Who Knew? Policeman, Arrest Thyself!

A July 2022 poll released by the Trafalgar Group showed 80% of Americans surveyed believe we live in a two-tiered Justice System: One for lawmakers and Washington D.C. insiders and another for “everyday Americans”.

So imagine my complete surprise when I saw this video of a policeman stopping another policeman for driving much faster than the speed limit:

You may be pleased to know the suspect turned himself in, was released on $9,000 bail, and was relieved of police duties pending an investigation (but, is he still getting his salary and benefits?).

For more unbelievable law enforcement videos stop by the Police Activity YouTube Channel.

Side note:
A “two-tiered” Justice System is another fine example of the “Haves and Have Nots“, a popular concept used by Progressive Leftists such as Karl Marx and Saul Alinsky to pit classes against each other and make Socialism more attractive (or for Barack Obama, to get himself elected).

“As a grandmother of mine used to say, there are only two families in the world, the Haves and the Haven’ts; and she stuck to the Haves; and to this day, Señor Don Quixote, people would sooner feel the pulse of ‘Have,’ than of ‘Know;’ an ass covered with gold looks better than a horse with a pack-saddle.”
- Miguel de Cervantes, “Don Quixote“, Volume 2, Chapter XX (written 1615)

Thanks for Reading!

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