We’ve seen police hide in the Conductor’s Cab of an NYC subway car and watch the the window while a serial killer with an APB stabbed a passenger.

We watched how an entire Sheriff’s Department set up a perimeter around a school shooter rather than engage.

We watched how a few hundred cops stood around in a school hallway and listened to children scream rather than engage and active shooter.

Then we watched how a cop mag dumped in a golden retriever with a wagging tail that was running away from him, in a quiet suburban neighborhood, in front of a bunch of children.

The common thread is that all these officers wanted to go home safe at the end of their shift.

That’s it. Collect a paycheck and go home at clock-out time.

Fine, but there are a lot of jobs where that can be done. But nine of them are jobs that ostensibly protect and serve the community.

There us no Thin Blue Line.

There are just people with qualified immunity who want to go home safe at the end of their shift.

This is the new flag of American law enforcement.

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By J. Kb

3 thoughts on “My replacement for the Thin Blue Line flag”
  1. I never thought “to Protect and Serve” meant anything but serving the powers that be.

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