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Webster Police Chief Michael Shaw Appeases Protesters By Lying Down Next To I Can’t Breathe Sign With Hands Behind Back


Webster Police Chief Michael Shaw, who has been the head of law enforcement in the town for just over a year, spoke at a black lives matter protest today and decided to do this in order to please the crowd.

This is the most disgusted I’ve been in quite some time. The chief law enforcement officer in town debasing himself by lying down with his hands behind his back next to an “I can’t breathe” sign while two African-American men stand guard over him. What does this accomplish? How does this improve police-community relations? If you are forced to emasculate yourself in order to appease a mob then perhaps that mob isn’t worth appeasing.

Five years ago two Webster cops were shot at by a career criminal armed with a shotgun, and one of the officers was injured. This virtue signaling hack just spit in their faces by doing this. You’re a cop. You are the law. You don’t have to humiliate yourself like this. Everyone is embarrassed for you. I have cops everywhere sending me this picture right now and thanking God they don’t work for such a coward. Willie Gross would literally die before he ever lowered himself to doing something like this. Your officers I’m sure saw this and are disgusted. Resign now.


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