Tuesday, September 8, 2015

A few months ago, President Obama officially turned on American police officers when he blamed them for the violent race riots spreading across the country, instead of the protesters themselves.

Since then, there has been a dramatic increase in U.S. cop killings as thugs think they can attack police officers because “Obama said they could.” Over the last few weeks, these violent attacks against police officers have continued to escalate, and cops everywhere are no longer feeling safe in their own country.

When a stranger approached Officer Tommi Jones Kelley as she pumped gas into her patrol car last Thursday morning, it looked like yet another cop-attack was about to take place. However, something happened next that nobody saw coming…


According to The Blaze, a teenager approached the Harris County deputy and asked her a single question.

“Ma’am, do you mind if I stand here behind you while you get your gas?” Kelly recounted on her Facebook page. The officer then asked the boy why he wished to stand behind her, and his response was touching.

“To make sure you stay safe,” he replied.

Just a few weeks before, Kelley’s fellow officer Darren Goforth was gunned down while he pumped his gas. To prevent this from happening again, the teenager stood behind Officer Kelley in the pouring rain. He then returned to his car and got in the passenger side, at which point Kelley approached the vehicle’s driver.

“I asked the driver if she was his mom, and indeed she was,” Kelley said. “I told her she has an amazing son, and she said he wanted to make sure no one hurt me.”

The boy has since been identified as Mckinley Zoellner, and a photo of him has since gone viral.


It’s nice to know that someone still has police officers’ backs, even if Obama doesn’t!

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