Woman Tells Cop ‘Thanks To Obama I Don’t Have To Listen To You’…Then REALITY KICKED IN! (VIDEO)

Who thinks it’s a good idea to argue with the police? The people who have the most problems with police, incidentally.

A police officer at the University of Central Florida is under investigation after video of a traffic stop showed him smash a car window when he said the driver started to roll it up on his hand.

The traffic stop happened on September fourth on the UCF campus.

Video from UCF Police Officer Timothy Isaacs’s lapel camera showed him pull over Victoria King for a broken brake light. King, who was 25 at the time, said the car was her mother’s, and she did not have the vehicle’s registration card.

After Isaacs processed King’s information and walked back to her car to give her a ticket, King, who was identified as a UCF student, became upset and refused to roll down the window when the officer asked multiple times.

When she refused to roll down her window all the way, Isaacs then asked King to step out of the car. The video showed King asking the officer what law said that she must obey those orders. Isaacs told her she was being detained for a traffic infraction, and warned her he would break the window if she didn’t comply.

Isaacs then put his hand on the top of the window, which was rolled down about a quarter of the way. After he did that, Isaacs said King started to roll up the window on his arm, prompting him to shatter the car window.

And the best part? What she shouted while refusing to comply with the police. She thinks the laws don’t apply to her because Obama is President. As Conservative Post reported:

King replied that thanks to Obama, she doesn’t need to do what a cop says, and she began to roll up her window.

Watch below:

As it turns out, Obama being President doesn’t save you from being arrested.

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