Ulysha Renee Hall


Yo Black folks- listen up. Texas just appointed a black women to be the chief of police. Hey, I’m white and I’m pissed off!!! Actually, I am glad to see this as it obliterates the freaking race card/ white privilege bullshit that liberals slam down our throats every single day and night- that is when they aren’t obsessing on Russia. 

Anyways, a young black woman named Ulysha Renee Hall will make history in Dallas, Texas in September, when she becomes the city’s first female police chief.



Hall, 46, currently deputy chief of the Detroit Police Department, was selected from a field of seven finalists that included another woman, Deputy Chief Carmen Best of Seattle.

Hmmm. Detroit? That place is a mess.

Seattle? Ultra liberal cesspool.


Hall followed in her father’s footsteps by choosing a career in law enforcement. He was killed in the line of duty when she was just 6 months old.

Wow, that is so sad.

Fox News has more:

Now, Hall will head a Dallas force that’s still coping with the tragedy of July 7, 2016, when a sniper killed five city officers and wounded nine others, as well as two civilians.

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Those shootings – by a veteran who had served in Afghanistan — were believed to be an act of retaliation against police officers. They closely followed two high-profile cases, in Minnesota and Louisiana, in which police officers had fatally shot black men.


Hall, who is African-American, will succeed former Dallas Police Chief David Brown, also African-American, who retired shortly after the tragic shootings.

Brown recently tweeted his support for the selection of Hall.

“I am so honored to be able to serve as the next police chief of the city of Dallas,” said Hall during a press conference. “The men and women of Dallas are my priority — that they have my unwavering support.”

Of the nation’s 50 largest police agencies, only five are headed by women – with Hall to make it six. Women currently hold roughly 13 percent of law enforcement positions in the U.S.

Let’s hope this fine woman knows that #BLUELIVESMATTER is far more important than #BlackLivesMatter.

Good luck hun and stay safe out there. If you screw up you can bet we will be reporting it so keep it real and play it straight.

Remember, the goal is to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!!

God Bless!

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