The Obama Legacy: 118 Cops Killed in Line of Duty in 2016

On July 7, 2016 a crazed Black Lives Matter supporter gunned down five police officers at a Black Lives Matter racial march in Dallas.

After the attack, Bill Johnson, the Executive Director of the National Association of Police Organizations, blamed Barack Obama for the police massacre.  Johnson said under Barack Obama it was ” a war on cops.”

Ten days later on July 17, 2017, three more police officers were killed in a mass shooting by Gavin Eugene Long who was associated with the black separation movement.


WBRZ has confirmed the two Baton Rouge police officers killed were Montrell Jackson, 32, and Matthew Gerald, 41. WBRZ also confirmed Brad Garafola, 45, was the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s deputy killed in the attack.

After the Baton Rouge mass killing Cleveland police detective Steve Loomis pointed the finger at Barack Obama saying, “He has blood on his hands.”

President Trump ran as the law and order candidate upsetting Democrats and Black Lives Matter activists.

118 law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty in Barack Obama’s last year in office.

Obama’s legacy is dead cops.

CNS News reported:

118 law enforcement officers died in the line of duty last year in the United States, the FBI reported on Monday.

That was up 37 percent from the 86 law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty in 2015.

In 2016, 66 of the 118 deaths of law enforcement officers were felonious and 52 were accidental. In 2015, 41 of the 86 deaths of law enforcement officers were felonious and 45 were accidental.

Another 57,180 officers were assaulted in the line of duty in 2016, and 16,535 (or about 29 percent) sustained injuries from that assault.

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