FBI Director claims police don’t like being recorded, calls it a “chill wind blowing through American law enforcement”


FBI director James Comey said his conversations with police officers often come back to cellphones. He claims they’re worried that young people are recording EVERY police encounter with their cellphone cameras.

Comey said he has been told about higher-ranking police telling officers “to remember that their political leadership has no tolerance for a viral video.”

Try not to laugh but Director Comey claims the “era of viral videos” has led officers to feel they’re“under siege“and unwilling to get out of their cars…  

They told me [Comey], “We [police] feel like we’re under siege and we don’t feel much like getting out of our cars.”

In what has to be the most ironic statement of 2015 a government official says police don’t like being recorded!

Comey goes on to say cops are scared because the public is recording police encounters…

“So the suggestion, the question that has been asked of me, is whether these kinds of things are changing police behavior all over the country” Comey said. 

“And the answer is, I don’t know. I don’t know whether this explains it entirely, but I do have a strong sense that some part of the explanation is a chill wind blowing through American law enforcement over the last year. And that wind is surely changing behavior” Comey said.

Ten ways police are spying on the public:

1.) Police dashcams

2.) Police body cams

3.) License plate readers

4.) Traffic cameras

5.) Highway cameras (thank the DEA)

6.) Toll booth cameras

7.) Retail surveillance cameras & bank teller cameras

8.) Courthouse cameras

9.) Transit cameras (buses, trains)

10.) Airport cameras

So the next time you hear cops whine about being spied on point out these ten facts!

The American Police State of Surveillance:


10 thoughts on “FBI Director claims police don’t like being recorded, calls it a “chill wind blowing through American law enforcement”

  1. As any pig would say to us and mean it “if you have nothing to hide you have no reason to object to a search”. These pigs are up in arms about a FAR less intrusive action. Would that in itself be an attitude of supremicism? It seems like these pigs are israelis. T.h.e.y. certainly have the attitude!

    1. Absolutely. The pigs in the US (and apparently in several other Western countries also) are incredibly similar to Israelis and Jewish Zionists. The list of common traits is unmistakable:

      * Extreme arrogance and sense of superiority centered on their tribal membership;
      * Follow a twisted “ingroup vs. outgroup” moral code (“It’s okay for a member of my group to screw you over, but I’ll shriek with outrage about the horrible injustice if you screw over a member of my group in exactly the same way”);
      * Shameless hypocrisy of astronomical proportions;
      * Derive pleasure and satisfaction from victimizing those who are helpless;
      * Cringing and cowardly when faced with a truly dangerous adversary;
      * Whine like babies about being oppressed or being in a dangerous position, even as they oppress others;
      * Frequently justify their crimes through lies, even when the truth is obvious to anyone with a brain;
      * Zero sense of shame or guilt;
      * Make extensive use of political lobbying and propaganda

  2. If you can’t treat people with respect,
    stay in your damn car, or quit being a cop.

    Most cops are afraid of their own shadows, and
    have power tripping issues.

  3. I tried not to laugh but that was just too funny. That’s got to be the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard an FBI scumbag say. Who knew communists could be so funny.

  4. The only reason they “don’t like being recorded” is that they like breaking the law, and beating the crap out of people.

    There’s no reason that every stinking pig in this country shouldn’t be wearing a body cam THAT HE CANNOT SHUT OFF for his entire shift.

    They’re our EMPLOYEES, and we have a right (and a responsibility) to know what they’re doing all day. Their brutality and criminality makes the cameras necessary, and if they don’t like it, they should find a new line of work.

    The latest threat (as we’ve seen in Baltimore) is that they refuse to do their jobs if they can’t be brutal bastards. Good. Let the go. Communities should handle criminals on their own instead of hiring another gang of criminals to do it for them.

    The pigs, the courts, the lawyers, and judges are ALL illegal, and corrupt. FIRE THEM ALL.

    Our “justice” system is a complete sham that lets rich criminals walk free, and turns innocent poor people into slaves. WE DON’T NEED THEM FOR ANYTHING.

    1. Right on!

      If all laws were sensible and just; if police were truly dedicated to serving the public by protecting the rights of the innocent without using unnecessary force or intrusiveness; if bad cops were quickly and harshly dealt with by their colleagues for tainting the honor of the profession; then no one would respect cops more than I would. I might even become one myself under those circumstances.

      But it was not to be. American police today are among the worst of criminals. Like you said, we’d be better off without cops entirely than having the ones we have now.

      We can take care of our own communities. Most people will gladly help out an elderly neighbor whose house is being burglarized, a woman in distress, a child in danger of being kidnapped, or anyone else in need. This would have the added benefit of creating closer community bonds.

      The reason few people get involved in such matters is because they’ve been conditioned to “let the police handle it.” In many cases, they’re AFRAID to help out, as they’re worried about getting in legal trouble themselves — especially if they might have to use force.

      The status quo needs to change. Let’s ditch those costumed cowards and their organized crime family, and create something better.

  5. “So the next time you hear cops whine about being spied on point out these ten facts!”

    Bad advice.

    They’ll either shoot you or beat you to death for doing so.

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