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BOOM: Sheriff Joe Makes Defiant Move Against Obama And The Muslims

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After the terrorist attack on two military installations in Chattanooga, Tenn., by a crazed Islamic radical on July 16, President Barack Hussein Obama’s administration did nothing, save for issue the shocking order that military recruiters refrain from dressing in uniform.

Famed Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, on the other hand, took immediate action by “sending his all-volunteer posse to stand guard outside a recruitment center in Maricopa County.”

Furthermore, Arpaio planned to do this again for the second week in a row, despite objections from the Obama administration, which apparently preferred that our recruiters remain defenseless.

“(T)he military and the Defense Department do not like it — the citizens standing guard — but my posse is all-citizen volunteer, although they are well-trained and wear uniforms and so forth, but they are still citizen volunteers, and since I’ve been sheriff I’ve hired thousands of such citizens for my posse,” Arpaio explained to reporters.

The Army Reserve center was reportedly pleased with Arpaio’s efforts and had in fact been the one that initially requested his service.

Officers there had observed “a noticeable increase in surveillance and the photographing” of their facility.

The goal in recruiting Arpaio was to protect the soldiers present until the “threat level” declined.

According to Breitbart, the sheriff did the same for black churches in Maricopa County after the mass murder in Charleston, S.C., by alleged shooter Dylann Roof. More

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