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Rush Limbaugh Says Trump's Latest Endorsement Could Seal The Election For Him

Cities and communities across the country have been damaged and destroyed as some protests have turned into riots.

The protests and riots began in Minnesota after video emerged of a now-former Minneapolis police officer kneeling on George Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes, leading to his apparent death.

As Democratic lawmakers, media hacks, and liberal groups are pushing their "Defund the Police" movement, conservative host Rush Limbaugh thinks November's election could come down to who supports anarchy or law and order.

During a segment on his radio program, Limbaugh spoke about The National Association of Police Organizations president endorsing President Donald Trump.

The Police Union previously endorsed President Barack Obama, so it speaks volumes that they are now throwing their full support behind Trump.

Limbaugh said:

The National Association of Police Organizations president has endorsed Trump, overwhelmingly. Biden passed on a chance to talk to them. National Association of Police Organizations president Michael McHale announced that his group is endorsing Donald Trump in November after Biden refused to talk after all the talk about defunding the police.
Additional wrinkle here too. The Democrat Party is so radical, so anti-police, their candidates don’t even want the endorsement of police unions now. Biden doesn’t even want their endorsement. A lot of Democrats do not want the endorsement of police organizations now. Because apparently an endorsement by a police union – union! Police union would alienate the Democrat Party base. You know, Twitter. Twitter would be offended. Twitter would go viral. Twitter would be erupting if a Democrat candidate accepted an endorsement from a police organization.

Limbaugh then noted how Democratic leaders are already taking dangerous actions to reduce police and take away their resources.

You may have heard about this today depending on what you’ve been paying attention to. Berkeley, California, home of the University of California, “moved forward Wednesday with a proposal to eliminate police from conducting traffic stops and instead use unarmed civilian city workers as part of a broad overhaul of law enforcement.
The City Council also set a goal of cutting the police budget by 50%.” That’s one half, for those of you in Rio Linda.

Limbaugh said the election may come down to voters supporting Trump because he supports the police, rule of law, and police officers -- unlike Democratic nominee Joe Biden, who has pretty much gone all-in with the Defund the Police movement.

Author: Martywalsh


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