February 21, 2016
Haha. I’m not a Cajun but I grew up in South Louisiana, where a good fraction of the population is Cajun. Captain Clay Higgins represents a cultural type that does not tolerate crap from anybody. In the video below he says that his crusade against gangsters is not about race.
Of course it is. Look at the race of the gangsters. Captain Higgins would not have as much work ot do if America were a white country. He damn well ought to realize that.
A sheriff’s captain in Louisiana is going viral once again for calling out alleged gang members.
“If you raise your weapon to a man like me, we’ll return fire with superior fire. … I’ll meet you on solid ground anytime, anywhere, light or heavy, makes no difference to me. You won’t walk away,” Capt. Clay Higgins says in his latest video.
Capt. Clay Higgins is warning the Gremlins Gang, which, according to KATC, is accused of murder, theft and drug-related crimes. The captain tells the suspects they will be “hunted” and “trapped.”
Higgins goes on to describe the alleged gang members, who are all black men, as “animals.” Seemingly anticipating some racial blowback, Higgins goes on to say, “This is not about race; it’s about right versus wrong.” He also invited several black community leaders to appear in the video.
Higgins is known for this type of straight-talking video, even earning him the nickname the “Cajun John Wayne.” He quit a job as a businessman because he says he wasn’t feeling fulfilled until joining law enforcement.
“I went from a job making $140,000 a year to making $8 an hour as a cop,” he told CBS in 2015.
More info about Captain Higgins can be found at the Daily Mail.