You won’t believe what Joe Biden just said about dead police

The Democrat Party has declared war on cops.

Joe Biden has taken these attacks on the police too far.

And you won’t believe what Joe Biden just said about dead police.

On Saturday, Joe Biden put out a statement declaring that this was “Police Week” in honor of Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 15, where the nation honors law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.

In Biden’s statement he attacked police for destroying trust in minority communities by killing black men.

Biden’s statement read:

This year, we also recognize that in many of our communities, especially Black and brown communities, there is a deep sense of distrust towards law enforcement; a distrust that has been exacerbated by the recent deaths of several Black and brown people at the hands of law enforcement. These deaths have resulted in a profound fear, trauma, pain, and exhaustion for many Black and brown Americans, and the resulting breakdown in trust between law enforcement and the communities they have sworn to protect and serve ultimately makes officers’ jobs harder and more dangerous as well.

In order to rebuild that trust, our State, local, and Federal Government and law enforcement agencies must protect constitutional rights, ensure accountability for misconduct, and embrace policing that reflects community values and ensures community safety. These approaches benefit those who wear the badge and those who count on their protection.

Police officers are not racist killers.

But Biden and the entire Democrat Party has bought into the lie that America is a systemically racist nation whose institutions are designed to oppress black Americans.

The Left holds the police up as the face of American racism because it’s one of the few institutions not under the Left’s control.

And Joe Biden is so committed to this smear campaign that he will use a day honoring fallen police officers to lie about them being bigots and murderers.

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