After months of anger being stoked by politicians, the liberal media, and progressive activists - two police officers in Ferguson, MO were shot during protests Wednesday night. The left has created an atmosphere where cops can be gunned down and it barely registers with the media with the same degree of the Michael Brown shooting did.
On radio Thursday morning, Glenn offered his prayers to the police in Ferguson before criticizing the protestors, the "bad cops", and the people who deliberately antagonize police officers.
"Our prayers are with the police in Ferguson," Glenn said as he started the radio show this morning.
"If [we] would have for months called for violence, called people racist pigs, all the names that these protesters have used and called the police and then two [police officer] were shot, I think we'd be in jail today. I think we'd be in jail today. We all would have lost our jobs, that's for sure," Glenn said.
"And I think it's despicable the way these protesters are being embraced by the administration, embraced by the left, and then this happens, and nobody says a word. Nobody is saying a word," he continued.
"One, I am sick of the bad cops giving all cops a bad name. There are bad cops. So let's find those bad cops and get them out of the cop world, period. Two, I'm really tired of the people who are calling our police officers pigs and killers and everything else. They're not, period. Three, I'm sick and tired of the constitutionalists trying to entrap the cops."
"You have a right to carry a gun. In Texas, you have the right to open carry a gun. You want to open carry a gun, I support you. But don't you see what you're doing? You're opening carrying a gun near a school, which you have the right to. But I as a parent in a sick, sick world, if I'm driving by a school and I see somebody with an AR near a school...I call the cops," Glenn said.
"The cops then have a right to - because I've asked them to check out what's going on because I'm concerned about my kids - they have a right to stop by and say, 'hey, what are you doing?' All you have to say, 'officer, good day to you. I'm just an American. I have a right to open carry, and I'm just walking down the street.' And you be nice to them."
"There is something called a human responsibility that we all have, to be decent to one another. To be reasonable with one another," he explained. "If we don't start looking for reasonable things to say to one another, we're going to kill each other."
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