A Louisiana police captain had a very hardcore, and un-politically correct message for a street gang in his town, and it’s quickly going viral. Addressing the members of the gang as “heathen” and “animals,” he surely struck fear into their hearts while making the rest of us give him a standing ovation.
The video so far has been watched over nine million times, and it shows St. Landry Police Captain Clay Higgins speaking to the Gremlin Street Gang. He stressed that so far, ten suspected members have been arrested, and he had a rather stern warning for the remaining seven that they would be wise to heed.
He warned the gang of thugs that the long arm of the law would soon be reaching out to them so deliver some much-deserved justice, and they need to watch their backs because, “you will be hunted.”
“You will be trapped,” he said. “And if you raise your weapon to a man like me, we’ll return fire with superior fire.”
Amen. But the captain didn’t stop there.
He reassured the gang of savages that his department isn’t going to stop until they’re all behind bars, then he mocked one of the hood rats by calling him an “uneducated 125-pound punk like you; that’s never won a fair fight in your life, and holds your gun sideways?”
“Young man, I’ll meet you on solid ground anytime, anywhere, light or heavy, makes no difference to me,” Higgins said. “You won’t walk away.”
“Look at you,” he continued. “Men like us? Son, we do dumbbell presses with weights bigger than you.”
Higgins also took direct aim at the race-baiters in America, who use accusations of racism and bigotry to deflect the real issues with violence that cops face daily.
“This is not about race,” he said. “It’s about right versus wrong.”
Higgins closed his intense, and absolutely awesome message to the Gremlins by letting them know there’s an easy solution if they don’t like what he had to say.
“I’m easy to find,” he taunted.
I don’t know about you, but I want to high-five this guy. What an awesome message delivered in an awesome manner – without political correctness. Perhaps if more people took a similar approach, rather than coddling people and making excuses for them, we might actually be able to start solving the problem of systemic violence within certain communities.
[H/T: BizPac Review]