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Greg Gutfeld: Police 'reforms' put people’s lives in danger, by pretending not to

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31.07.2021

'Gutfeld!' panel reacts to 'activist' district attorneys and new laws for policing

Here's a perfect Friday story that doesn't involve Brian Kilmeade being locked in a men's room without his pants.

A man from Washington State, wearing only a yellow dress, stole a bus and escaped from cops in a chase that resulted in him plowing a front-end loader through his ex-wife's house. 39-year-old Andrew Louden had just got out of a psych ward.

There's a shocker - but everyone's getting out these days, it's why Kennedy has her own show.

He allegedly stole the bus last Saturday evening - and when the cops caught up with him, he refused to pull over. He blew through a red light, and instead of pursuing, the sheriff's deputies ended the chase. Why? Because the new police reforms dictate that.

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Then another county's deputies started pursuing him, but they also ended it because of, you guessed, the new law. If I were a jerk, I’d say they gave up faster than a gymnast at the Olympics.

After Louden ditched the cops and the school bus, he hitchhiked to the city where his wife lived.

Which raises a question. Who picks up a crazy male hitchhiker in a yellow dress? Besides Bill Hemmer? What can he say, he loves company. Whoever........

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