Thursday, May 28, 2015

American police officers have been having a very difficult time lately. Race baiters are following their every move, trying to catch them making a mistake on camera.

Even the President Obama himself has turned on U.S. police. A few weeks ago, he publicly slammed them for targeting, “poor, African Americans.”

While liberals love to hate the police right now, a new viral photo proves that many of them aren’t bad at all.

Joseph Owusu, 20, was driving home from college last week when he suddenly got a flat tire. Seeing a young man in need of help, Virginia State Trooper Matt Okes pulled over to help the stranded Virginia Tech student. The officer then spent hours with the boy until his mother and AAA arrived.

The boy’s mother, Dr. Nasa Owusu, later thanked the cop who helped her son in a Facebook post. She praised Okes for doing his job and not racially profiling her son, which liberals say almost any cop would do.

Here’s her full message of thanks:

Facebook friends, join be in expressing my gratitude to God and to Officer Okes, Matt a Virginia State Police officer. I took this picture at 2am in the middle of nowhere . My son had his back tire blown off his car last night on his way home from School. This kind officer approached him didn’t ask if the little Mercedes was stolen but rather got on his knees to replace his tire. When his effort failed he stayed with my son all night till we arrived at 1am with triple A. He provided all the needed protection especially from those tractor trailers till we were done by 2 am and till drove behind us for a while before exiting . Today I salute officer Okes! He is our hero and our “Good Samaritan. 👍🙏🙌

The photo has already been shared over 25,000 times, much to the chagrin of liberals. This proves that not all cops are bad, and that they deserve our respect and thanks for putting their lives at risk for us every day.

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