July 22, 2019
Even though he’s spewing a lot of gibberish about how great the sickening kikes are, Donald Trump is inspiring Americans to stand up to the invading filth, and fight for their rights to be WHITE.
But you can’t go full wignat and start calling for politicians to be shot. Doing that under your real name is always going to completely destroy your life, and doing it under a pseudonym will bring the cops to your house (Facebook will give them your IP).
Doing it as a cop, well… we’re going to see what kind of problems that causes. Probably a lot, I would think.
A Louisiana police officer is facing criticism over a comment he made last week suggesting Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., be shot.
The officer, Charlie Rispoli, a 14-year veteran of the Gretna, Louisiana, police force, called Ocasio-Cortez a “vile idiot” who “needs a round, and I don’t mean the kind she used to serve,” referring to her past job as a bartender, according to a screenshot posted by nola.com. According to the New Orleans-based news outlet, his comment was a reaction to a fake quote attributed to the congresswoman claiming that “we pay soldiers too much.” Both his post and Facebook account have since been taken down.
Gretna’s police chief, Arthur Lawson, told nola.com he found the post “disturbing,” adding, “This will not go unchecked.”
“I’m not going to take this lightly and this will be dealt with on our end,” he told the outlet. “It’s not something we want someone that’s affiliated with our department to make these types of statements. That’s not going to happen.”
He said that while he did not think the post constituted an actual threat, it was likely a violation of his department’s social media policy.
A spokesman for Ocasio-Cortez declined a request to comment from NBC News.
The episode comes amid a week of backlash over comments President Donald Trump made that Ocasio-Cortez and three other freshmen congresswomen of color should “go back” to where they “originally came from” rather than criticize his administration. All four lawmakers are U.S. citizens and three of them, including Ocasio-Cortez, were born in the U.S.
Yeah, Facebook has ruined so many people’s lives. People just don’t understand that they’re speaking to the entire world, not just the guys at the bar. This is mostly because Facebook is designed to make stupid people who don’t know anything about the internet feel at home.
I feel bad.
This guy is going to get fired.
At least in Louisiana he’ll be able to get another job. I would hope.