TX Police Chief Lashes Out At 'Cop Haters' [Video]

I'll always respect our men and women in blue! Whether you love'em or hate'em they'll protect you!

Note to liberals... I hope my placing men before women in that first sentence triggers you.

So it's no wonder that now and again someone wants to call out the "haters", and I totally encourage this. It surely is not an easy job and then made more difficult by all these crybaby protesters screaming some false narrative of "injustice". But not all officers are perfect. They can't be, they're only human. But by and large they do their jobs while getting figuratively spat on by the Liberal Left.

So have it at Mr William McManus! I'll back on you these words, too!

Give our law enforcement officers a shout out in the comments below! And tell us a time where they truly helped you. Let's begin to build OUR OWN NARRATIVE and tell them how much they mean to us all.

As Written By Sergio Martínez-Beltrán for My SA:

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said Saturday he was angry at those who hate and do not back the police force.

McManus and other SAPD officers met with members of the South Side Saturday morning as part of a monthly event called "Coffee with the Cops."

McManus, visibly upset, said he was angry at those who hate the police.

"I'm angry at the police haters, I'm sick of the police haters," McManus said. "We protect them. We defend them. And they give us a big F U. And I'm sick of it."

His comments come a day after officer Miguel Moreno died at Brooke Army Medical center from wounds received in a shootout with man with an extensive criminal history.......


SAPD Chief William McManus: 'I'm angry at the police haters' - San Antonio Express-News

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