It’s not just this loudmouth but decades long dem pols spewing hatred at all American Law Enforcement.
But it isn’t just the target that has changed in the last 50 years. Ayers and his cohort dreamed while living underground in the 1970s of seeing their generation of revolutionaries put on coats and ties and infiltrate the seats of power to effect change from within. One measure of their success is that coats and ties are now largely passé. Another is that Congress is now full of members who have adopted the revolutionary rhetoric of the 1960s as their own. Thus, the Democratic leader of the Senate, Chuck Schumer of New York, did not chasten his colleague from the House for her outrageous attack on uniformed Americans, but rather threw gasoline on her anti-American rhetoric.
Mark Morgan, who at the time Schumer tweeted had not even taken over at Customs and Border Protection, is “tainted.” The Border Patrol itself is “toxic.” This is all highly reminiscent of the rhetoric of the antiwar movement when soldiers were called “baby killers” and street marchers chanted, “Hey! Hey! LBJ! How many kids did you kill today?”