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You guys,since today has been filled with bullshit and dancing, I thought I’d share what made me smile and renewed my faith in humanity. Imagine this: You’re a police officer in LA and you have a 911 call to respond to. This could be the call that ends your life. This could be a call that ends someone else’s life. This could be the call that ends your career. Yet, off you go in your cruiser headed towards the unknown.
Then you have an epic dance off with some kid because the 911 call was bogus:
I dunno man, I think the kid might’ve won.
See, this is the shit that Talcum X and the BLM people won’t show you. This doesn’t fit their narrative. A black cop dancing with a little black boy? Oh hell naw! That just gives people the “false” idea that cops can be good, funny, sweet people like you and me. Well, maybe not me but more than likely you. Look at those faces!
THAT is one happy cop! That warmed my cold, dead heart like nothing else today! That is fucking beautiful! Such pure joy and such happiness…although those dance moves are questionable. I guess not all stereotypes work. You know damn well that this cop makes theses people’s day. Everyone is smiling and having a great time, and you know they’re gonna tell this story for decades. Kudos to this cop.
The thing here, folks, is that we support our boys and girls in blue (and beige) and will never not support them. They hold the line between lawfulness and chaos and are here to serve and protect. Don’t believe me? Just check out your local police log like I do every week. The number of police assisting or giving rides to people far outweigh the arrests. No one gives them credit for that. We do. So please, watch that video a million times, share it and spread the word that a few bad apples don’t totally spoil the bunch.
Wanna have a break dancing tournament? [email protected]
Esther Manch on the book.