Rudy Giuliani Told No Uniformed Officers Allowed In DNC & It Sets Him Off Like Never Before

Liberals may claim to not be anti-police, but their actions speaker louder than their words.

At least a handful saw fit to start chanting “Black Lives Matter” during a moment of silence that was meant to honoring the fallen officers in Dallas. The Philadelphia PD haven’t been happy with the convention overall. They were part of the immense backlash when the mothers of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and others were given a platform to speak at the convention.

According to Ruby Giuliani, he had heard from four high ranking officials in the Philly PD that no uniformed officers were allowed on the main floor at the DNC.

Via BizPacReview

The 2016 Democratic National Convention was “the most anti-police” and “anti-law enforcement” America’s mayor, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani ever saw in his entire lifetime.

Giuliani told Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends” at a Thursday broadcast at the convention in Philadelphia that uniformed law enforcement officers weren’t allowed to appear inside the convention hall, according to reports he’d received from police officers.

Those protesting outside the convention were able to benefit from the police’s services however – such as the one who helped put out a fire when one protester accidentally ignited himself while trying to burn the American flag.

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