01:32 "Sometimes the silent majority needs to stand up for what they believe in and think should be done, said Semmel."
06:27 "Part of their message is for new officers to recognize that the weight they feel with their badges is dwarfed by the weight carried by those who worry for their safety until they come through the door at home, ripping open the Velcro fasteners to take off their vests."
08:10 "The harassment became so bad for the restaurant that employees took extreme measures to protect themselves, while the smokehouse removed its Facebook page after online trolls caused ratings to plummet."
09:43 "In one video, Williams bragged about his followers having forced the restaurant to delete their Facebook ASAP and encouraged people to place realistic to-go orders they never intend to pick up after leaving bad reviews on Google."
10:17 "Nearly 1,000 motorcycles and cars proceeded out of Woodstock Harley-Davidson Saturday to support Law Enforcement Officers in McHenry County."
In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, motorcycle-riding rallyists appeared in the hundreds to support separate "Back the Blue" rallies in Livingston County and Woodstock.
In Tulsa, law enforcement and their supporters mourn the death of Sgt. Craig Johnson as another officer recovers in the hospital.
Meanwhile, in Chattanooga, a false rumor about a steakhouse's food donation to a "Back the Blue" rally causes Black Lives Matters activists to harass them with threats of violence.
00:24 "Back the Blue Ride and Rally" in Livingston draws hundreds of supporters
03:33 Tulsa mourns the death of Sgt. Craig Johnson
06:54 Chattanooga steakhouse harassed by Black Lives Matter activists after rumor of "Back the Blue" food donation
10:13 Hundreds of people join the "Back the Blue" rally in Woodstock Harley-Davidson