Here’s a video from a local news feed of an armed government worker who got pulled over for drunk driving – but instead of being cuffed and stuffed (and charged) as most of us would have been, she was given a friendly ride home by her fellow armed government workers:
Aren’t “law enforcers” (as armed government workers style themselves) supposed to enforce the law? And when they don’t – when they clearly ignore/evade the law – why aren’t they prosecuted for doing so?
The drunk-driving armed government worker has been fired – but she won’t be precluded from “enforcing the law” she exempted herself from in some other area. And the armed government workers who kid-gloved her are still “enforcing the law,” too.
On us. But not upon one of their own.
The better question, perhaps, is: Why do we put up with this?
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