St. Louis County police officer Dan Page, the St. Louis cop who was caught on camera shoving an African-American CNN reporter and engaging in an insane birther rant at an Oath Keepers meeting in which he declared, “I kill everybody,” was suspended after the video surfaced. Now, he will be rewarded for his disgusting actions.
Page has officially retired from the St. Louis police force. The racist, violent “public servant’s” last day on the job was Monday, August 25 (three days after he was suspended), according to Sgt. Colby Dolly, an aid to the St. Louis County Police Chief. Page will be receiving a full pension, despite his actions.
“I flew to Africa, right there, and I went to our undocumented president’s home,” Page said in the video. “He was born in Kenya.” He also told the group that he loves Jesus, but “I’m also a killer.” He explained that, “I’ve killed a lot. And if I need to, I’ll kill a whole bunch more. If you don’t want to get killed, don’t show up in front of me. I have no problems with it. God did not raise me to be a coward.”
“ I kill everybody,” he said — which made him the perfect candidate to work the Ferguson protests, where there were numerous instances of law enforcement tear gassing people in their own back yards, making racist remarks, and acting in a manner more befitting of a Klan rally than a peaceful protest.
Watch Page earn his pension below: