A Louisiana police officer is out of a job after blaming President Obama for not doing enough to end violence against white police officers.
The Jonesville Town Council asked Tuesday for Police Chief Skylar Dore’s resignation over racially inflammatory comments he made on Facebook, The Natchez Democrat reported.
“Hey Mr. (expletive) president when are you going to grow a (expletive) pair. And tell it like it is. These are terrorist. That have declared (expletive) war on my brother. (White police officers) enough is enough,” Chief Dore ranted.
“How many police officers have to die trying to protect the citizens of this country. Any other president would have declared full on war on this group. Since when in our (expletive) history do we stand idle to the ambush murders of law enforcement. It has to STOP NOW!!!!!”
Dore, who is white, apologized for the comments, saying he was emotional and frustrated after the Baton Rouge shootings.
The apology didn’t hold much sway as Dore was still asked to resign.
“I think at this time Chief Dore, we will now ask you for you resign from your duties. That’s what I’m recommending to the board,” said Hiram Evans, Mayor of Jonesville, according to KNOE.
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