Wiktionary? Seriously?NS8401 wrote: ↑Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:51 amYou’re right... facts are our friends...
Most of your doctors and teachers keep their jobs too... especially teachers. About 1% of any profession is corrupt or messed up in some way. That’s what leads to turnover, new hires and a job cycle. If cops never got fired or quit or what have you then hiring them would be rare. It’s not.
Blanketly is an adverb:
How else would you like to fail today?
Do you always do your research through Wikis?
Try an actual dictionary there, Skippy! Webster.com says about "blanketly" - "The word you've entered isn't in the dictionary. Click on a spelling suggestion below or try again using the search bar above."
Oh, and doctors and teachers normally don't carry guns, yell at people to stop recording them, or kill innocent unarmed people and pretend that their safety was at risk as an excuse.
Even with your ignorance, I still have a hard time believing that you're okay with "1%" of cops being bad. That's 9,000 monsters on the loose, sporting a god complex, where it's their way or death.