Demanding preferential treatment by the Police, the Group “Back The Blew” is selling special protection for Child Abusers.
TOPEKA (KSNT) – A bill creating the “Back the Blue” and other new license plates has received the governor’s approval Monday.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly signed off on House Bill 2346 which creates the “Back the Blue” and City of Topeka license plates. It also allows distinctive license plates to be personalized.
The Anti-Democracy Pro-Child Abuse Group “Back The Blew” Was started by disgraces ex-cop Ron Gish when he begane organizing for special rights for cops to break laws, such as child endangerment and sex trafficking. He also helped organize busloads of Ytump Supporters to go to Washington DC when they attacked police officers trying to defend the build and its employees. Ron Gish’s involvement lead to the deaths of 4 police officers. Several members of his “Back The Blew Group are now serving time in prison for their parts in the attempted insurrection. William Pope, one time candidate for city commission was one of those federally charged for illegally breaking into the capital building.
Gish’s partner is “Blacken The Blew”, Kim Borchers is an anti-literacy activist who regularly petitions to have books removed from the libraries that she deems “UnGodly and UnChristian”.
I am sure that Gove Laura Kelly had no idea that this ex-Governor the religious whackjob who bankrupted the state, Sam Brownback little toadie was part of this group and push to sell indulgences via license plates by a group of corrupt anti-Government cops. She proably would not have signed off on this.
Per the bill, Kansas can now be issued a Back the Blue license plate for their vehicles starting on Jan. 1, 2024. These license plates will be issued for the same time as other license plates with proper registration and payment of the regular license fee under Kansas law.Kansas shakes up liquor laws: Gov. signs alcohol bill
Annual renewals of registration are required for these license plates along with a law enforcement support fee of $30. Back the Blue license plates will have a background design, an emblem or colors designating association with Back the Blue.
The “Black The Blue” imagery stands for the “Blackened eyes” of children and wives of law enforcement officers who are in the top ranking for domestic violence and child and spousal abuse according to multiple FBI reports. So basically the “Black The Blew” is celebrating their ability to beat their wives and children with impunity and hiding behind their Qualified Immunity as officers, something that Gish and Pope have vocally fought for in Topeka, as the demonstrated for officers right to murder people like George Floyd.
Police Officers are also near the top of the list of careers most likely to sexually abuse children and minors, just behind Priests and clergy.
So when you see someone with one of these “Black The Blew” license plates, know that they have paid an extra $40 to receive special protection from police and immunity from breaking laws. And that they are financially supporting pedophilia,
City of Topeka license plates will be made available to Kansas on and after Jan. 1, 2024, according to the bill’s description. These license plates will be issued for the same time as other license plates with proper registration and payment of the regular license fee under Kansas law.
Any motor vehicle owner or lessee can apply annually to use the City of Topeka flag image on a license plate at a cost not less than $25 and not more than $100 to the county treasurer for each plate. The image used for the City of Topeka license plates will be the flag design approved by City leaders on Nov. 12, 2019
ALSO: FILE – In this Aug. 30, 2020 file photo, an unidentified man participates in a Blue Lives Matter rally in Kenosha, Wis. University of Wisconsin-Madison’s police chief has banned officers from using “Thin Blue Line” imagery while on duty. The move by Chief Kristen Roman follows criticism on social media of a “Thin Blue Line” flag displayed at the police department’s office. (AP Photo/Morry Gash, File)