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

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'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.


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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