Dashcam video captured Brooks County deputies pursuing a stolen truck in south Texas but after a brief chase, several people bailed out the truck like roaches with the lights coming on.
The article says ten, but the police later said there were about 22. We counted at least 18!
Had enough America?
ENCINO, Texas – Video of a South Texas car chase involving the Brooks County Sheriff’s Office is going viral.
The Sheriff’s Office shared dashcam video of what it said was a pursuit of a Ford F-250 that had been reported stolen. Brooks County Sheriff Urbino “Benny” Martinez estimates the incident took place in 2016.
The video shows law enforcement pursuing the truck until the driver pulls over along the shoulder of a road. Individuals in the truck open the doors while the car is still in motion and proceed to get out of the truck and run.
People in the bed of the truck are seen flinging a piece of plywood off themselves before jumping out of the truck bed and running. More
What this is coming down to is, more and more actual American citizens are having to add more and more burden to their lives because of the huge influx of illegal immigrants.
Congress needs to pull their heads out of the sand. Immigration has been a problem since the 1980s. Just like our deficient, they continue to kick the can down the road.
I didn’t realize that the F-150 had so much room and storage space.
— Aaron (@OKnOKC) March 26, 2019
So is Ford in the Clown Truck business now?
— B3Chandler (@B3_Chandler) March 26, 2019
— RonDell (@RonDellNY) March 26, 2019
I’ve seen a similar image before… pic.twitter.com/HQ5LY1rON8
— Abraham’s Lineage (@AbrahamsLineage) March 26, 2019
Omg! It IS a clown truck!????.. or maybe keystone ???????? cops?..
— DAY7 (@DAY724167590) March 26, 2019
— Marc Schurger (@mschurger) March 26, 2019
— JE & KE (@JEE_KSE) March 26, 2019
— POWMER (@191powm) March 27, 2019
“Regardless of when it happened or the office’s motive for posting it, the wild incident, which took place about an hour north of the southern border, has certainly sparked interest online…” https://t.co/lcEeLjYwbW
— Joie ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@JoieQ101) March 27, 2019