Here’s what the pins that Sheriff Clarke wears actually mean

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@TxGrandpa2 wrote:

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You believe but have posted no proof...


Then why don't you do some checking to see if I'm correct? 


You made the assertions - according to GUIDELINES, it's up to you to "Cite your sources".

Do your checking for you?   No way.  

Quote the section in GUIDELINES that says I must do checking because you say I should.

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You believe but have posted no proof...


Then why don't you do some checking to see if I'm correct? 

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@TxGrandpa2 wrote:

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he's a sheriff - not a Chief of Police.

 


 


Whatever, he is still able to designate his uniform since he is head of the department.

 

I believe there have been references to those pins in the media, including the Washington Post and New York Times.  And you need to look up 'stolen valor'.


You believe but have posted no proof...

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@alferdpacker wrote:


he's a sheriff - not a Chief of Police.

 


 


Whatever, he is still able to designate his uniform since he is head of the department.

 

I believe there have been references to those pins in the media, including the Washington Post and New York Times.  And you need to look up 'stolen valor'.

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   According to Donald supporters  if anyone discusses a Republican who happens to be an African American in a negative light - aka wearing nonsense medals - that is "racism".    No, that is pointing out the lack of respect that someone who has a position of power / authority by wearing "medals" that are an embarrassment to the profession to which they are using to make claims of superiority.

 



Of course  Nothing is "of course" without a supporting link proving it.

GUIDELINES says "Cite your sources"

isn't it reported that Clarke says he is a Democrat, albeit with conservative leanings?

If that's so provide a link to verify that.

And who has said that those emblems on his uniform is 'medals'?  Further as Chief of Police isn't he the one who designates what is worn on his uniform?

 

Nothing said about his being a veteran and wearing military medals.  Of course isn't 'stolen valor' against federal law?

 

Many many rhetorical questions that have every appearance of obfuscation.

BTW - he's a sheriff - not a Chief of Police.

 


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One hate filled poster even went so far as to question the black man's hair color after changing it in his or her mind.

 

What is this world coming to......?????


Orange is used to denote a frame of mind, not hair color. Isn't referring to someone as a hate filled poster a personal attack?


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@rk9152 wrote:

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@j872659t wrote:

‘Orange scum that needs to be eradicated form our (political) communities’


 


OH MAN!!!!! Another racist topic attacking a black man with snideness like, "Looks like he removed his "I am the KING' pin from Burger King.  At least they're cheaper than body armor".

 

One hate filled poster even went so far as to question the black man's hair color after changing it in his or her mind.

 

What is this world coming to......?????


We shall assiduously and enthusiastically labor tirelessly to continue to please and delight as many supporters of cheetolini the unfit as possible...


You're calling a black man "cheetolini"???

 

Oh MAN!!!! The racism grows and grows.


No, dearie - was referring to trump - known worldwide as "the orange orifice" - "cheetolini the unfit" - "putin's bleep boy" - "melania's much dumber and less rational half"...

 

As Joe Bob Briggs has often said, "I'm really surprised I have to keep explaining this stuff to you,"

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@afisher wrote:

   According to Donald supporters  if anyone discusses a Republican who happens to be an African American in a negative light - aka wearing nonsense medals - that is "racism".    No, that is pointing out the lack of respect that someone who has a position of power / authority by wearing "medals" that are an embarrassment to the profession to which they are using to make claims of superiority.

 



Of course isn't it reported that Clarke says he is a Democrat, albeit with conservative leanings?  And who has said that those emblems on his uniform is 'medals'?  Further as Chief of Police isn't he the one who designates what is worn on his uniform?

 

Nothing said about his being a veteran and wearing military medals.  Of course isn't 'stolen valor' against federal law?

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@alferdpacker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@j872659t wrote:

‘Orange scum that needs to be eradicated form our (political) communities’


 


OH MAN!!!!! Another racist topic attacking a black man with snideness like, "Looks like he removed his "I am the KING' pin from Burger King.  At least they're cheaper than body armor".

 

One hate filled poster even went so far as to question the black man's hair color after changing it in his or her mind.

 

What is this world coming to......?????


We shall assiduously and enthusiastically labor tirelessly to continue to please and delight as many supporters of cheetolini the unfit as possible...


You're calling a black man "cheetolini"???

 

Oh MAN!!!! The racism grows and grows.

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   According to Donald supporters  if anyone discusses a Republican who happens to be an African American in a negative light - aka wearing nonsense medals - that is "racism".    No, that is pointing out the lack of respect that someone who has a position of power / authority by wearing "medals" that are an embarrassment to the profession to which they are using to make claims of superiority.

 

     Should a Veteran wear un-earned medals or battle ribbons?   Would you condemn that person?   

 

      As a Veteran, I proudly wear the medals that I earned and was awarded by the US Navy.    People who feel it necessary to burnish their public appearance with real or faux medals are shameful...and I don't give a hoot if they are African American, Hispanics, Asian Americans or Anglo's - I as most veterans  would view those faux medal wearer's as disrespecting all of those who served in the military and earned said medals/ awards.  

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