Look at what this cop had to deal with in LA. This is the environment we’ve created by demonizing police. pic.twitter.com/7uPNgRjfzn
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) May 3, 2021
For those that do not have Twitter this is what this Kalunda Jenkins lady told this polite & patient cop.
You’re a murderer. I was recording you because you’re a murderer.”
“Can you call your supervisor?”
Cop: “I did.”
“Good because you’re a murderer.”
“You scared me and made me think you’re gonna murder me.”
Cop: “I’m sorry you feel that way.”
“It’s not just a feeling, you’re a murderer.”
“I’m perfectly legal and I’m a teacher.”
“You’re a murderer.”
“You’re threatening to murder me and my son.”
“Here you go Mexican racist. You’re always gonna be a Mexican, you’ll never be white. Ya know that right? You’ll never be white, which is what you really wanna be.”
When you create a culture in which police are the bad guys and “all cops are bastards,” this is how the public reacts.
Everything you witnessed was a manifestation of black lives matter lies and rhetoric, and she did it in front of her own son. Imagine what he’s going to grow up and think of the police. This racist woman thinks she’s not a racist because being black absolves her from that, and according to critical race theory it means she can’t be racist towards the Mexican-American police officer.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – not one of these people is actually afraid of the police. Not one. If they were then they’d shut up act nervous every time a cop approaches them.
But instead they act belligerent and confident, because they know damn well the cops aren’t going to hurt them. As a result they feel empowered to belittle and yell racial slurs at police officers, because no matter how much the cop is offended he or she must react in a professional manner.