I Sense . . . Butthurt


Compare and contrast this:

Police turn their backs on Mayor de Blasio during funeral for fallen NYPD cop

Hundreds of police officers outside the Queens, N.Y. church Saturday where the funeral of Officer Rafael Ramos was being held turned their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio as he eulogized the fallen officer who was ambushed last week along with his partner.

De Blasio’s remarks were being shown on large TV monitors outside the Christ Tabernacle Church. Police union officials have accused the mayor of fostering a climate of mistrust that contributed to the killings of Officer Ramos and his partner.

More than 25,000 police officers from across the country assembled in winter sunshine to pay final respects to Ramos, a seven-year veteran of the NYPD. The long sea of blue stretched more than six city blocks.

with this:

You remember that time that Mayor de Blasio asked the protesters standing for Eric Garner and Mike Brown to stand down until after the officers’ funerals out of respect for the families?

Evidently Pat Lynch and his crowd doesn’t have the same respect for those slain officers and their families, because this picture is what happened at Officer Rafael Ramos’ funeral.

Again, I need to remind everyone that Lynch is stoking up the bitterness because a contract is being negotiated right now. Don’t imagine for a moment that this is some form of sincere outrage over the mayor instructing his children to obey police.

and this:

And let’s remember what is so particularly ugly about this- this is motivated as much by the desire to not reform and to maintain the current institutional racism as it is the current contract talks and union elections.

Fuck Patrick Lynch and his goons.

and this:

When Police Benevolent Association chief Patrick Lynch said New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has the blood of two dead cops on his hands, he was issuing a physical threat to both the person of the mayor and the civil authority to which the police are subordinate and sworn to protect. In a nation under the rule of law, such a statement by a representative of an armed and enflamed constabulary – 35,000-strong, the equivalent of three light infantry divisions – would trigger an immediate defensive response from the State, to guard against mutiny. But, of course, no such thing happened.
When Lynch’s PBA declared, in a prepared statement, that “we have, for the first time in a number of years, become a ‘wartime’ police department” and “will act accordingly,” that constituted an instruction to union members to impose a martial law-type policing regime on the city – with no authorization other than the weapons they carry. Sounds very much like a coup.


The cops threaten mutiny if the State does not stick up for the men and women who do its dirty work. PBA honcho Patrick Lynch denounced “those that incited violence on the street under the guise of protests that tried to tear down what New York City police officers did everyday. We tried to warn, ‘It must not go on. It cannot be tolerated.’”

To which the protesters answer: the police killings and the criminalization of a whole people must not go on and cannot be tolerated.

The movement has come to a critical juncture, a moment that would have arrived even if Ismaaiyl Brinsley had not made his own fatal decision. It was always inevitable that the cops would at some point demand that the State dispense with civil liberties pretenses and allow them to crush the nascent movement. New York City’s police force – by far the nation’s largest army of domestic occupation – is especially prone to mutiny and coup-plotting. Thousands of cops, many of them drunk, stormed City Hall in 1992 to express their utter contempt for Black mayor David Dinkins. But, the current crisis is far different, because it is the movement’s show, not the cops’. The people are exposing the most acute contradictions of American life through direct confrontation with the armed enforcers of the State. The cops are supposed to be upset. As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. explained, “the purpose of direct action is to create a situation so crisis-packed that it will inevitably open the door to negotiation.” The crisis is here, and will grow deeper, but freedom is non-negotiable. The movement must win or be crushed.

and these:

I thought Leftists liked unions??

Let’s get this straight – what the cops did was not a mutiny, a coup, or disrespectful to Officer Ramos and his family. Hundreds of police officers outside the church where the memorial was being held quietly turned their backs when Mayor Bill de Blasio got up and spoke.

That’s it. People inside the church were unaware of what happened although most of them were probably expecting a quiet protest.

This would be hilarious if it wasn’t so tragic. The Left has lost its mind. They’re barking at the moon now.


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100 Responses to I Sense . . . Butthurt

  1. Lulu says:

    This is the Vile Prog playbook and it has been used to great effect by Obama in his entire career. Demean, defame, dehumanize. Pick a target and make them the other. Fascists and other authoritarians use it too as history as shown. This is pretty small potatoes compared to the dehumanization of entire geographical regions, races, age demographics, industries, religions, SEXES!!, economic sectors, etc by Obama and his salivating attack machine in the Dem party and the media. de Blasio, a rather thick headed and awkward ideologue apparatchik who can’t manage to get out of the house on time, picked the wrong target. Not only can he not run the city without the police department, he doubled down when insulting them like a clueless flailing bully. He went after them with no plan on how to deal with them if he finds them so awful. Red Line in Syria moment. Never make a threat, never attack a group, never “badmouth” people unless you can back it up. Just another Vile Prog asshole which people have come to expect and ignore. The usual media suspects are trying to throw shit at the wall to extricate tedious and impotent de Blasio. It is way too late for that.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Cops are as bad or worse than any other public employees when it comes to negotiating contracts. If school teachers go on strike for a few weeks it’s an inconvenience, but when cops go on strike it’s a life-or-death emergency. They can be selfish and greedy and pig-headed.

