LA County Employee Removed After Horrifying Post About Deputy Ambush, "Won't Be in Our City" (7 Cartoons)

A Los Angeles county employee, Lynwood City Manager Jose Ometeotl, was put on leave after his shocking and horrifying post about the ambush of two sheriff deputies a few days ago.
Via Fox News:
The city manager of a Los Angeles-area suburb was put on paid administrative leave Tuesday after his social media post on the ambush shooting of two sheriffs’ deputies over the weekend was heavily criticized.
Jose Ometeotl was put on leave pending an internal investigation, Lynwood City Councilman Salvador Alatorre told Fox News following the council’s closed session meeting Tuesday night. Alatorre put forth the motion to discipline or dismiss Ometeotl following his personal Instagram post that read “chickens come home to roost” after two deputies were shot multiple times while sitting in their patrol vehicle Saturday in the nearby city of Compton.
Michelle Ramirez, the city’s director of community development, will step in as acting city manager.

Alatorre told Fox News in a text message that the move against Ometeotl was “Protocal” [sic] and that “he is gone, will not represent Lynwood anymore.”
“It’s a legal process to protect the city,” Alatorre added.
He previously said the city manager went beyond his authority with his remarks, even though it was posted to his private account.
This was the right thing to do.
No one with the views of the former city manager should be allowed to work in a leadership position with local government.
If you think cops deserve to be shot you should probably get a job working with the Democrat party.
In fact check out what a hero the female officer is. She took care of her partner before she tended to herself.
This police officer is a hero, and again if you think she deserved to get shot, you are an animal who has no place in government let alone civil society.
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