When Pulled Over by Police: “Siri I’m getting pulled over”

Cashing in on political correctness. That’s what Leftists do.

Leftists create fake narratives, then they provide the data to back up their frauds. Such is the case with policing. The numbers don’t support the Leftist narrative.

In the millions of police interactions that happen annually, only a handful end up in violent encounters. And generally when violence occurs, it’s the perpetrator’s fault. Because police are called for a reason.

Generally speaking, police don’t go looking for trouble per se. I mean, their jobs are to look for trouble, but the public calls them, for the most part. But to hear Leftists, police are cold-blooded killers, particularly intent on harming minorities.

So as Tip Hero reports, there is an app to help people–ok, black people–pulled over by police.

Imagine you’re driving down the road, minding your own business, and you suddenly see police lights flashing in your rear view mirror. Then you see the police car behind you and hear on a megaphone clearly directed at your car, “pull over to the side of the road.”

Have you ever been pulled over by the police?

While most of the time the police have a good reason for pulling someone over (speeding, illegally changing lanes, or perhaps to notify you that one of your tail lights is out and you need to get it replaced), sometimes people find themselves in a situation where they feel that the police aren’t treating them fairly.

Traffic is the #1 reason most people are introduced to the criminal justice system. So almost everybody gets pulled over by police and ticketed.

How do minorities survive?

Simple answer: by just doing as police asks. But that didn’t stop this inventor from playing into the narrative, as the article continues,

Robert Petersen recently created a shortcut for Siri that makes it easy for iPhone users to record police officers. The shortcut is called Police, and once it is installed, all you have to do to activate it is say, “Siri I’m getting pulled over.”

Peterson told USA Today, “I have noticed in reading news articles and seeing reports on TV that in many cases you end up with police saying one thing happened and the citizen being pulled over saying another. And how do you determine truth? Sometimes the police have body cams, sometimes not, and even when they do it’s not always released in a timely manner.”

Here’s how the Police shortcut can help. Once you say, “Siri, I’m getting pulled over” your phone automatically goes into Do Not Disturb mode. Also, if you were playing music, the music is paused, and your screen brightness is turned down. Basically, anything that could be distracting to you or the police officer is stopped.

Will Apple create an Obama phone? Because iPhones are expensive.

I don’t think Siri is available on my Android-based (cheap) phones.

But what will Siri find when it calls up this video app? People behaving badly, not cops.

Understand that many police officers have cop cams. But some of these people with these apps may find out things don’t go their way. People forget how bad they behave. And they have no oversight, and tend to act badly, particularly when getting pulled over.

On the other hand, cops are taught to ignore ignorant people. Most police officers do that, though there is the occasional blow up. But people have little training. This is why many end up on camera showing their ass, as my grandmother would say.

Google stories on black Leftists arrested, then claiming the police did something wrong. It’s a long list of liars and frauds.





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