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Idiot Puts Verbal Assault Against the Harlem Police on Instagram
The lack of respect for the NYPD, especially in Bill De Blasio's New York City might be reaching critical levels (see WATCH: Antifa Morons Fall for NYPD Officer’s Obvious Sarcasm… and NYPD Shows up to Help Peacefully. #BlackLivesMatter Hurl Insults…). The man in the video below is upping the ante. The foul-mouthed Michael Moore wannabe walked into a Harlem police precinct to curse and threaten to sexually assault police officers. All just to broadcast it on Instagram. So he could inspire others to do the same?
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According to the New York Post, harassing officers isn't a new thing:
A police source told The Post that the cops could have arrested the punks or at least issued them a summons for harassment or disorderly conduct, but said the officers had to take the abuse because of how city police are trained right now.
“Sadly, this is the result of years of elected officials demonizing police officers and decriminalizing abhorrent behavior,” said Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association president Patrick Lynch.
Plenty of people have had some run-ins with five-oh. Maybe the police response was your fault, maybe it wasn't. But most cops aren't the inbred cousins of Satan. Despite what the media and certain leftists who'd serve the public better by simply cleaning toilets, say.
What possible purpose is there for people to record abuse of officers and put it all over the internet, other than to normalize abuse of officers? Once normalizing abuse of officers is achieved, what's the logical next step? Doesn't take much of an imagination to see what happens next.