What is the Tunnel Wall?

.........................A timely collection of conservative articles about liberal influences on politics and culture in America ......................



Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Todd Starnes makes a salient point:
. . . "People have to find a more socially acceptable way to deal with their frustration, their anger and resentment," he said. "We cannot have the social upheaval - the chaos that we saw (Saturday) night that frightens good, law-abiding people in those neighborhoods."
"Sheriff Clarke is a good man who is not afraid to speak the truth - no matter how politically incorrect it may be. And he's absolutely right -- we must have law and order.
"One of the protesters said they want economic opportunities.  Well - they can start by not burning down the economic opportunities they already have.
All below thanks to Weasel Zippers:

Baltimore Residents Beg Police To Protect Their Neighborhoods  "The actual law abiding residents aren’t falling for the BLM nonsense."  Apparently Colin Kaepernick has made no comment on this.

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"As Justice Department civil rights lawyers held a meeting to talk about overhauling the Baltimore police department, another group of Baltimore residents gathered to beg the police to fix the crime in their neighborhoods."  Daily Caller.
One group is the Obama administration, the desperate, pleading group is private citizens trying to live their lives.



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"They, the ‘victims’ of police ‘brutality’ are angels. Let’s leave off any facts in this fairy story."   Via Daily Mail:
While performing a medley of songs from her hit album, Lemonade, the pop megastar was surrounded by backup dancers dressed as angels.
However, as red lights flooded the stage, each of the ‘angels’ was shot down during the performance, which viewers said was a representation of police brutality.

"Greta's "Off the Record" comment: NJ Transit Officer Victor Ortiz's act of bravery in pulling a man out of the path of train showed how selfless police can be in a dangerous job."

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