FOP Pres. John McNesby to Malcolm Jenkins: 'Stay In Your Own Lane'

Dom Giordano Program Recap | November 20, 2019

The Dom Giordano Program
November 20, 2019 - 1:22 pm

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PHILADELPHIA (1210 WPHT)- Controversy surrounds the hunt for a new police commissioner, and F.O.P. President John McNesby is now in the fight.

In an interview with The Dom Giordano Program, McNesby called out football player Malcolm Jenkins for attacking the police union.

"Stay in your lane. Basically, he's getting involved in policing when there's a process that's already three-quarters of the way through," said McNesby. "We already have a national organization leading the search for a police commissioner."

McNesby said the F.O.P. will work with the commissioner, no matter who gets the job. 

"Nobody is lock-stepping, in bed with the union," McNesby exclaimed.

McNesby called out both Jenkins and rapper Meek Mill for their town hall on policing.

"What you have a cop-hater and a convicted felon holding a forum for a new police commissioner," said McNesby. "What's next? A local drug dealer?"

McNesby also commented on his relationship with former commissioner Richard Ross. 

"We...very rarely aired it out in public," McNesby explained. "What's so ironic is that three or four days before he steps away, he's the best police commissioner in the country. He leaves, and now everybody is taking shots at him, especially these two clowns [Malcolm Jenkins and Meek Mill>."

According to McNesby, Jenkins and Mill have their own agenda in this fight. 

"They have a candidate that they're pushing behind-the-scenes," McNesby alleged.

Listen to the full interview with John McNesby below:

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