There is a word…

for this sort of thing:

Eyewitness News has learned that among the bikers on the Henry Hudson last weekend, were five off-duty NYPD officers.

Sources say at least two detectives witnessed the attack on Alexian Lien and did not directly intervene. And investigators are still working to determine what role, if any, was played by the other three officers.

What is clear, sources say, is that the men did not begin to come forward until late Wednesday, four full-days after the incident.

And you know what that is, right? It’s anarcho-tyranny, that’s what it is. Why?

Because we all know what would have happened if Mr. Lien had pulled out an AR-15 or a Glock with a few normal-capacity magazines to defend himself against the swarm of thugs. If he had done that, those cops would have sold him down the river before it was all said and done. And Michael Bloomberg would have been all over the TV lamenting it as “another senseless incident of gun violence that proves the need for stronger gun laws.”

It’s a real shame that such is partly funded by those of us who have bought guns from the likes of Remington and Kimber. Chalk up another really good reason for those companies to leave the state. Remington already makes all their ammunition down in Arkansas and their other plant is in Kentucky, both of which are much more hospitable to gun owners. I really do wonder how much more it’ll take. If the SAFE Act wasn’t the breaking point for them, it’s looking like this certainly should be.



2 Responses to “There is a word…”

  1. 3boxesofbs Says:

    But the police will protect us…………..

    Let that mentality really sink in for a minute.

    5 officers of the law apparently allowed:
    Violations of traffic laws,
    multiple attempts to force the SUV to stop
    A physical assault on the driver

    And apparently not only did they not attempt to stop it personally, it seems they failed to even call in for help from others to stop it.

    Which side are they on?

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