Loud-Mouth Woman Shoots At WRONG Cop And Quickly Finds Out What Hot Rubber Tastes Like

It’s no great secret that Police in this country have a hard job. Even before the campaign against them began, just their everyday shifts bring a variety of hardships and danger.

The recent villainization of our brothers in blue hasn’t helped them at all. It takes a lot of training to convince the natural self-preservation instinct to shut down and allow them to run toward the danger to protect perfect strangers. Now, they not only have to think about what the right thing to do is, they have to think about political correctness while on the job.

Every now and then, though, I think these officers get to carry out a warrant or an arrest that probably makes their job worthwhile.

Via Blue Lives Matter:

Madison Dickson was wanted for shooting a good Samaritan who had stopped to help he after she crashed her car on March 16th. Days earlier, she pointed a gun at a movie theater employee who caught her stealing a license plate. She also shot another person in the arm that same day.

On March 18th, officers spotted Madison Dickson and attempted to stop her. Dickson pulled out a gun and pointed it at officers, and two officers responded by shooting at her. One officer stayed in his patrol car and when Dickson started running, he drove after her.

I doubt that most officers head out to the job, actually wanting to use force when dealing with a suspect. However, sometimes the idiot is strong in these criminals, and using force is the only way to protect the innocent citizens under an officers care. I do feel a little bit bad for the idiot that thought she could outrun squad cars, on foot, waving a gun in the air. This young lady learned a lesson in a way that she’s not likely to forget

As my good friend John Wayne would say: Life is tough, but it’s tougher if you’re stupid.

(Source: Blue Lives Matter)

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