Glenn Beck Announces He’ll Do ‘Something That the President Should’ve Done’ for Law Enforcement

Glenn Beck Announces He’ll Do ‘Something That the President Should’ve Done’ for Law Enforcement

There has been an epidemic of anti-police hatred swelling around the country, and it’s manifested into violence against police officers. Obama has done next to nothing to acknowledge this, so Glenn Beck is stepping up to do what the president should have done.

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This from the Houston sheriffs office.Tomorrow on radio we are announcing something that the president should have…

Posted by Glenn Beck on Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Glenn Beck turned to Facebook Wednesday night to announce that he would be calling for individuals around the country to gather Friday and pray for law enforcement.

“Tomorrow on radio we are announcing something that the president should have done. I know I am a nobody but someone has to do it,” Beck wrote. “I am calling for a national day of prayer on Friday at 12 noon eastern I would like to ask that where ever you are you gather with like minded people and you pray for our nation and all those who protect and serve.”

Beck said that he would post a prayer people can use on his website by 9 a.m. ET Thursday.

“I would also like to ask that all churches open their doors on Friday morning and call the believers in for prayer. Our protectors are under attack and it is open season on those that wear a uniform,” he wrote.

Beck’s call for prayer comes just days after a Texas deputy was shot several times and killed while pumping gas into his cruiser. The deputy’s funeral is scheduled to take place Friday. Gov. Greg Abbott requested officers from around the state flash their blue and red lights for one minute the moment it begins.

Of course, it’s ludicrous to assume that Obama would do anything to acknowledge the senseless deaths of police officers. After all, he’s been helping to foster a climate of anti-police rage.

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