The President just endorsed police brutality.

And police applauded.

WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump received applause on Friday when he endorsed police brutality while delivering a speech to law enforcement officers on Long Island, New York.

The president suggested that officers should hit suspects’ heads on the doors of their police cars.

“When you see these towns and when you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in, rough, and I said, ‘Please don’t be too nice,'” Trump said.

“Like when you guys put somebody in the car and you’re protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over, like, don’t hit their head and they’ve just killed somebody, don’t hit their head, I said, ‘You can take the hand away, OK?'” he added.

His remarks received significant applause.

Watch and listen for yourself if you can stomach it:

Trump also made the dubious claim that laws were ‘horrendously stacked against police officers and said he wants to change those laws.

‘For years and years, [laws have] been made to protect the criminal, Trump said. “Totally protect the criminal, not the officers. You do something wrong, you’re in more jeopardy than they are. These laws are stacked against you. We’re changing those laws.”

Right. That’s why all those police officers who murdered unarmed black people were prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. OH WAIT NO.

In his speech, Trump also said that police officers in many parts of the country couldn’t do their jobs because they had a “pathetic mayor” or a mayor “who doesn’t know what’s going on.” Those comments also received a lengthy applause.

“It’s sad, it’s sad. You look at what’s happening, and it’s sad,” Trump said.

Well I gotta give it to him on that one. It’s sad all right.


  1. Amy says

    I’m no lawyer, but it seems to me that anyone litigating NYCPD for police brutality – and there must be thousands – can use that video as evidence in their favor. We can clearly see that the police very much want to brutalize alleged suspects.

  2. Arnie says

    I’m no lawyer or Long Islander, but it seems to me that anyone litigating Suffolk County PD for police brutality – and there should be a few – can use that video as evidence in their favor.

  3. Pierce R. Butler says

    I feel old – I remember when presidents described a police state as a bad thing.

  4. tkreacher says

    Innocent until proven guilty? Fuck that. Smash the suspects heads into shit and brutalize them before they can get themselves in front a a judge or jury.

    We all know that police always get the right guy, right?

    I mean, it’s pretty easy to get the right guy when “black” = “fits the description”. You literally can’t be wrong if it’s a black person. Even if they aren’t guilty of the crime one is currently investigating, Lord Jesus knows they are guilty of something</i?. Because they're thugs, see.

    Because they’re black.