Proverbs 21:30

Rick Dalton: Peace officers are a shield not a sword

(TRUNEWS) Retired Arizona peace officer Rick Dalton says law enforcement should be a shield not a sword, while serving and upholding the constitutional rights of the people.

Dalton’s statements were made during an exclusive interview with Rick Wiles of TRUNEWS on Wednesday, while discussing how the federal government has effectively militarized local police forces.

Dalton said that there are two main factors — training and education — which have accelerated the transformation of America’s ‘small town police departments’ into tactical arms of the federal government. Only a few decades ago peace officers predominantly believed in god, wanted to uphold the constitution, and felt accountable to a higher power for their job performance. Now, Dalton said, protect and serve has been removed from most departments cruisers, and officers feel their primary job is as a supervisor to the people they are sworn to protect.

The removal of the iconic ‘Protect and Serve’ slogan was not the only step liberal police lieutenants and leaders have taken. The current recruiting process, Dalton said, works to eliminate those who hold strong moral beliefs — including Christians.

Dalton noted that public school education has contributed to this distorted perception, actively teaching children that their rights come the state rather than our creator.

During the interview Rick Dalton also addressed:

Hillary Clinton’s renewed push for gun control, and how it will effect peace officers.

What the CSPOA stands for, and how it is working to combat tyranny.

The example of CSPOA member and Pinetop-Lakeside Arizona Police Chief David Sargent.

Liberty County Sheriff Nick Finch and his constitutional battle against Florida governor Rick Scott.

The kangaroo court decision from an unelected panel of state lawyers to remove Judge Ray Moore for his refusal to issue same-sex marriage licenses.

CSPOA’s plan to peacefully take back America, one county at a time.

Why its more than a right, but an essential duty to personally protect yourself, your families, and your freedom.

“And the said constitution would never be construed to authorize congress to infringe on the just liberty of the free press, or the rights of the conscience, or to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceful citizens from keeping their own arms.” – Samuel Adams (6 February 1788), Massachusetts convention to ratify US Constitution



May 12, 2016 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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