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Former Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Peggy Hubbard warned that America is about to step over the “thin blue line between chaos and order.
The Navy veteran and former police officer came to the defense of law enforcement in an emotional Facebook Live video shared this week, warning that the nation stands at the edge of coming chaos as officers who have been disrespected continue to abandon their posts.
Police Officers from across our country are walking off the job. Atlanta police officer are turning in their badges. We lose our law enforcement, America will fall….
Posted by Peggy Hubbard on Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Hubbard revealed that friends who are police officers in California, Florida and Georgia have confirmed that members of law enforcement are walking off the job following recent weeks of unrest and anti-police sentiment in some major cities.
Sharing how her husband, also a police officer, was shot twice at point-blank range by a Black Lives Matter protester in 2016 and survived, Hubbard called out the animosity leveled at those whose job it is to protect and serve their communities.
“They have been vilified, they have been attacked, they have been poisoned, they have been shot. They have been totally and utterly disrespected because of the few,” Hubbard, who lost the GOP primary bid in Illinois to challenge Sen. Dick Durbin, said.
She lamented her husband’s demeanor when he comes home from work, “looking defeated and broken,” and the fact that many officers are abandoning their dreams of being public servants, saying instead, ‘screw it, America,’ and it is no longer worth it.
‘Blue Flu’ hits terrified city: Atlanta cops refuse to work after DA charges officer with felony murder https://t.co/XYMMP2JdKA
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) June 18, 2020
“Now I’m hearing these police officers are walking off the job. Congratulations America. Congratulations Democratic Party. Congratulations you liberals,” she said, calling out Hollywood actors who have been supportive of the Black Lives Matter movement, as they live in gated communities with private security.
“See, they don’t have to live like us. The only protection I have is 911 and Smith & Wesson,” she said.
Hubbard slammed Rayshard Brooks, the man who was fatally shot by an Atlanta police officer last week after resisting arrest and running off with a taser which he aimed at the officers. She called out cases of animal cruelty on live television and racial attacks against white people for “no reason but for being white,” warning of the dangers ahead without a police force to protect citizens.
“My husband goes out there every single day and I pray to God he comes home every night, for very little pay and no respect,” she said, predicting a civil war in America if police lay down their badges and their guns in the face of liberal calls to remove them.
A former NYPD officer shared a disturbing video earlier this month that highlighted the amazing restraint of officers as one man berated them inches from their faces and threatened to kill them.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) June 9, 2020
“I’d like to see one of these jokers go out there and work a 12-hour shift for nothing,” Hubbard challenged.
“This is what the Democratic left wants. They want chaos. They want confusion,” she continued. “America is tearing itself apart because of the radical left.”
Hubbard listed off several cities where police have quit or are planning to.
“No politician will stand up and stand behind them, all but one – and that’s our president,” she added.
“We are going to lose our sh-t in America,” Hubbard said. “If that thin blue line breaks and leaves all of us behind, baby let me tell you we are going to be in a world of hurt.”
“The liberal left want this to happen and they want to blame one man for this,” she said, referring to President Trump. “You cannot blame a man who has only been in office for four years and your a–es have been in office for over 50.”
“I’m sorry to take up your time,” Hubbard concluded. “But my heart is hurting right now…it breaks my heart, and it should break yours, too.”
*The original headline briefly described Ms. Hubbard incorrectly as NYPD. It was in error.
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