For the past few weeks, thousands of anti-Trump, anti-police, anti-personal hygiene, and anti-military ANTIFA protesters have descended upon New York City and taken to the streets rioting, looting, and destroying the livelihoods of innocent small business owners who have actually worked hard to get where they are.
They are burning everything they can find. Everything from police precincts, to employment applications, to ditch weed. It seems like no one has been strong enough to overcome these enemies of the state. No one, that is, until now.
Fifty years ago a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum-security stockade to the New York City underground.
Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. Their motto is that if you have a problem if no one else can help, and if you can find them — maybe you can hire them.
Yet, at great personal risk to themselves, these men stood outside of the 27th Precinct, arm in arm with Detectives Lennie Briscoe and Mike Logan, Sandy Batt, and code names “Hannibal,” “Face,” “Howling Mad,” Murdock, and “B.A.” withstood thousands of rabid rioters and successfully defended the building and all personnel inside.
They also managed to take several hundred prisoners, both without a single shot fired, and also without making Detective Briscoe run.
The streets of New York are now much safer due to the efforts of these rogue heroes. Once reinforcements came, they were off in their trademark black van with the red stripe that no one ever seems to be able to find for some reason, ready for their next adventure.
I mean really, how many vans are out there that look like that? You’d think that there would be some cop somewhere that would see that van and figure out that it’s the one on all of those wanted posters.
Nevertheless, we are thankful that those rogue warriors are on our side and still love our country and our great President.