Who Declared War on Who?

Who Declared War on Who?

Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson had strong words in support of law enforcement yesterday, in the wake of Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth being gunned down execution style while pumping gas. One day later, a 30-year-old man, identified as Shannon J. Miles, was charged with capital murder in the death of Goforth, a 10-year veteran of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

Anderson said to reporters;

It is time for the silent majority in this country to support law enforcement. There are a few bad apples in every profession. That does not mean there should be open warfare declared on law enforcement. The vast majority of officers are there to do the right thing, are there because they care about their community and want to make it a safer place. What happened last night is an assault on the very fabric of society. It is not anything we can tolerate. It is time to come forward and support law enforcement, and condemn this atrocious act.


Strong words indeed. And well delivered, I would add. However Devon Anderson is missing a few pieces of the puzzle here, and until she, and people like her, see the picture, this kind of thing will continue to happen with greater frequency and severity. This is not necessarily her fault, she is probably taking her puzzle pieces from Black Lives Matter activists, and those lunatics are not exactly oracles of good advice. So I’ll go point by point through what Anderson had to say here.

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