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Video: Bill O'Reilly and NJ cop talk 'anti-police' rapper


May 12, 2011
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Video: Bill O'Reilly and NJ cop talk 'anti-police' rapper

The President of the New Jersey State Troopers Fraternal Association slammed the Obama administration over rapper Common's White House invite

By PoliceOne Staff

WASHINGTON, DC – An influential law enforcement figure in New Jersey has a problem with the timing of one particular famous rapper’s invitation to the White House.

David Jones, President of the New Jersey State Troopers Fraternal Association, says that rapper Common, who he says holds anti-establishment and anti-law enforcement stances, should not be embraced in such an important venue. He says the invite is all the more offensive since his attendance will take place during Police Week.

He and Cable News anchor Bill O’Reilly discuss the invite in the video below. Let us know what you think.





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