I'm not sure I'd say I personally hate the police. I sure don't like them. Police do have a tough job. But that doesn't mean they can or should be able to get away with anything they want, which in this country they pretty much can and do. It's disgusting to me that the people who literally have the lives of the public in their hands are so unaccountable. And they know it. It's why they know they can lie and get away with it. It why they know that can engage in retaliatory arrests because someone "disrespected" them and get away with it. It's why they know they can fabricate evidence and get away with it.MR25 and Shyster, the dynamic duo of blind police hate!
I do think the trend may be changing. BLM and the protests are playing a part in that, but I think more than anything body cameras and a video recorder in everyone's phone are increasing accountability for the police. It's one thing to be told that police lie. It's another thing to watch a video and then read the police report or the police department's statement and see that the report doesn't match reality, such as the Buffalo police first trying to say that the old man they violently shoved to the ground " “tripped and fell.” I remain hopeful that we might be heading toward greater police accountability, but there's a long, long way to go.
"Blind" also implies hate (or dislike) without reason. There are 30 pages in this thread demonstrating why police have earned the dislike.