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For many weeks and months, many in the media and a lot of the political class have joined with career agitators so they could lie to you.

They lied to you about my brothers and sisters in blue, American law enforcement.  They are sometimes known as The Thin Blue Line.

We are a very special ‘club’ you know. Our club is made up of police officers, sheriff’s deputies, state troopers and others who uphold the laws of our great country. It’s OK to just give all of us one name:  We are Cops.

We are very picky about who is able to join our club.

We do our very best to select only those people who truly love their fellow man.

Members of our club promise to protect others from harm and danger. They also promise to serve others, to the best of their ability.

I want to show you some pictures of cops doing what we most like to do every day. Take a look:



There is a young girl who lives in South Carolina. Her name is Madison Bethea. She was born with legs that didn’t allow her to walk.

She recently had double-hip surgery, which was very serious. She wanted to come home quite badly but, she could not. The door to her house is a few feet above the ground.

In order for Madison to go home, she would need to climb the stairs up to the front porch. But, she could not walk and could not climb those stairs. So, she couldn’t come home.

She was very sad.



I have a video to share with you. It shows Police Officer Terry Gainey of the South Carolina Fraternal Order of Police along with Chief Danny Watson who are now retired. They brought other cops to help Madison.

They got lots of lumber and brought it to Madison’s house. They spent a day in the hot sun building a ramp so that Madison could be wheeled right up to her front door.

Madison was finally home!

Watch and see just how happy Madison is now because police officers came to help her. She is very thankful to have friends like those officers.

You can watch her story here:



“Above all, it’s about going home at the end of the shift … “

We couldn’t agree more.



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