I disagree with Prager, I don’t find it troubling at all, it should be expected.
the LAPD burned its bridges with the black community long, long ago, and we’re all familiar with that aspect.
But now the LAPD and other local LE communities are burning their bridges with the liberty/freedom loving communities as well as they are all too willing to use any and all means to uphold the wishes of the (liberal) governing class. Drones, stop and frisk, only we get guns, red light cams, you name it, they’ll do it.
If any actual oathkeepers exist things might get really interesting.
I think the black community has burned its own bridges. They are their own worst enemy and they are so deep in dysfunction and hate and incivility that there’s no hope for them. We saw it in the aftermath of Rodney King, O.J., Katrina and countless other cases, and we are seeing again.
But that’s neither here nor there. The organization may be corrupt, but it doesn’t mean everyone that works there is corrupt and deserves to die.
If those people that Dorner killed deserved it then you and I deserve it too.
I don’t think that the leftist support for Dorner has as much to do with LAPD as is does with the left’s agreement with the evil spewed forth in the manifesto. Frankly if Dorner had killed a random group at starbucks I think you would see the same level of support. The left worships at the alter of depravity.
The things you point out are why many on the right don’t care (or are happy) that he has killed a couple of LAPD cops. There is no support for Dorner but there is no concern for the jackboots either. It is just two enemies fighting each other.