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A police officer with the New York Police Department — at least, for now — shared a hilarious video online detailing how he now affects the arrest of suspects, given new tactics expected of them.
In the video, the cop explained that he has been studying the tactical videos he has been instructed to watch, before launching into the approach he believes will make him compliant with the expectations being placed on NYPD officers.
“When you are approaching the suspect, make sure you are in a comfortable body state,” he said, before displaying his comfort stance.
Contorting his body into a “beach pose,” with his arm behind his head, noting that it’s important not to have his firearm facing the perp, so as to not scare them.
He begins a mock exchange with a suspect who he says just shot two people, going to great length to ensure the alleged gunman is completely comfortable throughout the process.
In addition to politely asking the mock suspect to put his hands behind his back, telling him that he can leave his arms in any position he so desires, the cop asks him nicely to lay down on the ground.
His real-life partner, who can be heard off camera cracking up, chimes in about mats.
After acknowledging the make believe suspect’s complaint that the ground is too hard, the cops tells him they have additional units bringing mats.
“So, you may not be under arrest. I’m not sure,” he continues. “I have a supervisor coming to supervise me. And he’ll be supervised by a supervisor who supervises the supervisors.”
“And we’re all just going to sit here and watch you tell us what to do,” he then says.
The cop then asks the mock suspect his name, repeating what officers deal with on a regular basis when dealing with the criminal element.
“What’s you’re name? ‘Suck Your D*ck,'” he said, as his partner loses it. “There’s a lot of people out here with that name.”
While the video is hilarious, it’s not too far from the truth of what politicians and those who are not on the front lines of societal decay expect from patrol officers.
The ongoing effect to emasculate police is already coming with a heavy toll in many Democrat run cities, as violent crime surges.
Chicago is seeing record numbers in shootings, which is saying a lot, and New York City is also seeing a big jump.
Over a bloody Fourth of July weekend, the mayor of Atlanta beseeched residents to stop shooting each other, her appeal coming after an 8-year-old girl was killed in a shooting.
Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the NYPD officer’s video from Twitter:
*Warning: Adult Language
Telling it like it is! 🤣 I hope he doesn’t lose his job over this.
— My2Cents (@HappiKamper) July 6, 2020
These poor guys. They deserve all the prayers we can send them and all the respect we can give them.
— Upon the Rock (@di58140075) July 6, 2020
It would really be funny if it wasn’t so fucking true
— Salvatore Oresti (@ssalcbp) July 6, 2020
That’s awesome…At least this fine officer can find some humor in it. On the other hand, De Blasio should be in handcuffs.🤨
— SJ 🇺🇸 (@ResinDesigns) July 6, 2020
This is hysterical—except when you understand that what he’s saying isn’t meant to be a joke. God protect our LEO’s.
— Tammie ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@galloy_tammie) July 6, 2020
Great video. I cannot begin to imagine how frustrating this insanity is to a seasoned police officer! You have to laugh or you’d be screaming crazy. Whoever is in charge and pushing this nonsense needs to be put in uniform on the streets. That might change his/her tune.
— Margaret Roberts (@prelagsmom) July 6, 2020
Too bad this dude will probably get fired for accurately depicting the kind of cops the Dems want.
— Austin_Wraith (@wraith_tx) July 6, 2020
Beach pose had me rolling
— Keithkrohn (@915krohn) July 6, 2020
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