If you know a cop, you know a hero.
And today, heroes are getting fired for a new kind of bravery: telling the truth about black crime and black on white racial hostility.
They already have enough to do: George Orwell famously said “We sleep soundly in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.”
In Salt Lake City, it is going to take a crowbar to remove the police department t-shirts from the backs of two grateful 20-something sisters who were recently attacked and stabbed by a black intruder. A cop rushed in and killed the predator as he tensed to thrust his knife into one of the sisters. Again. Probably for the final time.
There is a lot of that going around. Both the violence and the heroism.
But at least two cops around the country are now heroes for another reason: they told the truth. And they were fired for it.
The first hero is Lori Lavorato, the former spokeswoman for the police in Des Moines, Iowa. A few years ago, at the Iowa State Fair, large groups of black people created havoc and violence in and out of the fair for three nights.
In their wake, they left a fractured skull, dozens of black on white assaults, property destruction, defiance, and two hospitalized cops. All at, yes, the Iowa State Fair.
When reporters wanted to know why all the black people were violently attacking white people, Lavorato told it the way it was: “In the police report it states that a group of black males and females were out at the fair yelling ‘it’s beat whitey night’.
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