Here’s video taken of a very agitated armed government worker, who orders the people he’s stopped to “stop smiling” – threatening them overtly if they fail to do as ordered. When did smiling (or frowning) become a violation of statute or criminal law? And if there’s no statute or law prohibiting facial expressions, then what gives this armed government worker the lawful authority to order people not to smile – and to threaten them if they fail to “comply”?
Why aren’t armed government workers – law enforcers – charged/prosecuted/punished when they break the law? Or make up laws and then try to enforce them?
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