Sunday, February 19, 2017

UC Berkeley Cops Ask for Help in Identifying Rioters

Hat tip Daily Californian

                             University of California Berkeley Potted Plants

Here's a fine how-do-you-do. The UC Berkeley campus cops, who were ordered to stand down while rioters destroyed property to the tune of $100,000 and beat several innocent people whose only crime was being present to see the February 1 Milo Yiannopoulos event, are now asking the public to help them identify the very people who they refused to arrest in the act.

I guess they'll start with Professor Robert Reich. He has a good idea who they were. He said the next night on CNN that they were "right-wingers" (according to rumors he heard-an odd statement coming from a professor). That's the biggest lie since "Polish soldiers" attacked that German radio station at Gleiwitz setting off WW II in 1939.

Here's my suggestion: When you see rioters attacking and beating up people, it's time to wade in. That's basic law enforcement training. You don't stand by and watch people being beaten. You intervene.It's not like they were outnumbered and outgunned by ISIS that night. They could have put a stop to that. They were ordered to stand down and act like potted plants. Now they are asking the public to identify the perps.

Piss poor law enforcement and piss poor university management.

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