VIDEO: 'Everybody Wanna Say F-k The Police. F-k You!' Cop's Rant Goes Viral

A deputy's rant about trying to arrest a naked guy on PCP has gone viral.

A video rant by a black deputy has gone viral as an admiring public heeded the cop’s request to make him famous so he could resign from the police department (video below).

The deputy, whose name and department were not known, recorded his rant while he was in full uniform, sitting in his patrol vehicle, at the beginning of a long shift.

“I’m gonna go get this 12-hour shift man, but uh, real tough man – everybody wanna say ‘f-k the police,’ man. Say – f-k you!" the deputy started.

"Sh-t, every time Pookie Earl hit the goddamn wet stick and he come in the house trippin on a [unintelligible] you wanna call me… say f-k me, no f-k you man, shit. I ain’t got time to be fighting his naked ass,” the deputy continued

A “wet stick” was a 1980’s term for marijuana that has been soaked in liquid PCP, heroin, acid, or embalming fluid, according to the Urban Dictionary.

Although scientists have yet to link the use of “wet” drugs to violent behavior, officers have reported that suspects who have used those drugs often exhibit bizarre and unpredictable behavior during arrests, and seem to have super human strength.

PCP does work as an anesthetic and numbs pain, Time reported, which can make it more difficult to subdue an out-of-control suspect.

“Sh-t, hit his ass with the Taser – that sh-t don’t work. Try to square up with the motherf-ker – that shit don’t work. I’m like man, I’m gonna say ‘you got it, bro. You got it – I ain’t even gonna fight with you, man,’” the officer continued, sounding frustrated.

“Say man, it’s tough out here though man. I can’t do this sh-t forever – they’re gonna kill me out here man. Y’all like, comment, share my videos. Let me get viral so I can put my two week notice in,” the officer finished the video by asking viewers to make his video famous so he can leave his job before something happens to him.

So far, he’s been successful and the video has been republished on countless websites and is tracking millions of views.

A number of viewers have expressed concern in the video’s comments that the officer’s department may be helping him with his resignation once the sheriff gets ahold of his now-viral rant.

Feel free to help make him famous and share this on social media.

You can see the video below:

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LEO0301
LEO0301

@Guzmanr58 -like you I did my time as well. I made it 25 years but was ready to retire by my 15 year of putting up with the BS. The last 10 were difficult but I was damned if I wasn't going to collect my full pension.

Guzmanr58
Guzmanr58

God bless this officer. I feel his pain. I did my time and got out. Thank God.

Rusty9120
Rusty9120

The writer of this article said, "Although scientists have yet to link the use of “wet” drugs to violent behavior..." She probably could have done a little bit more research. I found this in less than 3 minutes searching the web;

WoodMagnolia
WoodMagnolia

Bronx, I am not a cop, never been a cop and I don’t play a cop on social media. My dad, he was a cop. Many moons ago. I have supported law enforcement all my life. I watch anything and everything that has to do with real law enforcement. Not Hollywood law enforcement. I have bore witness to society blaming LEOs for everything. Based on the actions a very few morally bankrupt officers. I tell you all this so you will know that when I ask a question, it’s because I’m trying to learn things that I have no first, second or third hand knowledge of. The officer in the video asks people to make him famous for the video so that he can resign. Can he not just resign? I mean without the video going viral? Will he loose benefits or something? I am saddened and angry that someone so young has burned out already. But at the same time, I get it. In all honesty, I question why any LEO stays in the job today. But make no mistake, I’m grateful y’all do such a hard, dangerous, frustrating and severely under appreciated job. 🖤💙🖤

Skidoo
Skidoo

God bless and protect our police officers.