Cop: ‘If Obama Doesn’t Follow the Constitution, We Don’t Have To’

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A shocking video shows a New Jersey cop responding to a complaint about corruption by asserting that law enforcement officers no longer need to follow the Constitution because it has already been decimated by President Obama.

Seeking to file a complaint about the Helmetta Regional Animal Shelter, Steve Wronko visited the Helmetta Police Department to air his grievances about the shelter falling prey to nepotism and corruption as a result of Helmetta Mayor Nancy Martin appointing her son Brandon Metz to head up the facility.

“I’ve made objections about what’s going on at the shelter over there,” Wronko tells the police officer, adding, “My first and fourth amendment rights were violated, my civil rights were violated.”

“Obama just decimated the freakin’ Constitution, so I don’t give a damn. If he doesn’t follow the Constitution, we don’t have to,” responds the cop, brazenly violating the oath he swore to uphold the Constitution.

The comment is self-evidently shocking, but it also provides an insight as to how corruption from the very top reaches all the way down to the bottom, providing law enforcement with a twisted form of justification for their unconstitutional activities.

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1 thought on “Cop: ‘If Obama Doesn’t Follow the Constitution, We Don’t Have To’”

  1. The word the police officer is looking for is “anarchy” and you really do not want to go there.
    He is correct about government people not following the constitution any more.
    That should be grounds for impeachment all by its self.

    But if you impeach one person for doing this, then you have grounds to impeach a whole bunch of judges that are allowing this to happen. That goes all the way to the Supreme Court of this land.
    If the police allow anarchy in their ranks, then there is nothing holding back the public from reacting the same way towards them. That means that there woujld be open warfare on the streets of our country.
    No one is immune from such anarchy. No one is protected in this case from anything that might happen. And the weapons available to the general public means that you would not even see the bullet with your name on it coming. No one is safe.
    So following the laws of our country is the only way we have a certain amount of safety in public.
    Without the shield of being just, that police officer has nothing going for him.
    In any herd, if panic reigns, the herd becomes very dangerous. Because they will run over any predator out there. That includes this policeman in his ignorance.
    The key to our court system appears to be that if you are extremely wealthy you can buy just about anything in a court of law that you want. So the powerful people have their own bought system of government. When that becomes too obvious, then anarchy reigns supreme.
    When that corruption makes the law a thing of disrespect, then something has to change.
    Our current brand of lawyers have made that far too evident. Our judges have also made this contemptable behavior evident.
    Eventually this will come back to bite them big time. Nature abhors a vaccuum. Nature will bring it into balance some time down the road. When that happens, they are all vulnerable to being fired off the bench, and a new set of people will take their place.
    The Bundy episode was just one incident. But all those ranchers that did not stand up to the law and bring it to public attention? They are no longer ranchers.
    Our system of courts has to have a certain amount of public approval. Without that “appearance” of being just, then the entire system wil fold up eventually like a house of cards.
    I do sympathize with any person acting as a police officer in these times.

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