When you have a president and attorney general who refuse to do their jobs enforcing the law, is it any wonder a cretinous group of street thugs have no fear of law enforcement?
The Bloods have vowed to kill more Jersey City cops to avenge the thug the police shot dead this week after he executed a rookie officer, The Post has learned.
The violent street gang has threatened to “kill a Jersey City cop and not stop until the National Guard is called out,” a senior law enforcement source revealed.
Police are even being warned that violent Bloods gang members may be traveling from out-of-state to target officers in New Jersey, according to an internal Port Authority advisory obtained by The Post.
“New Jersey State Police has received credible information from the Jersey City Police Department about specific threats toward Jersey City police officers and law enforcement,” the advisory read.
“The United Blood Nation may take retaliatory action against police officers.”
That punk Eric Holder was babbling the other days about homegrown domestic terrorists keeping him awake at night, but we doubt he had these thugs in mind.
Cops throughout New Jersey have been warned to use extra caution due to the threatened retaliation, which follows three police-involved shootings in the city.
The gang threat was made in direct response to the fatal Jersey City police shooting of Lawrence Campbell moments after he ambushed Melvin Santiago in a Walgreens parking lot early Sunday morning.
Santiago had been responding to an armed robbery at the 24-hour drugstore when Campbell unleashed a barrage of bullets, leaving 13 holes across the patrol car’s windshield.
Santiago, 23, was shot in the head.
Meanwhile, a News 12 New Jersey reporter was dismissed from his job for speaking truths that shall not be spoken.
A white TV reporter who voiced his opinions about black families and relations with police during a segment about a fatal police shooting said Tuesday he was suspended from his station and won’t return.
Sean Bergin said he was suspended from News 12 New Jersey without pay on Monday and with pay on Tuesday. Bergin, a contracted employee, said the station told him that his assignments would be cut to one a week and he declined to remain in the position.
Bergin’s report, which aired Sunday, featured the widow of a black man who police say shot a rookie Jersey City police officer to death and who was then killed by officers responding to the shooting. The widow, Angelique Campbell, told Bergin that Lawrence Campbell should have killed more officers, but she later apologized.
Bergin said in his report that the underlying cause of an anti-police mentality is young black men growing up without fathers.
“It’s important to shine a light on this anti-cop mentality that has so contaminated America’s inner cities,” Bergin said after airing the widow’s comments and showing a memorial for her husband. “The underlying cause of all of this, of course, young black men growing up without fathers.”
Frankly we’re mildly surprised Holder isn’t launching a hate crimes investigation into Bergin for daring to state the obvious.