      Only an idiot would rile up the entire police force just before or during contract negotiations.

      • Lulu says:

        My guess is that de Blasio thought he could badmouth them for his base and political points (progs need someone to other), use them to enforce fines and revenue collection and hassle loosie sellers for unpaid taxes, and then pay the cops off in the contracts. Two cops were murdered and he had already gone too far. Poor de Blasio. Not.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      What Lulu said.

    • Mary says:

      There is outrage, Helen. All across quiet, regular America—big time.
      The media doesn’t think it’s worthy of coverage, and Obama’s minions are busy babbling to rationalize the behavior.
      It’s not gonna work. 🙂

      • leslie says:

        I surely hope you’re right, Mary.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Obama showed America what he though of Cops long ago,
        They act stupidly,At least where he and his people are concerned, 👿

        • Mary says:

          I think the country is absolutely stunned that the President of the United States didn’t show up at that funeral (Biden doesn’t count) and never said a thing (he acted “stupidly”) after the shootings. Vacation was more important.

          But that’s just me.

  2. HELENK3 says:

    de blasio made his bed and he can lie in it. His legacy will always be cops turning their backs on him. What did he expect cheers? The men and women wearing blue in NYC go out every day and do their best to make that city a livable, viable place to be. They are willing to put their lives on the line for the people and visitors to that city, Is he? don’t think so.
    Turing your back is a good form of peaceful protest. thought the left was all about protesting. Guess you have to shout and destroy before it counts to them?

  3. Lulu says:

    “To which the protesters answer: the police killings and the criminalization of a whole people must not go on and cannot be tolerated.”

    This is their justification of making different legal rules for different people. Much of that which has come out of Obama/Holder’s DOJ is different rules for different classes, sexes, races of people. Collective guilt, developed to a fine art by fascists (who were basically fuedalists) and Stalinists, is constructed as a narrative to justify lax rules and enforcement for political supporters and other useful idiots. Sharia law, disparate impact pseudo-studies, civil service rules that allow grotesque malfeasance and theft with no penalty, administrative extra legal university “rape” panels, selective enforcement of immigration laws, IRS enforcement for political ends all have their roots in the feudal system of different laws applying to different classes or groups of residents. Even the Romans got away from that system which causes civil wars throughout history. It is a system of oppression and theft. The proponents always think they are in a protected class which of course they are not as no one really is and they are all history illiterates.

  4. elliesmom says:

    The left believes in the “public servant” aspect of a government employment differently than than the right does. “An honest day’s work for an honest day’s pay” is what most conservatives expect from public employees. You get hired to do a job so do it to the best of your abilities everyday. The left believes it can harass you, belittle you, even physically harm you, and you’ll still put up with it and even be grateful for your job because you’re the “Help”. You can see it in the way they treat policemen, teachers, the military, etc. They pay lip service to the unions and “Support the Troops”, but when push comes to shove, if you work in most government jobs, they’re attitude toward you is like master to servant. I hope the cops scare the hell of them. Make them worry when they’re in need of the police, no one is going to respond.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Leftists love government but hate cops. Conservatives love cops but hate government.

    • leslie says:

      “They pay lip service to the unions and “Support the Troops”, but when push comes to shove, if you work in most government jobs, they’re attitude toward you is like master to servant.
      You got that right, em.

    • votermom says:

      The left believes it can harass you, belittle you, even physically harm you, and you’ll still put up with it and even be grateful for your job because you’re the “Help”.

      Nailed it.
      Scratch a leftist, uncover an elitist.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    It’s always funny how things become a left vs. right war in Vile Prog Land. DeBlasio clearly chose a side and it wasn’t the NYPD’s, so most of us with common sense thought DB was really dumb for doing that. And embracing the most racially toxic man in America, Al Sharpton, is really stupid too.

    • elliesmom says:

      Have you read “The Help” or seen the movie? If you have, you know what I mean when I say you have to be careful how you treat the people who work for you, or you risk having them bake you a shit pie.

      • piper says:

        Agree! Read the book but didn’t see the movie.

      • lyn says:

        … but it tastes like chocolate. 😀

      • Mary says:

        Funny how the left cheers a movie like “The Help” where the worker-bee gets to make a shit pie for being treated badly, but the cops making a symbolic “shit pie” for being treated badly is condemned.

        Some animals are more equal than others, eh?

        • DeniseVB says:

          Glancing over the lefty tweets, NYPD bad for being rude to DeBlasio, yet when they told DeBlasio to eff-off when he asked them to stop protesting that’s good ? Oy vey, it’s like dealing with toddler tantrums.

  6. Kathy says:

    Yalu are exactly right. Like you really have to be a parent and not best friends with your child.

