National Police Union Calls for Boycott of Cop-Hater Quentin Tarantino Movies (Video)
The National Association of Police Organizations – a group representing 1,000 police units across America – have announced a boycott of Quentin Tarantino movies.
Tarantino marched last week at a Black Lives Matter anti-cop rally in New York City and told the crowd police are murderers.
The protesters were chanting “F*ck the police!” as they marched with Tarantino from Bryant Park to midtown.
The Wrap reported:
Latest escalation puts director’s “The Hateful Eight” and any future movies in crosshairs of cops nationwide.
The police boycott of Quentin Tarantino‘s “The Hateful Eight” has received the endorsement of the National Association of Police Organizations — a group representing 1,000 police units and associations and over 241,000 sworn law enforcement officers.
Not only does the organization support the protesting unions, including cops in New York, Los Angeles, Houston, New Jersey, Chicago and Philadelphia — they are discouraging police officers from engaging in promotional efforts and any future productions that routinely need their assistance.
“We ask officers to stop working special assignments or off-duty jobs, such as providing security, traffic control or technical advice for any of Tarantino’s projects,” a statement on NAPO’s website said.