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Fire Chief Removing Thin Blue Line Stripe from Tulsa Fire Trucks

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The Tulsa (OK) Fire Department is removing blue stripes from its fire trucks because the chief thinks the symbols of law enforcement support may send the wrong message to some people. More Here.

June 07, 2017
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MCSO 51-59 Retired @ 6/7/2017 10:25 PM

The first words I thought of was "Pathetic Liberal Loser". After reading the article and listening to the chief explaining his reason for removing the Blue Line Symbols, Leads me to believe he is a "Liberal Anti Law Enforcement Fool".

The chief is a City Employee, his actions should be reviewed by the City Manager and City Council who should unanimously over turn his decision and order the symbols of Support For Law Enforcement immediately put back on not only the Fire Engines but every City Owned Vehicle. After that is done, the chief should publicly apologize to Every Police Officer and Fire Fighter in Tulsa before being FIRED.

MRV @ 6/13/2017 9:29 PM

I did not see the American flag on the fire truck. Is that because they also send the wrong message?

Alan @ 6/20/2017 6:42 PM

This is shameful. The elected officials, public and career firefighters should be outraged.

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