Skip to comments.DPD(Dallas) Sgt. Left Holding Bag Over Chick-Fil-A Sandwich
Posted on 08/08/2012 4:17:26 PM PDT by DallasBiff
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) - The controversy over Chick-Fil-A may now have impacted the Dallas Police Department.
CBS 11 has learned a Dallas Police Sergeant brought a sandwich from the embattled restaurant chain to work with him last Wednesday, August 1, a day known around the country as Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day.
When the Sergeant arrived at his post at the Southeast patrol, words were exchanged between himself and two female officers.
And while it is unclear who started the argument, police have launched an investigation into the matter.
A department spokesperson says the issue is not whether the sergeant brought the sandwich into the substation, but whether inappropriate comments were exchanged between him and the two female officers while on duty.
(Excerpt) Read more at dfw.cbslocal.com ...
Wow, this is a different DPD than I remember.
FWIW, I’d be bringing CFA to work with me every day if I were still there.
Never happen. Homos, deviates, illegal aliens, and foreign nationals are government's preferred people.
It's why Dallas PD hired them and why the government at all levels has passed laws to protect them and give them preferences, freebies, jobs regardless of sex preference, or qualifications, gave um affirmative action, etc, etc.
That is type of in your face rejection it is taking to clean up holes like Austin, Houston and DFW etc.....no pun intended. Well ok ...yeah it was.
Vote with your dollars between elections.....
“The DPA points out the two female officers happen to be homosexuals.”.......
Well surprise, surprise! I hadn’t gone more than two lines into the article and had that one defined. If the female cops want to be fags, do it on their own time not ours.
One more reason our Chick-fil-A protest was so important - lots of people think the gay lobby out-numbers us... they don't.
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