WATCH: Nick Knowles Sticks Up For The Police During TV Interview

TV legend Nick Knowles, or, Sir Nick Knowles as we like to call him, has stuck up for the police during an interview on ‘Good Morning Britain’.

The fact that anyone needs to stick up for the police when we are relying on them to prevent our country from falling apart is a travesty in itself.

But the usual suspects and attention-seekers in some sections of the mainstream media who have a long-held attitude problem when it comes to ‘authority’, have been having a field day with attention-seeking YouTube wannabes who have been filming the police as they try to do their job.

In the interview (below), Nick said that he was trying to ‘champion the cause’ when it comes to highlighting the fantastic work of the emergency services.

He pointed out that at a time when we are, quite rightly, singing the praises of the healthcare sector; the police seem to be coming in for criticism for enforcing the laws which the democratically elected government have put into place.

Remember; these are rules which are intended to save lives!

Nick made a sterling effort of speaking up for the lads and lasses in blue, as the video below clearly shows:

6 thoughts on “WATCH: Nick Knowles Sticks Up For The Police During TV Interview

  1. Thank goodness- at last ! Some recognition for Our police heroes, facing risk everyday from violence and now an additional risk that they also take home to their families . Our media and press should be ashamed of their tactics and acknowledge our police and the sacrifice they are making alongside the NHS etc . Other countries police use prison, rubber bullets and sticks to maintain lockdown without backlash , ours say ‘ please go home’ and get nothing but grief from our press .

    1. All comments are true,we must support our police, these idiots need putting away and throwaway the key!

  2. Theodore Roosevelt Sorbonne in Paris, April 23rd, 1910

    “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.

  3. I have watched videos of idiots holding parties thereby possibly spreading Covid-19 speaking as if they’re clever when challenging the Police who are trying to make them sensible citizens. Unfortunately these idiots are so selfish that it’s always going to be a losing battle. Let’s hope it’s the idiots, not those Police or the poor public around them who catch the virus! If they do, they’ll obviously squeal louder than other unfortunate patients.

  4. Oh Dear! What a world we are in. It is not the Police that need investigating or criticising (although they have in the past and got away with a lot! I know from personal professional experience).
    Today it’s Journalists and Journalism that needs to be independently assessed and reviewed. Journalism takes a story and sensationalises to sell papers. Journalist twist and misquote what people say in order to create a story. Journalist courses teach young journalists how to do so. Journalism is nothing to do with fact. It’s to do with prejudice, how to satisfy peoples’ prejudices and ultimately how to sell.
    Even local newspapers sell false, inaccurate and sensational headlines without permission from those involved just in order to sell.

    Bob Chard

  5. High time these front line officers get the recognition that their commitment deserves. l did the job circa 1974 through the years and l would not want to do it today. There was in my day a certain amount of respect shown towards the Police. That word Respect is very lacking with certain parts of our Society. The job is now much more dangerous and more open for Spurious complaints, mostly from known toerags and the usual suspects and chancers. Without Law and Order, there will be anarchy. Respect starts at Home , taught in school and should be taken seriously through life. That’s how l was brought up as was many of millions of others who do not break the laws of this land.

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