Captain Higgins: We Are a Nation at War

Many of us know and love Captain Clay Higgins for his no-nonsense, hard hitting videos. The outspoken Sheriff’s Captain resigned from the St. Landry Parish Sheriff Department at the end of February after Sheriff Bobby J. Guidroz told him to “‘tone down’ his unprofessional comments on our weekly Crime Stoppers messages”

Sheriff Guidroz said, “He disagreed with my orders.”

Announcing his resignation on the steps of the St. Landry Parish Courthouse, Higgins said, “I will not kneel to violent street gangs. I will not kneel to murderers or the parents that raised them. I will not kneel to a discredited, wanna-be, black activist that doesn’t really have the best interest of his people in mind, who just wants to make a profit. I will not kneel to bureaucrats in Baton Rouge, Washington or anywhere else who have forgotten why they wear a badge and who have forgotten who they serve.”

Thankfully, following his resignation, Captain Higgins has found a higher calling.


“American resolve will not fade. Our nation will not go quietly into that good night. Our elections in November will witness the voice of America sounded as thunder around the world. We will not allow the most despicable and cowardly evil the pits of Hell have ever devised to destroy us. We will not be defeated by enemies foreign, nor domestic. We are an America United. We are one.”