5.02.2012

Wise County Cops Wouldn't Put Up This Occupy Movement



What the heck is up at the 12 second mark? Yesterday in Los Angeles, some 99%-er Eddie Munster look-alike comes up and whacks a cop in the back of the head and they let him walk away? Try to pull that here and we've got a whack-a-mole game breaking out while everyone yells, "You will respect my awwwthoriteeeee!!"  It'd be brutal.

And what's up with that kid's weapon? (Shown below.)  A mini washtub?


P.S. That cop wasn't very big. Maybe it was Take Your Kid To Work Day or something. 

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Duh, cop was white and small; maybe a woman.

Anonymous said...

Where's Jack Webb when you need him?

My Other Brother Darryl

Stating the Obvious said...

Dude, that little mini cop was even shorter than you!

Anonymous said...

entitlement mentality
marxist mob
obama supporters

Anonymous said...

Do you think the people of los Angeles feel safer after watching that police display?

If you want to know what our public school system will look like in ten years just watch an "occupy" video.

Discipline is non-existent.

Anonymous said...

Super Cop Tom Bishop would have shot his ass 6 times and then took him to jail for less. Where is county law when you need them or Mr. Hudson after next election.

Anonymous said...

99 percenters. What a joke. In this country, the 99 percenters would be the 1 percenters in the eyes of much of the world's people. Maybe those truly impoverished should come over here and protest at how well our 99 percenters have it.

Anonymous said...

The cops are the 99%. Have you seen the WCSO payscale???

Anonymous said...

The tub would be a good place to put his brains in.He should'nt be hard to spot.And yes Tom would have beat his ass and Hudson would still be sleeping.

Anonymous said...

That cop was def a chick. She didnt want no shit.

Anonymous said...

9:25 speaks truth. Goodness those guys aren't paid anything.

It's easy to get steamrolled when you're standing in the midst of a mob. Remember that, the next time that a cop uses force when he or she is in the middle of one. The kid needed dog-piling, but they were spread a bit thin.