Police: You're on your own

self reliance
James O’Keefe is that gutsy young man who, together with Hannah Giles, went undercover as a pimp and ‘ho, and captured ACORN staffers on tape advising them to circumvent the law.
Since then, O’Keefe and his investigative team are continuing to uncover political corruption through his Project Veritas organization — “to investigate and expose corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct in both public and private institutions in order to achieve a more ethical and transparent society.”
For Project Veritas’ latest sting operation, they visited police stations across America and asked law enforcement officials if, in the event of an armed break-in, what we should do in the minutes (or more than an hour in the case of Dallas) between calling 911 and the police’s arrival.
One officer instructed, “Go get some bleach. Go get ammonia.” Another officer instructed the undercover journalist to, “lock yourself in a bedroom” and “start yelling and screaming.”
VPOS Joe Biden recently advised Americans to “get a shotgun” for home protection. But when asked whether or not they should follow Biden’s advice, law enforcement officials told the undercover journalists they would be arrested for doing so.
The most frequent advice given by LE to the Project Veritas journalists:

You’re on your own.


~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Police: You're on your own

  1. Vice President Life Insurance never fails to stick his foot in his mouth.

     
  2. In really simple terms , shoot first . Ask questions later . Cops are not duty-bound to protect you as an individual . Only to keep the peace among the masses . S.C.case from a few years back. It’s a ” collective thing ” . Gov’t doesn’t give a rats ass about the individual . Only if you’re a Muslim !

     
  3. This is a no brainer. When seconds count, the police are minutes away. Fully prepared to protect myself, and it doesn’t involve bleach 🙂

     
  4. Excellent post! Sometimes people forget that police departments have become heavily unionized, and as such their incentives have changed over time…

     

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