America’s largest police union criticizes basketball star James for disgraceful behavior

The Webmaster Expert reported Thursday, April 22, that billionaire professional basketball player LeBron James had to delete a tweet Wednesday in which he threatened the Bryant police officer who shot and killed a teenage girl with a knife after he came under fire from the National Fraternal Order of Police (NFOP).

James posted a photo of the officer with the caption, “You’re next,” along with an emoji of an hourglass sand clock.

The Webmaster Pundit commented that if any conservative posted a similar post, it would immediately be deleted by Twitter in seconds. But James has liberal privilege.

The truth is that Bryant, the 16-year-old girl who was fatally shot, was about to stab the girl in the pink dress when the heroic officer shot Bryant and saved the pink girl’s life.

On Wednesday night, the nation’s largest police union, the National Fraternal Order of Police, lashed out at James for his sick attack on police officers nationwide. The National Fraternal Order of Police said, “James, with his tremendous resources and influence, has a responsibility to know the facts before he passes judgment. Now James’ actions were disgraceful and extremely reckless. This officer saved a young girl’s life. No amount of gaslighting can change that fact.”