Local left wing blogger and Never Trumper, Mike ‘Jackie’ Brown, in his Western Word blog on Monday took some nasty and uncalled for shots at Cascade County Sheriff Jesse Slaughter.
Among other slurs against our hardworking and popular sheriff, Brown belched out the following:
“But then we have rookie Sheriff Jesse Slaughter ride into the scene. Of all things he could do, the Tribune reported he issued a news release Friday morning criticizing Larson for holding a Dupaul in contempt of court for refusing to wear a mask.”
Right on Sheriff Slaughter. You are exactly on point for criticizing Larson, and from everything I’ve seen and read you have a majority of the public behind you.
Brown sitting around on his arrogant butt, behind his keyboard criticizing a lifelong law enforcement professional like Sheriff Slaughter, calling him ‘rookie’, would be laughable if it weren’t so pathetic and inappropriate.
Jesse Slaughter ain’t no rookie when it comes to law enforcement, Jack, or Jackie, or whatever. Our sheriff has a very extensive law enforcement resume and a long list of accomplishments and experience.
Brown just comes off as an ignorant, lazy jackass for implying otherwise.
If Brown wants folks to take his little blog seriously, and no one I’ve talked to does, then he should do a little digging and research before he smears a dedicated public servant like Slaughter as a ‘rookie’ etc.
Brown’s hit piece on Slaughter paints Judge Larson’s actions as wrong for “…sentencing Dupaul to 24 hours in Cascade County’s coronavirus hotspot, instead of a stiff fine…”, and he’s right about that. But that’s just the set-up for Brown to go after Sheriff Slaughter.
Brown ends his condescending drivel with this – “In this situation Judge Larson is dumb and Sheriff Slaughter is dumber.”
Nah. But Brown did hit the hat trick; he’s dumb, dumber and dumbest for being a do-nothing, armchair critic of others who are actually on the front lines doing the hard work of public service while Brown smears them from afar, cluelessly believing he’s relevant.