James Woods Tweets Out Honor Roll For Police Officers Who Died In 2020

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Conservative actor James Woods has started a campaign on Twitter listing all police officers who died in the line of duty in 2020.

Woods Tweets Honour Roll Of Officers

James Woods started tweeting out the names of police officers who died in the line of duty in 2020 earlier this week.

“Some will be from deaths seemingly unrelated,” he wrote, but clarified that “a cancer death, however, may have resulted from assisting during the World Trade Center rescue and aftermath, for example.”

Woods eventually tweeted out 101 dedications over 2 days to officers and some K9 officers who also died in the line of duty. The number one cause of death this year was COVID-19, with 47 of the officers dying due to complications caused by the disease, with the next biggest killer of gunfire at 23, then automobile collisions claiming another 12 lives.

However, Twitter didn’t seem to like that Woods had dedicated his time to memorializing police officers, as his account was temporarily locked.

“Twitter offered no explanation for locking my account,” Woods tweeted.

“I had started posting the names of all police officers who have died in the line of duty this year,” he continued, adding that he was “nowhere near going through the 97 names (as of this date), but I’m guessing it irked one of the lefties in charge.”

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Truly A National Treasure!

James Woods has stood fervently in favor of the police and our law enforcement officers against the violent mobs that have taken to the streets of the country in recent days. Recent movements have started to “defund the police” – Woods’s solution was for those people to simply “opt out” of law enforcement protection.

I don’t think I’ve seen any other celebrity really stand up against the outrage mob (and in this case, literal mob), anything like James Woods has. If anyone’s next on the list for “national treasure” status, I think he would be a pretty darn good recipient.

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