President Joe Biden’s future door-to-door outreach teams might be getting carried away in handcuffs if they don’t behave.
This is Oklahoma Sheriff Damon Devereaux giving a fair warning to the outreach teams, saying that he will resort to arresting them if he has to.
Of course, this means if the outreach team does not leave someone’s property, then the sheriff says to call him and he will educate them on that – and if needed, he will arrest them too.
Devereaux said if “you don’t want them on your property, please ask them to leave. If they don’t, contact us, and we will educate them on what that means. If we have to arrest them, we will.”
Nothing like sending out a message to the people who might come knocking on your door.
WATCH Devereaux give his very calm warning:
Biden’s Door-to-Door outreach teams don’t want to meet this guy at My Daily Freedom
So what happens if an outreach team knocks on your door? What will you do?
Here’s what I’ll do. I’ll answer the door. I’ll say hi. I’ll say thanks. I’ll say see you later.
It’s that easy.
I don’t need to waste any further time on them. I don’t need to yell at them. I don’t even need to really say much else.
Now if they don’t leave, then they might see a side of people they wish they didn’t see.
If the outreach teams start harassing people, then I cannot see this ending good for them – and that’s before the sheriff or police arrive.
It’s one thing to do an outreach program, but they better not harass people.
Stay in your lane. Do your job. And go home – but do NOT bother people, pester them, or harass them over something they either 1) already got, or 2) don’t want.