Chicago Cops Protested Rahm Emanuel For Being 'Anti-Police' - Then This Happened

Nick Kangadis | May 24, 2018
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The Far-Left Socialists' campaign to disparage police reached a boiling point on Wednesday as Chicago cops protested the Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and his “anti-police” stance toward the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP).

It should come as no surprise that Obama-disciple Emanuel would pick up the mantel that former President Obama left after leaving the Oval Office.

The FOP protest against Emanuel was appropriately dubbed “Blue Wednesday.”

According to Fox News:

During the city’s regularly scheduled city council meeting Wednesday morning, ranking members of the police union read aloud a strongly worded statement against Emanuel in which the FOP alleges the mayor has “turned his back” on his police department by being more concerned with “pandering to police-hating media” and by allowing the American Civil Liberties Union to have a seat at the negotiating table[…]

The Fraternal Order of Police Chicago Lodge 7, which says it represents an estimated 15,000 active and retired members, recently sent out a notice to all of its members to attend Wednesday’s city council meeting to demand that “Mayor Rahm Emanuel back police.”

In a city that has seen its mayor convince some Chicagoans of the same “anti-police” rhetoric that Leftists love to trot out into an already divided society, a woman — who was either a counter-protester or simply a witch — spat on one of the FOP protesters in a show of true class.

Here’s video of the classless woman showing what it’s like being a “lady”:

What a pig! Her mother must be so proud.

A spokesperson for Emanuel’s office responded to the FOP’s gripes with the mayor by issuing a statement that almost proves that the Far-Left thinks division is a good thing.

“When you have people on either side of the police reform issue criticizing, it’s a sign we’re hitting it down the middle of the fairway as we continue to build trust between officers and residents, ensure oversight and accountability, and give officers the tools and training they need to be proactive in the crime fight,” the spokesperson said, according to Fox News.

Leave it to those in the Emanuel camp to to basically play the “nothing-to-see-here” game.

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