Cops Cheer As Trump Suggests Officers Use More Violence

Cops Cheer As Trump Suggests Officers Use More Violence

Cops Cheer As Trump Suggests Officers Use More Violence

In the ideal world, such a statement would be unwarranted, but the SCPD was responding to Trump's speech earlier in the day, during which POTUS told a bunch of cops in Brentwood, NY to "please not be too nice" to suspects they've arrested.

"Like when you guys put somebody in the auto and you're protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over, like, don't hit their head and they've just killed somebody, don't hit their head, I said, 'You can take the hand away, OK?'" the president said.

Trump's provocations of law enforcement also must be viewed with this in mind: Trump's Department of Justice is charged with enforcing a sweeping consent decree with huge reforms for the city's police department after a federal investigation launched following Gray's death revealed patterns of discriminatory and unconstitutional policing.

Trump made the remarks on Friday during his visit to Suffolk County، New York، where he highlighted his administration's efforts to crack down on illegal immigration and violent crime. One part of Mr. Trump's message, in particular, is causing a Social Media meltdown; the president talks about the kid gloves approach to arresting risky criminals.

Law and order speeches aren't very popular with the left, as you can imagine.

Mr. Trump even had words of advice to law enforcement on how to handle these arrests. But she says they didn't take her seriously.

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While the rejection of Trump's endorsement of police brutality is commendable, the fact remains that the police cheered when Trump praised police brutality. "And we're backing you 100 percent". U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions traveled to El Salvador on Thursday to talk about gang violence.

Trump's comments about the treatment of people in police custody resurrected memories of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old Baltimore man who was shackled but alive when he was put into a Baltimore police van in April 2015.

Trump's speech was criticized by Professor Karen Pita Loor of Boston University School of Law who told LawNewz.com: "I'm not sure that's what his supporters meant by a law-and-order president".

"Police can not treat every community like an invading army, and encouraging violence by police is irresponsible and reprehensible", he said.

All but a few of those charged in the deaths were citizens of El Salvador or Honduras who entered the USA illegally, according to law enforcement officials.

Following President Trump's applause line about roughing up more prisoners, during a speech delivered to Long Island police yesterday, the Suffolk County Police Department and other police organizations are attempting to distance themselves from the presidential call for more police brutality.

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