A.G. William Barr Says Police Might Stop “Protecting” Us If We Aren’t Nicer to Them. If Only It Were That Easy To Get Rid of Bad Cops.

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Attorney General William Barr departed from his prepared statement honoring a group of police officers for their service with what he no doubt thought was a dire and reasonable warning: Communities should be nicer to their cops or risk losing police protection.

“They have to start showing more than they do—the respect and support that law enforcement deserves,” Barr said Tuesday during while presenting his annual Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service in Policing. “And if communities don’t give that support and respect, they might find themselves without the police protection that they need.”

The assumption that Barr wanted to leave us with is that the same police the Justice Department honored yesterday (officers who had done things like help break up gangs and rescue a kidnapped baby) were exactly the same police officers who invite outrage and abuse by aggressively intruding on the private…

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