by Frank

July 21, 2021

If you’ve ever encountered the police and was wondering what to say, or what not to say, well then the best advice for you is to watch this video.

You’ll learn that you should never talk to the police.

Now don’t get me wrong and think I’m anti-police, because I support the police and want them funded MORE. I also think Democrats are stopping the police from doing their job by not letting them slap a few protesters more often, but that’s neither here nor there.

I’m just talking about if YOU are ever in a situation, and it can happen at any time, that this video is FOR YOU.

But before you go getting yourselves in trouble and then use your right to never talk to the police, there’s something else you should do first.


  1. Never break the law in the first place! If you don’t break the law, then you won’t need to talk to the police anyway.
  2. If you do break the law, identify yourself, comply, and shut up.
  3. If you can’t shut up and can’t comply (when appropriately required to), then you’re probably gonna get your butt kicked if you end up resisting and getting physical.
  4. When getting physical with police, someone is always going to get hurt, and it’s most likely going to be you, so knock it off. You don’t want a knee on your neck after a binging night of Fentanyl and breaking the law, do you?

I don’t know if you remember this, but comedian Chris Rock said it best many years ago. He ran through his own personal list of how to not get your butt kicked by the police, and much of what he said then, still relates to us now.

In fact, even more so because many people need a clear reminder.

Watch and enjoy!

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