From a distance, this new shirt looks pro-police, but when you look closer, oh my!
By Ian Freeman
   
 
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Thin Blue Line T-Shirt Looks Pro-Police From a Distance, But Up Close...

If you’ve been looking for a new t-shirt to trigger cop suckers, there is a new apparel company creating principled merchandise to allow their customers to broadcast their liberty-minded beliefs.

One of the newest designs at LibertyMinded.com is a shirt that features the “Thin Blue Line” flag overlayed within the outline of a pig captioned “Pigs Never Cross the Line” as well as naming the “Thin Blue Line” as “America’s Largest Gang” and perfectly pointing out what the “Thin Blue Line” flag really is: A gang symbol for a protected class of thugs that shield their brotherhood from justice when they commit criminal actions. If you believe that the thin blue line is the defining reason why there can never be a good cop, this is the shirt for you.

Be prepared to (we hope peacefully) confront some cop suckers if you wear this one… and ask “Where are all the GOOD cops that cross the thin blue line?” Check it out for yourself here at LibertyMinded.com.

P.S.  I don’t make any money if you buy this, but my friend Johnson from Liberty Minded shared this with me and I thought the Cop Blockers would love it.  -Ian

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Comments:
Wouldn't it be justice if people wearing these shirts get attacked by some of their own like minded brethren because they are too ignorant to comprehend the dialog on the shirt? That would be so dang righteous....
Posted by Sasquatch at 9/10/2018 12:52:20 PM

People who buy that shirt should have 911 disabled on their phones.
Posted by JF at 9/16/2018 4:34:03 AM

This is so HORRIBLE!!!! Not to mention sad, that there are really some stupid people in this world!!!!
Posted by Iggytx63 at 9/18/2018 12:20:58 AM

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