The leader of the pro-law enforcement movement Rally For L.E. has a few choice words for Barack Obama who suggested that Americans do some soul searching in regards to the riots in Baltimore.
“Obama needs to take his own advice and do some soul searching himself. Does he even have one? It’s the members of law enforcement that are getting attacked right now for doing their job and we should be standing by them instead of worrying about the well being of the criminals. Right now we have thugs calling for the killing of police officers nationwide and I don’t see Mr. Obama even addressing that or condemning such a message. Good people like myself will continue to defend the the thin blue line and I want law enforcement officers nationwide to know that we stand with them,” said Rally For L.E.s leader Nohl Rosen.
Rosen also has pressed for Baltimore’s mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to tender her resignation and have her replaced by someone that would stand by the police force.
“There’s a big difference between peaceful protesting and rioting. I wonder if Mayor Rawlings-Blake understands the difference. To tell the police or even suggest to them that they stand aside and give space to the rioters and agitators space to destroy the city is wrong. That isn’t the sign of a good leader at all. Rawlings-Blake is the mayor of a city and has a responsibility to help ensure the community is kept safe. She failed miserably and should resign,” Rosen added.
He also hopes that people nationwide will rally in support of law enforcement and that peace is brought back to the Baltimore area.