During his appearance on “Fox & Friends Weekend” Sunday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani commented on Hillary Clinton’s recent decision not to seek the endorsement of the National Fraternal Order of Police, the nation’s largest police union.
“The Democratic Party has become an anti-law enforcement party. And this is the best demonstration of it,” Giuliani said of Clinton’s snub.
Clip via Fox News
“They are in a very large extent responsible for the atmosphere that’s been created in this country” for the increase in killings of law enforcement officers.
“It comes right from the top, it includes Hillary,” Giuliani said. “You don’t even go talk to and seek the endorsement of one of the major police unions in the country?”
He added the earlier report that the Democratic National Committee banned uniformed law enforcement officers from appearing at its national convention.
“It’s because they’re embarrassed of uniformed police officers,” Giuliani opined.
He also observed that Clinton had pronounced the six Baltimore police officers guilty in the Freddie Gray case before their trial.
After three defendant-officers were acquitted in separate trials, the prosecutor dropped prosecutions of the remaining three defendants.
“Where’s Hillary Clinton’s apology?” he asked.
“The Democratic Party, from Barack Obama down to Hillary Clinton, you name it, they are anti-police, anti-law enforcement,” the former mayor concluded.
“And it is creating a terrible atmosphere in this country that is very dangerous to police officers.”
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