Baptist Pastor Demonstrates How to Deal With Police/DHS Checkpoints
Steven Anderson, a Baptist Pastor in Phoenix, AZ demonstrates (and I hope you’re paying attention) how to handle a police/DHS or any law enforcement agency checkpoint in America…if you are an American citizen. He also demonstrates why it’s important to have a camera in your vehicle and, if you are stopped by police, record them. It’s your objective witness before a corrupt police state.
When it comes to Constitutional rights of Americans in this video, I love it. The following video was published July 9, 2012. But such an ‘easy’ pass through a police checkpoint was not always the norm.
Stephen has an interesting history, living where he does. Standing up for his rights before God and man, he once had his car windows smashed by officers, drug from his car – after being tazed multiple times – and thoroughly beaten and abused by law enforcement for the simple reason that he was exercising his Constitutional rights as an American.
Use ‘em or lose ‘em brethren. Personally, I do not consent to any search of my person or my property, and neither should you. Open carry of a firearm on your side is a beautiful thing. Conceal carry, even better.
Don’t be a slave. Be what you are, American – free. Your forefathers fought and died for that freedom. For now, you still have Constitutional rights. Don’t give them away like some spineless, submissive pansy. If you do, men, then save us all the trouble and just put on a dress and be the effeminate coward that you are.
Oh by the way, Stephen took his case to the courts on his rights not to be detained and searched without a warrant – and won. Spine.
“If ye love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home from us in peace. We seek not your counsel, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.” – Samuel Adams
Beaten and violated for being American: