Company risks everything to create powerful pro-police ad

by Leah Rosenberg

Amidst all the anti-police environment in America, the company Egard Watches put out a pro-police ad. It brings a sense of hope during all this chaos.

To Be Pro-Police, or not to be?

Since when did America become a place where you have to decide if you are pro-police or not? It is irrational to want to dismantle the police force!

Policemen give up their time, their energy, and sometimes their lives. They devote themselves to helping and protecting others. Have some of them made mistakes? Of course. Should some of them never have joined the police force to begin with? Definitely. But does that mean all policemen and women throughout America are bad people? If you think that, it is absolutely absurd. It dishonors those men and women who have dedicated their lives to others. The numbers and statistics do not show that policemen are bad or racist. Taking one horrific incident and blowing it out of proportion is wrong.

Being a police officer can be frightening. You don’t know what or who you will encounter. Yet, these people still choose to join the force.

How dare Americans treat them like animals. How dare Americans want to defund these heroes. It is truly sickening.

A World Without Police Officers?

Who really wants to live in a world without police officers? Do you want to know what that would look like? Policemen and women keep communities safe. They respond to those in need. They are the good guys!

The world is so flipped right now it is frightening. Criminals are raised as heroes and heroes are treated like dirt; walked upon and spit on. It is a scary world we live in. And it will only be scarier without the men and women who have chosen a career to protect us. Don’t wait around to see what will happen in an America without the police force. It won’t be pretty.

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