This Video Of Police Officers Handling A Black Protester Explains Exactly Why Police Are So Furious With The Media [VIDEO]

I don’t blame the cops for being ticked off after the way the media has treated them. It’s a full on war on police out there… not only from the gangs and the terrorists… you’ve got factions from both sides of the political aisle and the media after them. I’d be touchy and sick of it too. Especially at the memorial for a fallen officer where some thug decides to disrespect a hero and profanely antagonize those who are there out of love, respect and solidarity. The media breathlessly followed the cops hoping they would get into an altercation with the black protester. When the cops did their jobs as they always do, the media lost interest and turned away. One cop had enough and confronted them on it. Good for him.

From The Daily Caller:

A Washington D.C. police memorial service for fallen officers took a major turn Monday when a black man with a microphone helped expose exactly why police are so frustrated with the media.

During the 36th annual Washington Area Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service, the man toting two megaphones rode by on a bicycle shouting expletives and disrupting the ceremony.

He was yelling “God bless” and told the crowd to put their “hands in the air” to receive a “fucking blessing.” His shouts became increasingly more obscene.

Several police officers went after the man and were followed by reporters. Once the officers had stopped the man, one officer became irate with the media filming the spectacle.

“You don’t want to get a shot of that, sir?” officer Brett Parson said. “You don’t want to catch the police doing something right?”

NBC4 Washington reporter Tom Sherwood can be seen in the video apparently instructing his camera man to stop recording before Parson storms away.

“I’m not mad,” Parson tells Sherwood as Sherwood followed him and repeatedly called his name apologetically.

The Daily Caller News Foundation caught up with Parson after his comments to ask him about his frustration with media coverage of police violence.

Parson said he wanted the media “to show the officers doing the right thing” but that they are only interested in police using force.

“Are you going to report that the DC police did an excellent job getting a protester out of here?” Parson told TheDCNF. “Is that going to be your headline? Of course not. It wouldn’t be.”

Sherwood told TheDCNF that he knows Parson personally and that there are no hard feelings.

D.C. Park Police Captain Mike Libby, who attended the ceremony but was not involved in the incident, told TheDCNF false media narratives encourage things like the Baltimore riots.

“You can see it over and over where instead of the truth getting out, people put speculation out before we know the truth,” he told TheDCNF. “Probably some reporters, some news agencies go out of their way to try to be fair. Then there are plenty who are in it for the money, trying to sell a newspaper, sell a story, or there’s people who have an agenda of some sort or the other.”

I think most of America is sick of these blatant attacks against cops – those who put their lives on the line to protect the rest of our sorry asses. It’s blatant manipulation by the government and organizing forces to empower the move towards nationalization of our police forces. The cops see it coming and they also know that with each passing day, the likelihood of more and more of them being killed for a political and racist agenda grows exponentially. The headlines don’t reflect any of that. But they’ll cover the likes of a race monger such as Al Sharpton or those such as Mosbry who arrest cops without due process to grandstand for a mob. Racists and Progressives are ginning up anger in the streets, but they should remember that anger is contagious and I think the police have just about had enough of this crap.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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