Jacob Frey, The Pride Of Minneapolis

The leftist, Trump-hating mayor of Minneapolis released an order this week stating the city’s police officers could not attend today’s President Trump rally in uniform.

Minneapolis police officers pushed back after Democratic Mayor Jacob Frey implemented a new policy banning police officers from wearing their uniforms to political events. Their specially-designed red “Cops for Trump” t-shirts were selling out as fast as they could print them.

According to Lt. Bob Kroll, president of the Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis, the new policy was implemented just after Frey learned that President Donald Trump was planning to hold a rally in his city.

Good for the officers! I’d like to believe this douche would not be reelected, but it’s Minneapolis, the garbage town who voted in the rabidly anti-Semitic, brother-marrying Ilhan Omar.

Frey had responded to the Trump team’s planned rally with a statement, saying, “Under ordinary circumstances, it would be an honor to welcome a sitting President of the United States to Minneapolis and to showcase all our city has to offer on the national stage. But these aren’t ordinary circumstances. Since taking office President Trump’s actions have been reprehensible and his rhetoric has made it clear that he does not value the perspectives or rights of Minneapolis’ diverse communities.”

Yeah, Trump’s a monster, what with the booming economy and low unemployment. I’m sure no one in Minneapolis is benefiting from his policies, right Jake? Just stay in your safe space until the bad orange man is finished speaking.

5 thoughts on “Jacob Frey, The Pride Of Minneapolis

  1. I love that the Trump t-shirts are selling out. I am concerned about how blue the country is turning. Hoping Trump isn’t the last GOP president elected.


    1. Wyatt, I must confess I have always had a thing for the law enforcement guys. The guy I was engaged to in college went on to become SAC for the Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation and two of my very good friends’ husband currently work for the Scott County Sheriffs Dept. I think it started when my dad was on city council and taught us to respect them and that they were always there to help us and protect us if need be.


  2. Ronni – Same here. Parents told me to never disrespect a police officer, even if he’s in the wrong. Muttering afterward if the officer is wrong is perfectly acceptable. 🙂

    Doc – Agreed. He’s a 180-degree turn from Obama.


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