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Pro-cop Facebook page jokes about dead protesters and smears Dem candidates

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A Facebook page promoting its support for police officers killed in the line of duty is also voicing support for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and posting “jokes” about dead protesters.

The page, billed as Police Officers, does feature tributes to fallen officers. But other images posted on the page comparing Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to a child-molesting cartoon character and mock former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with a crude joke accusing her of pandering to black voters “in the hood.”

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On Sunday, the page administrators made reference to the protests against Trump’s rally in Tucson, Arizona by posting an image of a person standing outside of a truck with the front smeared in blood. The caption reads, “Just drove through Arizona, didn’t see any protesters.”

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Last week, the page posted an image accusing the protesters at a Trump rally in Chicago of not doing enough for their own communities, as seen below:

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It also posted an image earlier this month depicting Clinton with her pants hanging down, with the caption, “Hillary campaigning in the hood.”

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And last month it posted an image comparing Sanders to John Herbert, the pedophilic character seen on the animated series Family Guy:

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