panthers. While it is correct that part of the agenda wants to split us along racial lines, another part of that same agenda wants local police departments nationalized. It’s subversive and communist in nature. If racism accomplishes their goals, then it is a handy tool that employs useful idiots to do the bidding of Marxists. So, who’s up for slapping now?
From The Federalist Papers Project:
Police shootings and other tales of alleged police abuse (e.g., Eric Garner) dominate the news these days. You can hardly open a newspaper or turn on a television set without seeing protesters, rioters and looters, along with earnest talking heads debating the issue. Why is this? Why has violence on the part of policemen become the story du jour?
One possible answer is that police violence is a terrible problem that presumably has been with us for quite a while, but is just now coming to light. Some respectable commentators support this view. Reason, for example, links to KilledByPolice.net and concludes that “more than 1,000 people have been killed by police in 2014.” KilledByPolice.net is an interesting, bare bones database that collects stories about fatal incidents involving law enforcement from a wide variety of sources.
But it isn’t really a shock that, in a country of 320 million, there are a perceptible number of fatal encounters with policemen. If you follow the links on the KilledByPolice site, it is immediately obvious that in the overwhelming majority of cases, no possible blame can be attached to the officers in question. Most often the person they shoot is a criminal, and they shoot the criminal because the criminal fired first. The second most common fatal incident is commonly referred to as “suicide by cop.” This happens often, and one can argue that better means of dealing with would-be suicides could be developed. But this is not the issue that consumes our news shows. (A digression: an astonishing number of people commit suicide by standing in front of trains. No one blames the railroads for this.)
I haven’t attempted an exhaustive analysis of the cases linked at KilledByPolice, but if you spend some time reviewing the linked stories, I think you will conclude, as I did, that the percentage of cases in which police officers could reasonably be blamed is very small–somewhere between 1 and 5 percent. So maybe there are somewhere between 10 and 50 cases a year where a serious claim could be made that improper police conduct–not just homicide, but any sort of questionable judgment–resulted in a fatality. (From what we know so far, I would say that the Freddie Gray case is probably one of them.) Is this enough to explain the current obsession with the police?
I don’t think so. To draw a simple comparison, every year something like 390 children, most of them younger than five years old, drown in swimming pools. If our news media were to take on swimming pool safety as a cause, and give every one of these drownings–more than one per day–front page, above the fold coverage, and if our television talking heads were to devote a large portion of their time to debating swimming pool safety and the ins and outs of each individual drowning, many people would no doubt be convinced that we are living in the midst of a swimming pool crisis. That crisis would be an order of magnitude greater than the police abuse scandal, and a large majority of the victims would be small children, not the sketchy characters that police officers so often encounter.
It is indeed a very small number of cases where someone is shot and killed and the police are at fault. But you wouldn’t know that by listening to the corrupt media, would you? They are nothing more than propagandists for our Marxist government and they are despicable. This whole crisis of unarmed, innocent, pure-as-the-driven-snow black criminals who are shot and killed by evil police officers, is the ultimate lie and setup that blames heroes for taking out criminals. Somewhere behind it all you will find the likes of George Soros, the DOJ and Barack Obama. Another detail of this cartoon is the depiction of Obama as a stone throwing thug. Which he is. Here’s an idea… let the police do their jobs and keep them privatized. Instead, let’s get someone like Trump or Cruz to really slap Obama around. Now that would be funny.