If you weren’t aware of John Wiley Price’s disturbing history with law enforcement, most law-abiding citizens would be upset by his opposition to a resolution honoring murdered police officers, moreover outraged at his suggestion that somehow police officers deserve being targeted for assassination.

However knowing this character’s history towards police officers, then his statement shouldn’t be at all that surprising; “I think it’s interesting in this country how you again try to frame the narrative with regards to other people who’ve lost their life at the hands of law enforcement,” Price said. “No life is more important than any other life.”

Price who’s the current Dallas County Commissioner raised eyebrows Wednesday when a largely ceremonial vote honoring murdered police officers became a point of contention, when Price argued that law enforcement should not be honored, stating: “unjust police violence’ was the cause of the terrorist attacks against law enforcement.”

Sheriff Lupe Valdez countered that officers killed in the line of duty deserve to be honored and respected for their service.

“It’s not that they died because everybody dies. It’s how they died,” she said. “We need to continue as people in blue to make a difference so that both sides, both of us hurt when somebody dies — it’s not officers go home safely, it’s let’s all go home safely.”

When asked to apologize for his insult to the police community, Price was defiant and arrogant in his reply:

“Not in this lifetime,” he said. “The last time I checked, my God had all lives matter. That’s what I said, and that’s what I stick with.”

However it’s important to understand what motivates someone like Price to publicly dishonor police officers, and perhaps his background gives us a much clearer understanding of this character, in that Price has a long and sordid history of corruption and ethic violations, dating back many years.

He was also under FBI investigation for stealing over $1-million and went to trial, which ended in April. The jury was deadlocked in the decision

Obviously, Price’s background with law enforcement in all probably was the reason behind his opposition in honoring those brave individuals who wear the uniform, Price like Maxine Waters and a number of other ethically challenged politicians know how to game the system…however, there’s always a next time.

Do you think Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price should be removed from office?

Source: Blue Lives Matter, Fox 4

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