Video: Crazed Perp Resists Arrest. Attacks and Chases Cop...
Every now and again, we enjoy sharing outlandish videos with you. In keeping with that tradition, here's one you don't see every day. A video of a lunatic perp going Grand Theft Auto on a cop in the middle of the street.
Shocking and strange video of a man chasing after a San Joaquin County Sheriff's deputy, captured by a security guard, has started to get national attention.
"Everyone was saying, 'That's like something in a movie,'" Jewel Armstrong said. "It was. It felt like it."
The video starts with the deputy ordering 22-year-old Yaroub Assad to the ground. Assad complies for a moment, then springs back up and running towards a car.
"It was something I had to file an incident report to for my job, so I was really using it for that," she said.
Armstrong also posted the video to her Facebook profile Wednesday with the simple caption, "This is what happened at work today."
I know what you're thinking to yourself. "Why did the copper tuck tail and run, instead of filling that douchelord full of piping-hot lead?" I wondered the same thing, myself. Then, I remembered half of the country thinks the police are a racist serial killer's club. If the cop weren't scared of being flayed alive by the media, methinks it would have been a different story.
Had the officer popped off on the perp, the media would've said "all the guy did was resist arrest, assault a police officer, attempt to flee, and rear-end a cop car. It's not like he did anything serious." Then, the cop would've been branded a racist and forced to live as a hermit for the rest of his days.
This is what a lack of support for the fuzz leads to. A lawman who'd rather run away than be publicly crucified by the media for doing his job. Over the past few years, the media and justice-hating leftists crippled the police by painting them as perpetual bad guys. Which brings us to now, when the crooks have the upper hand and the po-po has to run in the other direction.
Thanks a lot, lying media snotsuckers: