A New paltz, New York police officer, Robert Sisco, has been placed on administrative leave after the brave cop posted a rap video online that attacks transgender people, Hillary Clinton, Black Lives Matter protests, and accuses China of sending the coronavirus to America. The most notably attack was that of Hillary Clinton, He encouraged violence against Hillary Clinton, suggesting that she should be hanged for Treason.
The Black police officer was wearing his full uniform when he short the video, and he was also sitting inside his patrol car.
Robert Sisco has attracted numerous complaints and praise after posting the video of him rapping in his police car live on social media.
With his full police uniform and with his name tag on show, he rapped the lyrics bellow:
There’s only two genders and Trump’s still your president
Boys have a penis and girls have a vagina
This whole coronavirus was sent here from China
Hillary is Killary we all know the reason
Where those emails at? We should hang her for treason
I try to keep calm cause it’s good for my health
But we all know Epstein didn’t kill himself
Despite the aggressive attack on Hillary Clinton through his lyrics, the police officer also included a verse towards the end insisting that he would rather use his words than resorting to violence.
This video have caused outrage in the New Paltz community, coming as it did in the middle of Pride Month, and at a time when police are under increased scrutiny after Floyd was murdered by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
The town of new Paltz board shared a “unanimously written” message on Tuesday stating that it was “committed to repairing trust with our New Paltz transgender and LGBTQ+ community members and they will look into the matter.
They wrote that, they are so sorry that the trust of many in their community has been broken and that their safety feels threatened, they also said that No one in their town should have to feel that way about the town’s police.
The New Paltz police force has initiated an internal investigation , and they are working closely with the police commission to “explore and direct responsive action against the police officer.
Police chief Rob Lucchesi said there is no set timeframe for how long the investigation will take into Sisco’s conduct. In accordance with his union contract he is still being paid his full salary while on leave depending on when the investigation is over and the unrest calms down.
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