One of the many issues that perfectly depicts the current divide in American politics, yet has almost been completely forgotten, is how the two main parties treat our law enforcement.

Even though it has been almost four years since the deadly nationwide race riots in the summer of 2020, all of which were done in the name of a career criminal who died of a fentanyl overdose, the Democratic Party has not changed its stance with regards to the police. At worst, they still outright support “defund the police” efforts pushed by radicals like the Squad; at “best,” they simply ignore our men and women in blue.

A perfect recent example is the funeral of NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller, who was shot and killed on the job; President Donald Trump has been invited and thus will be attending the officer’s funeral. Meanwhile, Joe Biden will be in New York City that same day, but not for Officer Diller’s funeral; he will be in the city for a political fundraiser.

Only one party still backs the blue, while the other party cares only about its own political future.


Trump to Join Wake Honoring Slain NYPD Officer as Biden Attends Fundraiser

By Simon Kent

Former President Donald Trump will join Thursday’s wake of a New York City police officer gunned down in the line of duty as the presumed Republican 2024 candidate makes crime in Democrat cities a focus of his third tilt at the White House.

As Trump honors the fallen, President Joe Biden will also be in New York attending a fundraiser with Democratic ex-presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.

AP reports the visitation for Officer Jonathan Diller, who was fatally shot during a traffic stop on Monday, will be held in suburban Massapequa.

Police said 31-year-old Diller was shot below his bulletproof vest while approaching an illegally parked car in Queens.

Diller, who was married and had a 1-year-old son, was rushed to a hospital where he died.

Trump has long deplored crime in heavily Democrat-run cities and wants to immunize police officers from lawsuits for potential misconduct as they tackle the problem.

Trump’s campaign did not offer more details about his appearance or whether he planned to speak.

“President Trump is moved by the invitation to join NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller’s family and colleagues as they deal with his senseless and tragic death,” Trump campaign spokesperson Karoline Leavitt said in a statement.

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