  7. Kathy says:

    What strikes me about progs is that they automatically believe a tale of woe. Example–Mike Brown’s friend in crime. He was allowed to spew rubbish on tv without question.

    • leslie says:

      If you try to tell your Prog friends/family about Mike Brown, or Trayvon, or any of the others who drew on, threatened, or even killed LEO, they’ll just roll their eyes and call you names. (You know which ones I mean.)

      • DeniseVB says:

        How did those tragedies become national stories ? ObamaHolderSharptonJackson put a face on them. Worse things happen everyday in other communities, yet these thugs were given anti-hero status against peacekeepers ?

        Mind boggling.

  8. fif says:

    They just have to find a way to be “right” about any and all arguments. If the facts don’t match their “superior position,” they create a storyline that will work. Delusional.

    • Lulu says:

      They make shit up to set up getting what they want. Repeat it endlessly until it is “true”. And they don’t solve problems they make them.

  9. lyn says:

    OT, Joe Riquelme, an app developer in New York, posted a video to YouTube Thursday showing the gift he gave his parents.

  10. piper says:

    Lloyd Marcus – Allowing an Evil Lie to Grow
    ‘It is way past time that the hate-spewing Al Sharpton and his evil associates be given the hook off the national stage. If not, more assassinations of police and assaults on white Americans are inevitable.
    Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014/12/cops_assassinated_the_result_of_allowing_an_evil_lie_to_grow.html#ixzz3NCttPkNQ

  11. lyn says:

    I agree with Paula Priesse: “Those calling this disrespectful should remember what these officers were not doing. They weren’t screaming obscenities, issuing threats, looting stores or burning buildings.”

  12. Somebody says:

    Interesting information about some of those behind these protests.

  13. piper says:

    Took this quiz to find out which kind of GOP president I am. Turns out I favorite Ike – good bec. I always liked him even though I was a bit young to vote for him.

    • Somebody says:

      I got Ike too, hmmm. The question about what you want to wear out on the town was odd, how about none of the above!

    • Constance says:

      I’m George W Bush. I think it was the Cowboy boots I picked.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Being a country girl, I love westerns.
        My Son asked is it the Horses or the Cowboys?
        I said it is those White cowboy Hats!!!!! ;lol:

  14. 1539days says:

    The language of the criticism is very interesting. They talk about union contracts as unimportant in comparison to blind obedience to the mayor. However, they support the legislature of Wisconsin skipping town to stop legislation that would make contract negotiations different for unions.

    They refer to Deblasio “instructing his children to obey police” when that’s not what he did. What he did was to specifically tell his son to comply with any unreasonable demand a cop might give or you may be beaten or killed by him. That “lesson” in and of itself creates more animosity.

    Police are a fraternal organization. Good or bad, the wall of blue isn’t breached from within very often. In this case, however, there’s nothing objectionable about what they are doing. Being disrespectful to some leftist hero mayor is not a crime. The police have civilian oversight, but they are not the private enforcers for the mayor. Progs hate cops because they want amoral enforcers who work for them, not moral people who believe in justice.

  15. foxyladi14 says:

    I am sure there were a lot of AA’s wearing those Blue uniforms too. 🙂

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  18. HELENK3 says:


    so why is this protest ok , but the silent protest that harms or inconveniences no one is so bad ?


  19. DeniseVB says:

    It’s only the NYP, but I love how they’re connecting the dots, thanks to running an editorial by Prof. William Jacobson (Legal Insurrection) ….


  20. HELENK3 says:


    liberal NYers may get their wish. Do not think they will like it

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  22. HELENK3 says:


    fitting legacy for fallen heroes.

    there are no calls for dead protesters after the assassination of two cops. There is a call for healing.

    on the deaths fo thugs there are calls to kill cops.

    quite a graphic and do not think it will be forgotten

  23. foxyladi14 says:

    If people obeyed the law??
    We would need fewer Cops. 😀

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    • DandyTIger says:

      That’s fucked up.

      • Somebody says:

        Agreed it is fucked up. If the little girl is a tomboy, fine, let her be a tomboy. Plenty of little girls are tomboys. Calling her John is simply a bridge too far, apparently they’ve been calling her John for 6 years now. The interview with Oprah when they first mentioned it was 6 years ago, she’s 10 now, so they’ve been calling her John since she was 4? No wonder she has gender confusion, WTF?

        At 4 years old or even at 10 years old she doesn’t have the capacity to decide she’s really a boy. She likely took an interest in activities her older brothers were interested in and in typical hollywood fashion her prog parents took it WAY too far. What a shame, she’s a beautiful little girl, but she’s likely going to end up really fucked in the head like her mom.

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    Nobody cares:

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  30. 49erDweet says:

    OT. Apparently AGW is real! Who knew? It got down to 37° last night, and our volunteer tomato plant looks a little limpish today.

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  32. DandyTIger says:

    Whatever you do, don’t look at the Rolling Stones cover or the cover story. You’ve been warned.

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