A entire movement was born from a simple act of kindness. Like you, we were searching for a way to give back and fight for our brave men and women who leave their families every morning to serve and protect our communities and those we love. The opportunity arose one afternoon as my son and I saw an officer sitting in his vehicle in a parking lot. That moment is where it all began.

We pulled up beside him to say “thank you” and asked if we might be able to bring lunch for all the officers in our local police station. With gratitude, he shared with me how to coordinate lunch, and we talked for a few minutes.

What started as lunch grew into the organization, BOLSTER THE BLUE®. The following day, as my son and I brought hand-written thank-you cards for each officer and lunch, we were humbled by the impact this small gesture had. An officer asked if I would stand in the gap for them at the next Board of Supervisors meeting in support of qualified immunity. I agreed, and from that moment, a movement was born.

We are now an entire organization of like-minded patriots who speak out at Board of Supervisors meetings, we e-mail and call and meet with local and state legislators, we protest progressive reform measures in public, we speak out to local media, and we host community events to increase awareness about efforts to dismantle safety in our communities and country. Our movement has spread, and we are now an entire army of formidable opponents.

Join us today on the front lines by signing up for our newsletter, and e-mail us to learn more about how you can join our fight in your community and preserve the safety we all cherish.

Building the Case Against Descano


Let us know if you live in any of these areas. We are building out task forces to stand up and fight back against rogue attorneys.

Amy Ashworth: Prince William County and City of Manassas

Anton Bell – City of Hampton

Buta Biberaj – Loudoun County – Big Money funded

Parisha Dehghani-Tafti – Arlington County and City of Falls Church – Big Money funded

Steve Descano – Fairfax County and City of Fairfax – Big Money funded

Howard Gwynn – City of Newport News

James Hingeley – Albemarle County – Big Money funded

Stephanie Morales – City of Portsmouth – Big Money funded

Joseph Platania – City of Charlottesville

Bryan Porter – City of Alexandria

Shannon Taylor – Henrico County

Gregory Underwood – City of Norfolk

According to Gallup, Black Americans Want Police to Retain Local Presence

WASHINGTON, D.C. — When asked whether they want the police to spend more time, the same amount of time or less time than they currently do in their area, most Black Americans — 61% — want the police presence to remain the same. This is similar to the 67% of all U.S. adults preferring the status quo, including 71% of White Americans.

Meanwhile, nearly equal proportions of Black Americans say they would like the police to spend more time in their area (20%) as say they’d like them to spend less time there (19%).

These findings are from a June 23-July 6 Gallup Panel survey, administered by web in English and conducted as part of the newly launched Gallup Center on Black Voices. The study includes large samples of Black, Hispanic and Asian Americans, weighted to their correct proportions of the population.

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