This time it’s in Ohio, and the “threat” comes from a police union lawyer directed at an Ohio Republican state senator who voted in favor of S.B. 5, the bill stripping public employee unions of collective bargaining rights.
The lawyer, after being told that the statement quoted in the post title was viewed as a threat, walked it back and denied that the grudges would be acted upon with violence.
But this is becoming a disturbing pattern in which the distinction between the police and the police unions becomes blurred, as documented in my prior posts:
- Wisconsin Police Union Members Threaten Insurrection
- More Police Insurrection In Madison
- Retired Cop Speaks Out Against Police Union Tactics In Madison
The details are over at The Other McCain.