Anti police members set to speak at DNC for Hillary Clinton.



How low will Hillary Clinton go to win a election?



Presumptive Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton has invited relatives of victims of police shootings to speak at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next week.

However, she has not invited relatives of police officers who were killed in the line of duty, a move that hasenraged Philadelphia police officers.

John McNesby, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5, said this has “shocked and saddened” the members of his union.

In a statement, McNesby said, “The Fraternal Order of Police is insulted and will not soon forget that the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton are excluding the widows and other family members of police officers killed in the line of duty who were victims of explicit and not implied racism.”

He continued, saying it is “sad that to win an election Mrs. Clinton must pander to the interests of people who do not know all the facts, while the men and women they seek to destroy are outside protecting the political institutions of this country. Mrs. Clinton, you should be ashamed of yourself, if that is possible.”

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Members of Mothers of the Movement, a group of relatives of African-American men killed by police including Eric Garner of New York and Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri are scheduled to speak Tuesday at the convention.


Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden, is one of those scheduled to speak. After two police officers in Ferguson were shot last March, tweeted: “Woke up in a GREAT MOOD this morning. 2 Cops got Shot in FERGUSON last night. You ant seen sh– yet, wait till this SUMMER.”

Charles H. Ramsey, the former Philadelphia Police Commissioner who said the nation is a “powder keg” in regards to police-involved shootings and the killing of cops will also be speaking.

In response to the negative feelings expressed by police, Stephanie Formas, a Clinton campaign spokesperson told Philadelphia’s CBS affiliate, “As Hillary Clinton has said, we need to support heroic police officers who put their lives on the line every day as well as listen to the voices of mothers who have lost their children. We look forward to highlighting the courageous efforts of law enforcement with speakers at our convention, including from Pennsylvania, and praising their work to keep our communities safe.”