In 40 years, the American right wing has switched from supporting police to spewing cop-killer rhetoric
Back in the day, the message in the image above was the mantra of most right-wingers in America.
Today, the far right sounds like THIS:
[T]he National Rifle Association’s new president, James Porter of Birmingham, Alabama, likes to talk about the importance of the Second Amendment as a way to ensure the American people will be able to “resist tyranny”—i.e., shoot and kill law enforcement officers, members of the U.S. armed services, and presumably anyone else (you know, like their neighbors) who might disagree with their definition of their essential “liberties”—at some undefined point in the future.
UPDATE: The more I think about it, it seems advisable that we spread the word that the NRA should hereafter be labeled with these letters — WBCK. Y’know, Would-Be Cop Killers.
Here’s the slogan: “NRA is WBCK — Would-Be Cop Killers.”