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Police Funeral: “Where are the demonstrations for this single mom?”

Police Funeral: “Where are the demonstrations for this single mom?”

NYPD Commissioner’s powerful message on the death of Officer Miosotis Familia.

A New York City police officer named Miosotis Familia was murdered last week while sitting in her police car. Familia was black and a mother of three yet there have been no protests over her assassination.

The Comissioner of the NYPD got a standing ovation at her funeral for noting the lack of outrage.

Jessica Chasmar reports at The Washington Times:

NYPD commissioner at officer’s funeral: ‘Why is there no outrage?’

NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill denounced anti-police hate during Tuesday’s funeral of slain Officer Miosotis Familia, a mother of three and 12-year department veteran who was ambushed and killed while sitting in her mobile command unit last week.

The commissioner pointed out in his eulogy that Familia is the seventh NYPD officer to be shot and killed in the past five years, according to a transcript published by the New York Post. Familia was shot in the head in the Bronx by a man with a history of criminal activity and mental illness, and police said he was behind an 11-minute rant against police on Facebook Live last year…

The commissioner asked why people in such a politically active city like New York aren’t protesting in the streets against this senseless killing.

“So, where are the demonstrations for this single mom, who cared for her elderly mother and her own three children? There is anger and sorrow, but why is there no outrage? Because Miosotis was wearing a uniform? Because it was her job?” he asked. “I simply DO NOT accept that.”

Here’s the video:

Many of the same officers who applauded the message from James O’Neill displayed their anger at Mayor de Blasio for skipping town after Familia’s death by turning their backs on him.

Shawn Cohen and Max Jaeger of the New York Post:

Cops protest de Blasio at slain officer’s funeral

The disgusted Finest were assembled outside the World Changers Church in The Bronx on Tuesday as part of the overflow crowd of mourners for assassinated Officer Miosotis Familia.

They showed the building their backs as speakers broadcast de Blasio’s eulogy for Familia from inside.

The protest came after de Blasio skipped town to participate in protests at the G-20 summit in Germany last week — the day after Familia was killed by cop-hating gunman Alexander Bonds.

And as he prepared for the trip, the mayor missed a swearing-in ceremony for new police recruits, an event that was especially poignant in light of Familia’s murder.

Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins said de Blasio deserved the snub.

“Mr. Mayor, you didn’t have to travel to Germany for a protest — all you had to do is speak in front of the men and women of the NYPD,’’ Mullins said.

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DeBlasio, absent demonstrators? They have one thing in common…they are Red. Liberal. Trash.

“Where are the demonstrations for this single mom?”

Silly question, Commissioner. By now everyone knows that only *certain* black lives matter to BLM. In particular, black lives that are easily exploited to inflame hatred towards police, private enterprise, Republicans, people of pallor, or any combination of the above.

Sadly to many in the BLM the late officer Familia was probably viewed as a “traitor” for being a member of the vile, murderous police force…

Bucky Barkingham | July 13, 2017 at 10:18 am

Her Black Life doesn’t Matter because she was a PO-lice.

BLM is part of the racial grievance industry. It cares nothing about the lives of any Black Americans except the leaders and other important members of that movement. The only “color” which is important to these people is green. Money drives this. And, there is no money to be made from the death of Ofc. Familia.

People try to paint BLM as a social justice activist movement with an ideological basis. While there are associates who operate on an ideological basis, that is not the purpose of BLM. It is simply a moneymaking venture. It is designed to produce wealth for its leadership and other members, most notably its attorney associates, at the expense of the public. Follow the money. Once you realize that it is in existence to make money off the deaths, often justified, of criminals, its actions, or inactions, all make sense.

Black Lives Matter of Greater New York: “In response to the senseless killing of female NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia today in the Bronx, Black Lives Matter of Greater New York condemns all acts of violence outside of self-defense. Our Prayers go out to the Familia family especially, her mother and three children.”

    Tom Servo in reply to Zachriel. | July 13, 2017 at 10:53 am

    One person in their entire organization felt bad about the optics of this, so they wrote one email at 2 am and then forgot all about it.

    Whoop Tee Doo.

    Where was the public outrage? Admit it; the vast majority of BLM activists cheer every time a cop dies. For any reason.

    hrhdhd in reply to Zachriel. | July 13, 2017 at 11:18 am

    So, BLM doesn’t understand self defense. Otherwise, they would not condemn George Zimmerman or the police office who shot Michael Brown, for a couple of examples.

    Milhouse in reply to Zachriel. | July 13, 2017 at 4:49 pm

    “Outside self-defense”?! The entire movement was built to protest a clear case of self-defense.

The problem with Commissioner O’Neill is that he only believes in enforcing the laws he likes. Immigration laws of his country? Not so much.

    Milhouse in reply to Dave. | July 13, 2017 at 4:52 pm

    It is not his job to enforce federal law. That’s the feds’ job, and nobody, anywhere in the country, prevents them from doing it. But they are not entitled to commandeer the aid of state and local governments that don’t wish to help them.

      Mac45 in reply to Milhouse. | July 13, 2017 at 10:29 pm

      This is partially true. State and local law enforcement has no unilateral power to ENFORCE federal law. However, they have an obligation to aid federal LEOs in the enforcement of such laws. The oath of office for a sworn LEO almost universally includes the phrase, “to uphold the laws of {insert state] and the United States of America”. To refuse to aid in the enforcement of federal law, to the limits of a state or local LEO’s powers, is a violation of his oath of office. Further, to engage in activity, including the refusal to aid a federal LEO in the enforcement of federal law, can be a violation of law itself. It would be obstructing an officer in the performance of his duty or, worse, aiding the violation of the law.

        Mac45: The oath of office for a sworn LEO almost universally includes the phrase, “to uphold the laws of {insert state] and the United States of America”.

        The oath of office for New York say you must swear to support and uphold the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the State of New York, and the Charter of the City of New York. The Constitution of the United States generally does not allow the federal government to commandeer the states.

[class] diversity is literally a many Pro-Choice, selective, unprincipled, and opportunistic thing. All lives matter.