When it’s time for people to write the history books and describe what happened during the pandemic, what is it that they’re going to say?

Well, to be quite honest, it really just depends on who it is that’s writing the books.

In the old days, people just wrote down history based on facts, not agenda. But in the age we live it, that is no longer possible for many people to do.

In the incident that you’re about to see, some would say that this police officer and his gang of thugs were just doing the right thing by enforcing the law, but is that really the case? Are they really on the right side of history, or are they the enemy that needs defeated? You can judge for yourselves.

Are we really a society that is hell-bent on following the law to the letter, or is it a guide to moral behavior? I would advocate for the latter. So for example, wearing your seatbelt is a law in most places. However, I don’t think that police officers should be able to bother you by pulling you over and giving you a ticket if you don’t do it. This gets away from the purpose of the law.

A law like that is designed to try and get you to keep yourself safe when traveling on roads. I personally never drive around without a seatbelt, not because of the law, but because I feel like it’s a common sense safety measure to help preserve my own life for myself and for my family.

A police officer in New York City traumatized a little kid by kicking him out of a restaurant and threatening to trespass him all because of the ridiculous mandates that don’t allow people in NYC to eat at a restaurant “without their papers.”

Thanks, Democrats. You’re doing a great job at wrecking our nation and all for what? One day they’re also going to be at the same end of the stick as us and there will be no one there to help them because they’ve traded all of our freedoms for control that they don’t actually possess.

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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