Here’s The HILARIOUS Thing That Happened When Obama Got Pulled Over By A West Virginia Sheriff! HA HA!

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.

On his way to a golf outing in West Virginia, Obama runs a stop sign and gets pulled over by a sheriff. Obama thinks he’s smarter seeing that he’s the president, and certainly he has a better education than a lowly sheriff.

The sheriff asks for Obama’s license and registration. Obama says, “What for?” The sheriff responds, “You didn’t come to a complete stop at the stop sign.”

Obama replies, “I slowed down and no one was coming.”

Becoming impatient, the sheriff tells Obama, “You still didn’t come to a complete stop. License and registration please.”

Obama then offers the sheriff a compromise, “If you can show me the legal difference between slow down and stop, I’ll give you my license and registration and you can give me the ticket. If not, you let me go and don’t give me the ticket.”

The sheriff responds, “That sounds fair, please exit your vehicle.”

Obama gets out of his car and the sheriff takes out his nightstick and starts beating him with it.

The sheriff then asks the president, “Do you want me to stop, or just slow down?”

I think it’s safe to say Obama got the ticket.

cop beating cow lol

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By Jeff Rainforth
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Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot’s Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.

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