‘If you don’t have something constructive to say, keep your mouth shut’ – Courageous police officer tells Donald Trump (Video)

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A fearless US cop has put his position in danger by reprimanding Donald Trump – The Chief Commander of the US Armed Forces, on live TV. 
Workmanship Avecedo, the Houston Police Chief, while responding to a report that Trump encouraged state governors to ‘command and quit giving indications of shortcoming’s in managing dissenters that have taken to different US urban areas since the deah of George Floyd a week ago, advised Trump to quiet down on the off chance that he didn’t have anything productive to state. 
During a live meeting on CNN’s Amanpour appear, on Monday night, the Houston Police Chief was told by TV Host Christiane Amanpour that it was alright on the off chance that he might not want to discuss the US President on national TV. 
Amanpour asked ‘What should the police do now to quiet the circumstance?’ 
Subsequent to gesturing his head to Amanpour’s announcements, he said; 
“Let me simply express this to the President of the United States, in the interest of the police head of this nation: if it’s not too much trouble on the off chance that you don’t have something valuable to state, keep your mouth shut. 
Since you are placing people in their mid 20s in danger. It’s not tied in with overwhelming, it’s tied in with winning hearts and psyches. Let’s get straight to the point, we don’t need individuals to mistake graciousness for shortcoming we don’t need numbness to demolish what we have here in Houston. 
β€œLet me just say this to the President of the United States, on behalf of the police chiefs of this country: please, if you don’t have something constructive to say, keep your mouth shut.
Because you are putting men and women in their early 20s at risk. It’s not about dominating, it’s about winning hearts and minds. Let’s be clear, we do not want people to confuse kindness with weakness we don’t want ignorance to ruin what we have here in Houston.
He continued: ‘I’m speaking for my colleagues across the country, where there are officers being injured, community members are being injured. If you don’t have something to say, then don’t say it. Because that is the basic tenet of leadership and we need leadership now more than ever. It hurts me to know it, because whether we vote for someone or we don’t vote for someone he’s still our president’. It’s time to be presidential, and not try to be like you are on the apprentice.
”This is not Hollywood, this is real life, and real lives are at risk. I ask the American people to please join with the police and stand together let’s shift this to what needs to be, to the voting booth. Pay attention to the hearts of the people we elect. The reason this happens is that too many people in this country that are are throwing blocks and bricks, damaging property, never bothered to vote. You have a choice, lift up your voice, be heard in a voting booth and continue to march peacefully.
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