Nowadays the police have become indistinguishable from the criminals they are suppose to arrest. A few days ago, we were given yet another example of this when Milwaukee Sheriff David Clark (a prominent figure in the Trump campaign) detained a man in the Milwaukee airport for asking him if he was David Clarke and shaking his head in disapproval when Clarke affirmed. This occurred while the man was boarding an airplane in Dallas. Presumably Clarke held his resentment until the plane landed in Milwaukee and had his deputies illegally detain the man in a private security room. I must emphasize here that the detention was illegal because it was done in violation of the fourth amendment; they did not have reasonable suspicion that this man had committed any crime other than the thought crime of hurting Clarke's feelz. Maybe Clarke should throw his lot in with the snowflakes protesting in Washington. A true conservative, a person who wants to preserve the principles of our Constitution and reduce government control over private affairs, believes in definite restraints on executive power as outlined in the Bill of Rights. Clarke's brand of absolutism is more akin to the views held by the marxoids rioting in DC.
Oh, and just in case you encounter this thug on an airplane, he reserves the right to preemptively assault you because hurting his feelz causes him to 'fear for his life'.
'Next time he or anyone else pulls this stunt on a plane they may get knocked out. The Sheriff said he does not have to wait for some goof to assault him. He reserves the reasonable right to pre-empt a possible assault.'