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The police commissioner of the Philadelphia Police Department sent out an email to all personnel commemorating the anniversary of Saint George Floyd’s death, which occurred on May 25, 2020.

So far, the commissioner has not sent out an email commemorating anniversaries of Philadelphia police officers killed in the line of duty. Nor do I expect to ever see one. For the record, the meat of the email is pasted below.

Today marks one-year since George Floyd’s death and I encourage you to take this time to think about the many changes that have occurred in society and law enforcement. For some of us, George Floyd’s death on May 25, 2020 seems like a long time ago, but for some, this still feels near.

Maybe to his family and those in Minneapolis, but how does this effect anyone in Philadelphia?

As police officers, we witnessed the tension, angst, and unrest that many members of our communities experienced as a result of George Floyd’s death.

Yes we did, and while the city was burning, the commissioner was hiding in her office.

While I obviously don’t condone the violent or destructive behavior that came out of the unrest, the outcries against state-sanctioned brutality and systemic injustice should not be ignored. They are very real.

The commissioner doesn’t condone the violent behavior; she just ordered officers to stand down while the thugs were setting fire to the city.

As law enforcement officers, our actions represent the government – and as an arm of the government, it is our duty to uphold the law and be impartial in its application. When we behave in a just and balanced way, our communities perceive that the government is fair and trustworthy…

I assume the commissioner’s idea of upholding the law is supporting the Soros-appointed DA’s decision to not charge anyone – ANYONE – who participated in last summer’s riots.

Danielle M. Outlaw
Police Commissioner

We all anxiously await another email celebrating the anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s death.

We’ve Got Riots!

Hat Tip: Sean Walsh, Philadelphia Inquirer

So last night was fun. Philadelphia, a second-class city, welcomed George Soros’ professional protesters to our town. Most of the city’s uniformed officers were sent to Center City with their riot gear, and endured a rather hellish evening. Two of my detectives were detailed down there as well to help process the multitude of arrests. Many officers were injured and a few police vehicles were destroyed.

The rioters were the usual suspects; some Philly residents looking to loot some free stuff, leftist white women who believe they’re part of Black Lives Matter, and thugs who just want to watch the world burn. They chanted, they vandalized, they threw things at police, and they even blew up a police vehicle

A Pennsylvania State police vehicle caught fire at the intersection of Broad and Vine Streets Saturday as tensions rose between demonstrators and police.

It didn’t “catch fire,” you leftist hack. It was burned by your riotous buddies.

I wonder why Soros’ protesters would set a Pennsylvania State Police cruiser on fire? Oh wait, maybe because Philadelphia’s jackass Mayor Jim “I’ll Have Another Drink” Kenney effectively gave the rioters carte blanche

A day before a planned demonstration outside City Hall over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Mayor Jim Kenney on Friday vowed that police will treat the protesters with respect, and said he was hopeful the city will avoid the destruction seen in some demonstrations elsewhere.

My sister was working at a downtown hospital while the carnage was going on, and a private ambulance driver told her, “They just wanna be heard because peaceful protests don’t work.” Hey jackass, the main cop responsible for George Floyd’s death was already arrested and charged with murder! What the f**K else do you want?

We’re being told the riots may continue for a few days, so work should be more exciting than usual. I hate this city and I really don’t like this job, but I’ll be brutally honest; I couldn’t care less if the residents or Soros’ thugs burn the entire city down.

Oh, by the way, if you’re a “brave protester,” remove your mask and be proud of what you’re doing. If you’re one of those protesters who covers your face, you are nothing more than a pussy. Own it.