Jeffrey McCarty decided to celebrate his ninth birthday by having a party at Fox’s Pizza and inviting local law enforcement over to have a slice to show his appreciation for the brave men and women who serve his community.
This kid already has more class in one little finger than the entire progressive movement possesses combined. We need more young men like this in our country.
It was Jeffrey McCarty’s ninth birthday and his second annual police pizza party he held to celebrate his appreciation of local law enforcement.Advertisement - story continues below
“We don’t have a lot of family out here, but we have a lot of blue line family here,” said Ashley Matesic, Jeffrey’s mother.
More than a dozen officers showed up to give the Jeffrey gifts, eat pizza and enjoy the company of a young boy who was smiling from ear to ear at being surrounded by his heroes.Trending:
Jeffrey got to try on a bomb suit from a Allegheny County bomb squad that was also at the pizzeria.
“It was heavy, but I could manage,” Jeffrey said.Advertisement - story continues below
The pizza party is just one way Jeffrey shows his appreciation for local and regional police. Through the organization Jeffrey’s Joy for All Heroes, Jeffrey, who lives in Aliquippa, has given cupcakes, pendants and prayer cards to officers around the county and around the region.
“His mission is to bring joy and recognition to the past, present and future generations of law enforcement,” Matesic said.
Jeffrey’s mission started back in 2016 after the Dallas police shooting where five officers died during a violent ambush. Nine other officers were injured in the incident.
The young boy saw the footage of what happened on the news and decided to take action, wanting to do something to help ease the pain and suffering caused by the incident. So he made cupcakes and dropped them off at the local police station.
This little dude should give us all a shining light of hope for future generations of Americans, that despite the brainwashing of the left in public schools, there are still good kids out there looking to do the right thing and make a difference.
Good job, kid.
Source: Times Online