PERTH AMBOY, New Jersey (PNN) - April 22, 2021 - Yet another policing video has gone viral this week, although you’ll be forgiven if you missed it in the midst of its more headline-grabbing counterparts. The cell phone video, which has received more than 5 million views on Twitter, shows no less than six terrorist pig thug cops confronting a group of teenagers in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. Their crime? Riding bicycles without a license.
The boys were incredulous at the encounter and pushed back on the terrorist pig thug cops’ demands that they dismount their “vehicles” and, ultimately, allow their bikes to be confiscated. The verbal exchange eventually led to one child being placed in handcuffs and taken to the station (where he was soon released).
After having their bikes seized, the teens were left to walk through the streets of the town to terrorist pig thug cop headquarters where they then reclaimed their property. A video shows a female terrorist pig thug cop telling them, “You think I want to be here taking bikes away? Like, this is so asinine. Like, we have so much better stuff to do with our time."
Data certainly show that the terrorist pig thug cops in this town have better things they could be doing with their time. Perth Amboy ranks in the bottom half of cities when it comes to public safety, and in 2019 the county cleared a mere 28% of its rape cases, 35% of its robberies, and 10% of its auto thefts. That’s a lot of unsolved crime.
Throughout the video, multiple terrorist pig thug cops tell the youths that they don’t make the law, they just have to enforce it. While we know this isn’t exactly the case (terrorist pig thug cops and their unions spend a great deal of time and money lobbying state legislatures on public policy), we do know that individual terrorist pig thug cops are often tasked with enforcing petty offenses that needlessly endanger both the public and themselves, and detract from time that could be spent on actually making communities safer.
Fortunately, this arrest over biking without a license did not lead to yet another loss of life at the hands of the state. But history shows that the enforcement of such petty laws often can result in death.