This is a test of the Emergency Dumb Bell Detection System. This is only a test. But in case you’re wondering – and even if you’re not – here are four sure-fire ways to detect a Dumb Bell:
- Visiting anarchists who show up at and burn down local neighborhoods for kicks and grins on Soros’ dime.
- Anyone who actually swallowed that “If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep your healthcare plan” line.
- Drivers with vehicles that are sporting a “Forward!” bumper sticker – if you can still find one.
- Anarchistic, lawless masses acting like anarchistic, lawless masses while blaming law enforcement for noticing.
If you’re sick of these li’l sweethearts and the War on Police some of them are waging across the fruited plain, take heart. A San Antonio resident has a quick, easy and tangible way for you to show your support for local law enforcement.
All you need is a little dry weather, a can of blue paint and halfway decent aim. (This is so easy, even a lib can figure it out. Soon as they step away from the tofu and get their hands out of your wallet.)
Anthony Welichko of San Antonio launched the Safe Harbor Initiative after recent high-profile attacks on police. He took to social media urging peeps to paint a simple blue line on a curb near their home to show their support for local police.
Welichko wrote on Facebook:
“To all law enforcement who see this line, know that the residents of this home appreciate your service and dedication to keeping the peace. Know that when you enter the neighborhood and see these lines that you are not alone or without ‘back-up.’ We do not need the media to make our voices of support for our police and emergency services heard (though it would be nice). Lastly, if you are in my neighborhood and mean to harm a member of law enforcement, know that decision may be hazardous you (sic) health as someone has that officers (sic) back!”
Unless you’ve been in a cave or a coma or buried in The Apprentice lately, you may have noticed that there’s a war on police. Welichko created the campaign to remind people that police put their lives on the line every day “to protect and serve.” He told KENS5.com:
“Every single day they’re here protecting us. Our families. Our children. They absolutely deserve that respect, and they need to know we appreciate that.”
That’s where he came up with the “thin blue line” curb concept. In a follow-up post, Welichko explains:
“This is not an organized movement requiring one to join, sign-up or reach out for permission. If you wish to show your support the same way I have then grab a can of paint and go for it.”
As for that dumb bell detection thing. Try calling one of those sweethearts the next time you need a cop.
H/T: The Daily Caller
Photo Credit: Anthony Welichko, Facebook