Bumper stickers have been a part of American life almost as long as cars have been on the road. And bumper stickers that express support for law enforcement will be appreciated by those who are trying to serve others as policy officers.
So you would think.
Apparently, though, “pro-police” bumper stickers make you suspicious to law enforcement. They start wondering what you’re doing, how you’re breaking the law. And if you have air fresheners in your car, then you are certainly a criminal because, obviously, you are toting illegal drugs in your vehicle.
Why else would you have pro-law enforcement bumper stickers and air fresheners? You couldn’t actually be someone who likes pine tree smells in your car and supports the police who actually do their jobs.
What makes this even more frustrating is, after police used this “information” for “probable cause” to search the car of Nohemi Peña after pulling them over for going “2 MPH above the posted speed limit” is that a Federal court ruled that the police were justified in their search.
This is simply outrageous and clearly demonstrates how the Feds are trampling our rights by making up excuses to justify doing whatever they want to do.
What do you think: Were the police justified or is this as crazy to you as it sounds to us? Tell us below.