Obama to blame for anti-cop sentiment: NYPD union boss 

A top NYPD union leader said on Sunday cops fear they’ll be prosecuted simply for doing their jobs — and went as far as blaming President Obama for anti-police sentiment.

New York Post Reports:

Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins, appearing on “The Cats Roundtable” on AM 970, said politicians are too quick to scapegoat police.

“Our leadership, from the president on down, has sent the message that law enforcement across the country are the bad guys,” Mullins said.

“And ultimately have sent the message to the criminal element that it’s OK to carry firearms, that it’s okay to resist arrest.”

Mullins said he’s heard directly, from guys on the job, that they’re tentative about any action they take.

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