Lacrosse Team Traffic Stop Exposes Big Government’s Encroachment

Lacrosse Team Traffic Stop Exposes Big Government’s Encroachment

Bill McIntosh
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The Lacrosse Players Traffic Stop Nothingburger Exposes Big Government’s Encroachment

Bill McIntosh

Michael Letts joined the Bill McIntosh Show to say the obvious concerning the Delaware State University’s Women’s Lacrosse Team traffic stop kerfuffle in Georgia.

What needs to be known? Georgia law enforcement conducted a routine traffic stop in Liberty County on a passenger bus with tinted windows driving in a restricted lane in violation of Georgia state law. Thus, since they were accused of racial profiling, it is suspected that Georgia law enforcement members have X ray vision capable of seeing through 10 feet of steel and tinted glass. This facetious statement, of course, plays on the notion that White cops relish pouncing on buses carrying “people of color” who to add further injury to racial insult, are players on sports teams from “historically black institutions”. Soon the minor incident, that would have never hit national news feeds had the girls lacrosse team been White, drew national attention and generated ludicrous outrage. Tony Allen, the president of Delaware State University, in a letter to his university community was “incensed” as were, he contends Delaware’s Governor, their Congressional delegation, the Attorney General and the Black Caucus. He stated in his emotionally overwrought message that “…all of our coaches and student-athletes comported themselves with dignity throughout a trying and humiliating process”. Moreover he stated that a student’s video “…clearly show law enforcement members attempting to intimidate our student-athletes into confessing to possession of drugs and/or drug paraphernalia”. To this we reply, So what? Cops try to use their authority to expedite issues pertaining to infractions and law breaking by the public to enforce compliance to local laws. For the sake of lending balance to our treatment of this mountain-out-of-a-molehill drama, it should ALSO be added that Georgia law enforcement conducting the traffic stop used a dog that was black which suggests that Georgia police in Liberty Country have made successful attempts at integration within their police force.


Returning to the heart break of this faux outrage, Pamela Jenkins, head coach of the women’s lacrosse team told CNN’s Jake Tapper that she “felt violated” not only for herself but also for her team players when the deputies brought up marijuana when the deputy in question addressed the students. The university president stated: “We do not intend to let this or any other incident like it pass idly by”. USA Today’s Rex Huppke deserves a prize for dutiful obeisance, while white, to the Marxist narrative of pervasive racism in America by opining: “I’ve been told repeatedly that there’s no such thing as systemic racism in America. Then a mostly Black lacrosse team’s bus is searched for marijuana by white deputies”. Are we deeply embarrassed yet as Americans by adults this shoddy in their conduct-be they university presidents or national journalists-invoking racism and systemic wrong doing by another race when there is so obviously reason to think otherwise? Michael Letts of Invest USA breaks it all down in this interview and suggests where this is leading-to a de facto national police force that is controlled by US Justice Department attorneys and social scientists dedicated to de fanging police forces nationwide from doing their job when interacting with the public in their lawful jurisdictions whenever Blacks are involved. We ask the question, why can’t law enforcement deal with Black citizenry in a pro active way without incessant second guessing and over protection by bureaucrats and judicial activists hell bent on disempowering law enforcement and fomenting anarchy? Are Blacks a category of Americans like the handicapped or children that must be protected at every turn?