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Terrorists killed a police officer in DC

2021-01-08 01:21:30.95958+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

From September 2015: Sen. Ted Cruz links deputy's murder to Obama administration rhetoric:

"I think the violence we're seeing directed at law enforcement is a direct manifestation of the harsh rhetoric and the vilification of police officers, of law enforcement that sadly has come all the way from the top," Cruz said. "Over and over again, President Obama and the Department of Justice and senior administration officials have chosen to vilify law enforcement."

Why bring it up again now, over five years later?

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