A Louisiana Police officer was a subject of deceit and treachery by the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office that fired him after an Antifa Facebook page has launched a harassment campaign against him due to his connections to the Proud Boys.
The Sheriff’s Office issued a claim that deputy Brian Green’s termination occurred due to his involvement with the pro-America group that is very likely to impact “public perception” when the anti-cop California Antifa page “Eat the Rich” went after him.
“If it was a bunch of local housewives picketing outside the station they MIGHT have a point, but this is just some random Antifa on his computer in California. Someone who wants to murder all cops,” Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes told the Gateway Pundit. “We are the most pro-cop club in the country.”
Internal Affairs had launched an investigation into Green on August 8, after being posted screenshots of pro-Proud Boys posts on Green’s social media accounts. The Eat the Rich page had been urging followers from all around the country to flood the Sheriff’s Office Facebook page and tag local media outlets.
Though the Internal Affairs investigation has shown that the Proud Boys are not a hate group, the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office capitulated to Antifa anyways — due to being concerned about the Sheriff’s re-election.
Speaking to the Gateway Pundit, Green reported that the Sheriff’s Office had offered to let him quit his job due to a violation of their social media policy that says deputies are forbidden to post anything that is likely to discredit the office, but he rejected the offer and got fired by the end of the day.
“My personal opinion is that they are caving to pressure from people who don’t even live in Louisiana, or my parish specifically,” Green told the Gateway Pundit. “I would like to put out there that in five years of working for the Sheriff’s Office I have never had a negative complaint against me. I’ve never had any disciplinary action taken against me. There has been a good size outreach from the deputies that work within the Sheriff’s Office who are in support of me, and the public of Plaquemines Parish has reached out in support of me.”
The Eat the Rich Facebook page has called for pursuing Green and hound any business that hires him.
The original Antifa post included a photo of his young daughter, who was also subjected to threats. We have edited her photo out.
The Proud Boys are an anti-alt-right and anti-Antifa conservative pro-Western group for men. The group is extremely pro-law enforcement, unlike the people who aim to destroy the deputy’s life. The group is also extremely diverse and doesn’t support racism.
“It’s the tyranny of the Alt-Left,” McInnes said. “They are praised by CNN and politicians alike. They are mainstream.”
McInnes noted that it’s like the Halifax 5 all over again, and that “men who are expected to die for us are treated like garbage when some random piece of sh-t says they’re offended. I’m embarrassed on behalf of society at large.”
The Sheriff’s Office is standing behind their decision.
“The Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s office does not support the organization or its ideals, and law enforcement, in general, has an obligation to treat all people equally, fairly and impartially,” the department said in a statement.
Just about recently a female deputy at the Clark County Sheriff’s Office in Washington, Erin Willey, was fired from her job for wearing a Proud Boys Girls shirt on social media.