Police Officer Denouncing Shutdown Orders Goes Viral for the Perfect Reasons
Most people join the force to get the bad guys off of the streets: the murderers, the rapists, the pedophiles. I doubt many of them thought the "bad guy" would ever be a small business owner looking to provide for his family. Yet this is where many find themselves (see COLORADO BUSINESS OWNER OPENS FOR MOTHER'S DAY, GETS DEATH THREATS and CBS NEWS ENCOURAGES PEOPLE TO SNITCH ON THE ICE CREAM MAN). Police officer and special forces veteran Greg Anderson has become something of a social media star this week, thanks to this address to his brothers and sisters on the job.
Special forces veteran and Police Officer Greg Andersonyoutu.be
I've seen officers nationwide enforcing tyrannical orders against the people, and I'm hoping it's the minority of officers, but I'm not sure any more, 'cause every time I turn on the television, every time I look to the internet, I'm seeing people arrested or cited for going to church, for traveling on the roadways, for going surfing, opening their businesses, going to the park with their families or doing nails out of their own house, using their own house as a place of business, and having undercover agents go there and arrest them and charge them with what? With a crime?
Personally speaking, I think/hope most cops agree with him. Some will begrudgingly arrest people when they are left with no other choices. Some are just complete buttheads about it. But most of them don't view husbands and wives and parents looking to provide for their families and allow their employees to provide for their families as the bad guys. The politicians passing the laws? That's a different story. They're the bad guys. They'll also throw a cop under the bus if they can score a single political point for it.
But as more and more business owners decide to go back to work anyway, most police officers will agree with Officer Anderson. Right?
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