Trump Endorses Police Brutality, Cops Cheer

In Speech to Cops Trump Encourages Police Brutality and Warns if He 'Doesn't Win Your 2nd Amendment Is Gone'

During a speech in front of law enforcement officers on Long Island, Trump seemed to promote the idea that police brutality was actually a positive trait and said officers didn't have to be "too nice" when dealing with crime suspects.

Trump also apparently condoned violence on the campaign trail, telling supporters at a rally in Iowa that he would pay their legal bills if they attacked protesters, later commenting on a protester who was forcibly removed from a Trump rally in Las Vegas, said: "He's walking out with big high-fives [from the other protesters], smiling, laughing", Trump said.

He also said that there was no need for police to use their hands to protect the heads of individuals under arrest as they were put into cars.

Police departments across the country are hitting back at President Donald Trump after a "joke" he made about roughing up suspects.

"The NYPD's training and policies relating to the use of force only allow for measures that are reasonable and necessary under any circumstances, including the arrest and transportation of prisoners", commissioner James O'Neill said in a statement.

"To suggest that police officers apply any standard in the use of force other than what is reasonable and necessary is irresponsible, unprofessional and sends the wrong message to law enforcement as well as the public". Like, don't hit their head and they've just killed somebody, don't hit their head. Yesterday (July 28), while speaking to a room full of cops in Brentwood, Long Island, La Naranja encourage police brutality.

The Huffington Post was one of the first news outlets to begin the all too predictable attacks on the president. "We're changing those laws". "As a department, we do not and will not tolerate 'rough [ing]' up prisoners". Violations of those rules are treated extremely seriously.

"We are working diligently in Baltimore to build relationships of trust and respect between our police officers and the community", Pugh spokesman Anthony McCarthy said.

In a statement on Saturday, the NY police commissioner, James P. O'Neill, said the department's training and policies about the use of force "only allow for measures that are reasonable and necessary under any circumstances, including the arrest and transportation of prisoners".

Goff added that Trump's Friday remarks were unsafe because it would make even bystanders less likely to report violent crimes for fear of violent treatment from police.

"President Trump's speech today was shameful, dangerous, and damages the progress our City has made toward improving police-community relations".

His comments encouraging violence did not go down well with the people they were directed at.

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.

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