Subway Employee Spikes Cop's Drink... with Meth?!
It's not unusual that we present you with stories about weasel fast food workers who refuse to serve police officers (see Liberal Arby’s Worker Refuses to Serve Police Officer Because… and WIN. Noodles & Company to Anti-Cop Employees: You’re Fired…). In Utah, an employee of Subway took things to a whole new level. He really upped the ante to new terrifying levels.
A scary level, at that...
A Utah sandwich shop employee has been arrested on accusations he put methamphetamine and THC into the drink of a uniformed police officer.
Authorities said Tuesday that a Layton police sergeant immediately felt impaired after getting the drink at a Subway restaurant Monday. He struggled to find the brake pedal of his patrol car at a red light and couldn’t answer questions at the police station.
The officer was sent to the hospital. His condition wasn’t immediately available.
Tanis Ukena was arrested on suspicion of surreptitiously giving a poisonous substance. He denied the allegations. Authorities aren’t saying why they believe Ukena drugged the drink.
They aren't saying why this little pooper did what he did, but we've got a few ideas. When leftists' top issue is demonizing police officers every chance they get, this is what they inspire in people. Because if one views all police officers as racist, subhuman monsters, a few people with a couple of screws loose take upon themselves to get their Heisenberg on. Sans the genius part.
Now let's be real here, little snot-nosed fast-food workers aren't above spiking a cop's drink. With bodily fluids. And while I agree that's disgusting, a snot soda doesn't have the same effects as Meth or THC swirl. Know what I mean?
And no, that's not me condoning Snot Cokes, Pee Pepsis or Spit Sprites. I think any little fecal patty who gets his jollies off by depositing any foreign substance in anyone's drink is waste of human skin. We wouldn't even serve that kind of a drink to Lena Dunham or Tess Holliday. Okay? Okay.
But this little crap monkey probably feels justified. He probably sees himself as Subway's version of Batman, spiking drinks with drugs to exact revenge for BlackLivesMatter. Or even revenge for himself. Whatever, he doesn't like cops. His solution? Poison a cop.
Yeah, not okay. Never.
Here's the thing though, the BlackLivesMatter cases? They're all wrong. Are some cops racist? Sure, as are some politicians, electricians, and dog-groomers. But to paint an entire field as racist, a term which is seen these days as equivalent of the devil? Wrong.