Gestapo goon squad shows up at Ocker’s door, attempts to intimidate and harrass him by waving a printout of his Fakebook page in his face, which includes a pic they threateningly allege might be legally-actionable evidence of his attendance at an “illegal protest.”
This guy right here gets it. He really does. These two officers of the corrupt law knocked on the wrong door.
A few highlights:
- First off, he’s laughing throughout this whole scene. Laughing in their faces. (Because this is all a joke.)
- “So, what are we here for? Are you here to serve me, or?…[laughter] It’s loserish, it’s like, sad. What is this? I mean, where are we going in life? We’ve got the cops coming around here to tell me that I’ve been at a protest six months ago.”
- “Why are you working for this corrupt government? What are you guys doing? Who are you serving? Are you serving us? Or are you serving the corrupt government and health officials that want no good for you? They’re not there for you.”
- “Black Lives Matter protest was 2 weeks before that! Was that illegal? You knocking on their doors? You’re not.”
- “So if I say no [I wasn’t there] you’re not going to give me the paperwork? You’re going to go home?”
- “You’re asking me if I’m at a protest six months ago. I don’t recall. I do not recall. I don’t recall, I’m sorry. I don’t recall. I don’t recall.”
Absolutely perfect. I hope these officers take something from what they’ve just heard. Probably they wont, though.
Good on ya for seeing those oinkers off proper, mate. A satisfying conclusion, right enough, but the post’s author closes on a sour note.
I’m so thankful to live in the Land of the Free!
Uh huh. One of you guys want to break the bad news to poor deluded Mr Pritchard and dry him out behind the ears, or should I do it?
Yeah. When I read the lede paragraph, I assume the story would be about some FBI thugs showing up at some American patriot’s door to threaten him over having been within a hundred miles of the January 6th Trump rally in D.C.
I’m sure the us.gov version would arrest for “disorderly conduct” for questioning them.
Coming soon to a country near you . . .
Well, coming soon is wrong. It’s here already – look at the people who get prosecuted versus the people that walk. Look at the people at the January 6 protest who are getting sentenced to greater time than the prosecuter wanted. I could keep going. Sorry.
It’s here already.
I’ve been trying to figure out why the over-reaction. I’m guessing that the DC powers that be believed their own bullshit about Trumpists, and honestly thought when they heard the sounds of the crowd entering the Capitol, they were coming to string them up from their own light fixtures. They were pants-crappingly terrified, and they are still reacting to that feeling of personal terror. That’s why they put 25,000 troops on the street for the Inauguration. And that’s why the permanent apparat is behaving the way it is today in regards to those folks at the November 6th rally.
One day in the future saying “I was just following orders” will not be enough to save your head from being put on a pike.
I generally support law enforcement insofar as they support me but that doesn’t obligate me to be interviewed or interrogated without cause.
I’ve said this before over at Bill’s place: a cop could be a good guy one moment and your worst enemy the next.
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Ya know, one Claymore would turn them into a “short stack” relatively quickly. And when “Law Enforcement” do not get home safely at the end of their shift, this shit stops REAL fast.
Gotta get you an Ivan:
Hmm, I want one.
Except Ivan needs to be OUTSIDE. Far more effective that way.
Two allows me to have one inside and one out 🙂
Just in case they get through outside Ivan…
Inside Ivan will make a mess of the house.
Outside of Ivan, a book is man’s best friend. Inside of Ivan, it’s too dark to read.