“I Resign.” I Can Relate

Eric Casebolt

Officer Eric Casebolt

The latest in a disgusting saga of mob rule having its way has come about with the resignation of Eric Casebolt.

Of course, unless you’ve been locked away in a coma the past few days, Eric Casebolt is the police officer at the center of attention during what amounts to a riot that broke out at a pool party in McKinney, Texas.

Video of Casebolt, or at least a short snippet of it, showed him doing due diligence with a mouthy female who refused to obey his instructions to leave the area so that order could be restored.

What many are not being told is the “rest of the story,” as the late Paul Harvey used to say during openings to his famous radio monologues.

Nevertheless, he has resigned and that without support of the police chief (Greg Conley), which in itself is disgusting.  According to him, Casebolt’s actions were “indefensible” and “out of control.”  Bullhockey!

What we have here is the sanctioning of evil because those persons in places of leadership will not back those combating it.

It is something I am all too familiar with, when I lost my teaching position a few years back when the administration at Tarrant County College did not have the cajones to stand up to the Islamic mob spirit that forced my resignation.

Back then I told them to tell the truth, which they never did, and then the media proceeded to smear me, as if I was some kind of pariah, when all I did was my due diligence as well by answering the Muslim student’s questions by reading from their material (i.e. the Koran).

To this day I have not taught since, nor do I really expect to.  Once a person is smeared, defamed, and made the target of prejudicial bigotry in the media, then that person might as well begin the search for fulfillment doing something totally different.

It is doubtful, with Eric Casebolt’s resignation, that he will find future employment in law enforcement, even though his lifetime of achievement, both in the military and in civilian life were exemplary.

Yet, this is the course this country is taking, when evil is exalted as good and good is damned as if it was evil.

What all the malcontents are failing to realize amid all the frenzy to steal, kill, and destroy is that such diabolism is destined to self-destruct.

When mouthy punks and prejudicial bigots among the lawyers and the media are allowed to rule the day, then there is no rule, and it will not be long until they start consuming each other.  There will be no law enforcement left to stop the mayhem either.

Moreover, when cowardly police chiefs and education administrators hide behind words like, “There is going to be a thorough investigation,” then you should know they are simply trying to find a way to appease the raucous and the unruly.

Because they know that if they don’t pacify the real bigots and evil doers in society, then they will become the targets of their vitriolic venom; and God knows we cannot have the cowards losing their positions of “leadership,” they are so valuable to everyone.

It is another sad day to go along with several sad days we have all seen the past few months.  Ferguson, Baltimore, and now McKinney, as well as, I’m absolutely certain, other places that have not become of national interest, the media is so fickle in its reporting.

Corporal Casebolt, I know it doesn’t mean squat to you and will not make one iota of difference, but I commend you.  You did what was right and now you are paying for it.  It is the byproduct of the spirit of the age in which we live.

May those who got in on the feeding frenzy with all of their inane commentary leading to your resignation now reap the fruits of their labor.  After all,Tyranny_Ahead what goes around does come around.

Since they want mob rule, lawlessness, and tyranny so badly, may they all experience that personally and that without police intervention to quell any of it.

Perhaps they will then reflect upon the amount of irrational hatred and diabolic rhetoric they have recently engaged in, leading up to their time of personal pain.

If not, then let them receive what they deserve and that without the possibility of resignation.

About the Author

President, Christian Apologetics Project PhD Candidate, Northwest University (2018) MA Apologetics w/ Honors, BIOLA University (2005) ThM, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (2003) MDiv, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (2000) BA Pastoral Ministry & Bible, Baptist Bible College (1992)

2 Comments on "“I Resign.” I Can Relate"

  1. Honestly after reading this article all I saw was a bunch off rejection of self-ownership. I won’t assume to know your situation author, but what is ‘wrong’ is that this officer escalated the situation, not de-escalated. Police are called “Peace Keepers” not riot control.
    Police are trained to handle a situation in a resolving manner, do you feel honestly that this officer was controlling the situation in a peaceful manner? These are kids, they might not be your kids, but they’re kids none-the-less. If you want to hold a child accountable for their actions more than the police officer that is idiotic. Plain and simple, you have a right to disagree with police. You even have a right to vocalize it, you don’t have a right to get physical with anyone though… Please explain, how often you hear about the victims being the first to through a punch in a fight? It’s 9/10 the bully who starts physical altercations (usually due to losing the verbal argument.)

    To many police are being bullies, it’s making it harder and harder for the good police to be trusted.

    • Reid, did you even watch the whole video or at least the 7-minute version? My guess is you didn’t, but are basing your judgment purely on about 3-4 seconds worth of carefully edited video that the media keeps playing to drill it into the minds of everyone their version of police brutality.

      Officer Casebolt did exactly what he should have done. Conversely, it is the juvenile delinquents and their failed parents who did not do what they should have done. So, without repeating what I’ve written, I’ll simply say an injustice is being served upon everyone by the media and the media whores fanning the flames of racism.

      Officer Casebolt should still be on the force and several of the juveniles who caused the “riot” should be paying heavily for their indiscretions. Moreover, the race-baiting media whores should be left talking to themselves and not be given one second worth of airtime. They are not worth anyone’s time. Period!

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