(Liberty Bell) – This is a historic election. Never before has it been more important to pick the right man for the job when it comes to filling the Oval Office.
On the one hand, we have a man who has done our country proud. He has spent his life as a private citizen, just like the rest of us. He’s not interested in amassing wealth for his family, they’re already very well-off and don’t need the money.
He’s not interested in seeking glory for himself—he’s bashed and slandered on a daily, heck, hourly basis.
He has spent his first four years in office making our country greater, stronger, wealthier, and prouder than we’ve been in decades.
Meanwhile, his opponent has been in public office for nearly half a century and has nothing more to show for it than a long string of scandal and corruption and has quickly embraced a radical platform that undermines the hard work and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform.
Joe Biden wants to defund the police.
Donald Trump unapologetically supports law enforcement.
Who would you endorse if you were heading up a police association?
Well, in their first endorsement ever, a very important Florida police association has thrown their support behind Donald Trump, and one need only look at the last three months to see why they felt compelled to do so.
“President Trump’s support of law enforcement is unmatched, and he continues to support law enforcement by ensuring we have the tools, training and information we need to protect our communities,” the group said in a videotaped announcement, Just the News reports.
Trump expressed his gratitude for this historic endorsement via Twitter.
“I was honored to receive the first ever Presidential Endorsement from the Florida Police Chiefs Association. Thank you, I will NEVER let you down!” he wrote.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 10, 2020
Just the News notes:
Trump has won most of the endorsements of major police groups this election, including the Fraternal Order of Police and the International Union of Police Associations.
Biden has announced support from about 175 current and former individual police officials.