A note of support left on the windshield of a police car in Utah offers a glimmer of hope that average folks see through the political motivated “police brutality” narrative currently playing out in the media.
The message is signed by the “Christensen family,” who tell the officer “don’t let the media get u (sic) down.”
The Cottonwood Heights Police Department took advantage of the opportunity to share the heartwarming note that was left on a marked patrol car by posting an image of it on Twitter.
This note was left on the windshield of a marked CHPD patrol car. Thank you! pic.twitter.com/jhoGJgJ30a
— CH Police (@CHPolice) January 3, 2015
The tweet led one social media user to contrast the show of support with the message coming from the White House, as seen on Twitter:
— Jack (@Jack_Urban) January 3, 2015
— CAC8438 (@CAC8438) January 3, 2015
But the tweet also prompted well wishers to add to the grateful sentiments of the Christensen family, as seen here:
@CHPolice What a great thing thing they did.There are a lot of people that feel the same way. Media focuses on small not whole.
— Juanita Estrada (@Juanita_Estrada) January 4, 2015
— Laurie F (@sargef1) January 4, 2015
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) January 3, 2015
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