Scroll down for video

Perhaps the above headline should read “much to do about nothing” than perhaps America can get to the serious business of saving our Republic, rather than another knit-picking politically correct intrusion on yet another insignificant act.

This one involving a few officers in San Antonia, Texas donning a “Make America Great Again” baseball cap while on duty, although perhaps not the smartest thing to do, in light of the politically motivated anti-police frenzy currently gripping America, in that any show of support, or any appearance of impropriety, is enough to perhaps instigate another round of violence.

The incident involved police officers who were part of a motorcade detail for the Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump, assigned to escort the presidential candidate to and from the San Antonio International Airport, and apparently violated police policy by wearing the Trump baseball cap, that was given as a gift to the police officers, as a “thank you” gift for their service.

Appearing on the Fox Business Network, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke joined in with his take on the incident saying: "It’s customary after a candidate leaves or the President visits that the candidate or the president shakes hands with the officers; that’s a high risk job those motorcades,” he said. “It’s something that’s just symbolic; it’s not that big a deal. I think it’s nitpicking. But I’ll tell you this as well… if those cops would’ve been wearing Black Lives Matter baseball caps or tee-shirts, these same people complaining or this whole outrage, wouldn’t have had a problem with it.”

And perhaps there in a nutshell lies the issue, in that all across the country critical thinking Americans are witnessing our schools, and our institutions becoming feeding grounds of misinformation where “so called educators” don tee-shirts emblazoned with “Black Lives Matter” insignia and where propaganda is more valued than simple historical facts.

Moreover that didn’t stop Mayor Ivy Taylor from adding her two cents of political correct dribble stating: "I am deeply disappointed by some of our SAPD officers' lack of judgment, while on duty, police must be above politics with an obligation to serve everyone equally. Everything they do should send that message and today's actions did not."


Facebook Comment
JOIN U.S. HERALD Subscribe for FREE today and find out what's REALLY happening in America!

Send this to a friend