The chief of police in Jonesville, Chief Skylar Dore, was asked to submit his resignation. It seems the citizens of Jonesville took offence to his comments recently posted online condemning the violence against police officers.
Police Chief Dore recently posted a rant on his Facebook page that locals are claiming is full of racially charged remarks.
In his post, Dore directed some of his frustration toward President Barack Obama. Although he didn’t mention Black Lives Matter, Dore scolded the President for not declaring war on the group that is responsible for the deaths of police officers across the nation.
Conservative Post reports:
The Jonesville Town Council asked Tuesday for the resignation of the town’s police chief following public outcry about comments the chief made online about recent violence against police officers.
Police Chief Skylar Doré, who is white, recently posted on his personal Facebook page a profanity-laced rant with what residents called racially charged remarks about recent violence against police officers.
Doré’s remarks came after the recent killings of eight police officers — three in Baton Rouge and five in Dallas — following two recent, highly publicized shootings of black men by police officers in Baton Rouge and Minnesota.
In his post, Doré directed his remarks to President Barack Obama, and said, “Hey Mr. (expletive) president when are you going to grow a (expletive) pair. And tell it like it is. These are terrorist.
That have declared (expletive) war on my brother. (White police officers) enough is enough. How many police officers have to die trying to protect the citizens of this country.
Any other president would have declared full on war on this group. Since when in our (expletive) history do we stand idle to the ambush murders of law enforcement. It has to STOP NOW!!!!!”