What has to happen before police officers stand up for a ‘brother of the badge’? If you’re a policeman and feel this harsh treatment was just a passing slip and will never be repeated, and the incident can be forgotten – – – you are WRONG.
In fact, whether true or not, we and millions of others would agree with the comments. What is not true? Afterall, Obama’s actions ARE un-American. Afterall, isn’t he a mulatto, half white? What’s ‘racial’ about that? Besides, no one can deny Obama’s actions have been communistic. But, then again this is NY and can be expected, but not spill over to other states.
Aren’t public officials supposed to be able to toss off criticisms as just part of the job. Perhaps Obama is feeling so fragile and tenuous in his job that sparing his bones, ‘words can hurt him’. We’ll never know. Remember, you respect the office of President, but you need not have respect or allegiance for the Occupier …CV..Ed
December 17, 2013 8:12 PM
|A boy surfs Facebook|
PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The Westchester County village of Pleasantville has placed a police officer on administrative leave, after he was allegedly caught making a racist rant — reportedly about President Barack Obama — on Facebook.
In a statement, Pleasantville police Chief Richard D. Love reported that the officer had been placed on leave and relieved of his duties following the alleged rant, which was posted using an alias.
“Such statements are totally unacceptable and will not be tolerated,” Love said.
Love said the department has launched an investigation that could result in disciplinary proceedings against the officer and ultimately his dismissal from the force.
The statement did not identify the officer or provide further details about the Facebook post. But a report in the Journal News said the rant included racial slurs and called Obama “un-American.”
“The fact that (Obama) is still alive bewilders me. Go die in shallow grave you Muslim commie,” the Journal News reported the Facebook post said.
The Facebook account was deleted Tuesday morning, and had only been visible to the reported officer’s Facebook friends, the newspaper reported.