National Pro-Police Rally Being Ignored By Biased Media

A national rally in support of law enforcement is being scheduled for October 22nd which could bring out much of the public to stand in support of police officers across the nation. But could the news media be doing its best not to mention it? It's possible.

A national rally in support of law enforcement is being scheduled for October 22nd which could bring out much of the public to stand in support of police officers across the nation. But could the news media be doing its best not to mention it? It’s possible.

A national pro-police rally called Back The Badge which is scheduled for October 22nd is apparently being ignored by much of the lamestream media. The pro-police movement Rally For L.E. which is organizing the rally is seeing that much of the lamestream media silent about the event and the movement’s founder Nohl Rosen isn’t hiding how he feels about the issue.

“It’s not surprising that the news media in this country won’t mention that a pro-police rally is taking place as it isn’t popular and one can pretty clearly see they aren’t on the side of law enforcement.  I find it pretty shameful and despicable that they’ll happily let all of their audience know about a Black Lives Matter protest and race to cover it. However, when a rally is being held to support our law enforcement they’re less than willing to even mention it. It’s clear what side the media in this country is really on and it isn’t with police officers, but they sure have shown they have no problem supporting a thug that’s out to hurt or kill a cop. One can only wonder how much more biased they can get,” said Rosen.

He also mentioned that there’s a war on police in this country and feels it’s clear that the lamestream doesn’t want to mention it.

“Our police officers are being shot at and killed in this country and it’s very clear that war has been declared on law enforcement across the United States. It’s obvious that the lamestream media doesn’t want to mention it because that may be too truthful for them to hear so they don’t air it. Our cops are risking their lives to keep our community and they deserve our respect and support,” Rosen added.

For more information about Rally For L.E. and the upcoming Back The Badge rally visit the movement’s web site at www.rallyforle.com.

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