Woman: … harassed today because I was going under the speed limit, I was going at 38.
Deputy: Yes, you are, Ma’am. Good morning.
Woman: And the speed limit is 40, and I was going 38, so why are you harassing me?
Deputy: You are correct. I pulled you over because —
Woman: Because you’re a murderer. Oh, yes, I started to record because you’re a murderer.
Deputy: You can’t be on your cellphone while you’re driving.
Woman: I wasn’t on my phone; I was recording you because you scared me.
Deputy: You can’t use your cellphone while you’re recording.
Woman: I can record you.
Deputy: May I have your driver’s license?
Woman: It’s at my apartment.
Deputy: What’s your apartment?
Woman: It’s at my home. I’m just taking my son to his —
Deputy: Do you have your driver’s license?
Woman: I mistakenly left it at home.
Deputy: Do you have a picture of your driver’s license?
Woman: Yes, I do.
Deputy: May I have it?
Woman: And can you call your supervisor, please?
Deputy: I already did. He’s on his way.
Woman: Good. Because you’re a murderer.
Woman: And so you’re giving me a cellphone ticket? Is that why you’re harassing me?
Deputy: It’s not harassment. I am enforcing the law.
Woman: I have a right to and record the police when they’re harassing me.
Deputy: By all means, but you can’t do it while you’re driving.
Woman: I can — I wasn’t — doesn’t texting or none of that.
Deputy: Do you have that picture?
Woman: And you scared me and made me think you were going to murder me.
Deputy: Okay, well, I’m sorry you feel that way.
Woman: Well, that’s not just a feeling. You’re a murderer.
Deputy: Okay. … Can you zoom in on that for me, dear?
Deputy: Thank you.
Woman: And I’m perfectly legal and I’m a teacher. So there, murderer.
Woman: You’re a murderer.
Deputy: … What’s your last name? I can’t see that there. If you’d stop shaking –
Woman: Well, here you go, murderer.
Deputy: Zoom in on that for me, ma’am.
Woman: No. Because you’re scaring me. You’re threatening to kill me and my son.
Deputy: I’ll tell you what. You keep smiling; you’re on camera.
Woman: You’re trying to threaten to kill me. I’m not smiling. You’re the one who’s…
Deputy: Hold that still. I can’t see that. … Is this your car?
Woman: Yes, it is. You’re trying to say I stole my own car because you’re jealous?
Deputy: I don’t think so… You wait right here for me, okay?
Woman: You’re jealous?
The Deputies’ Supervisor now shows up, and lets the woman know exactly what his Deputy was trying to do.
Supervisor: All he needs is your signature. He’s only citing you for using your cellphone while you’re driving. That’s it.
Deputy: Here you go, Ma’am.
Woman: For him being a Mexican racist. What is that name?
Deputy: It’s on the citation, Ma’am.
Woman: Here you go, Mexican racist. You’re always gonna be a Mexican. You’ll never be white, you know that, right? You’ll never be white, which is what you really want to be. You want to be white.
Deputy: There you go, dear. Have a good day.
Woman: You want to be white so bad …
As you read this woman had absolutely no respect for this Cop. The reason this happened is because of the past years of constant untruthful media on the subject of Policing. The people of America used to have a high standard for the “keepers of peace” but now they are only scoffed at and rudely called names. The only way to fix this is with the help of God.
If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.2 Chronicles 7:14