Man Gets Pulled Over, Ignores Cop’s Request & Says One Chilling Word

When Matt Powers got pulled over near Altoona, Pennsylvania, he had no clue what he did wrong. However, when the police officer approached and made a simple request, Matt ignored what he asked and said one chilling word that immediately put them both on edge.

Matt Powers pulled over by the police officer (Image Source: Facebook)

Matt Powers was driving down the road when he unexpectedly got pulled over by an Altoona police officer. Unbeknownst to the officer, Matt had something inside his car that made him uneasy when the officer approached and asked him for his driver’s license, registration, and insurance card. However, he ignored the officer’s request and instead informed him that he couldn’t comply because his handgun was where the papers were.

As any concealed carry holder knows, it can be stressful deciding whether to reveal to a police officer that you have a weapon for fear of how they will respond. However, the encounter between Matt and the officer has now gone viral, after Matt shared the incident on Facebook.

Man Gets Pulled Over, Ignores Cop’s Request To Say One Chilling Word
Matt Powers pulled over by the police officer (Image Source: Facebook)

Matt’s post begins by explaining that he had been pulled over while he had his loaded and concealed handgun on him, but he shared the story to prove a point.

“He approached the driver’s side and asked if I knew why he stopped me and I said I did not,” Matt explained in his post. “He said my registration expired June 30 of 2016. He asked to see my drivers license, registration, and insurance card.”

However, instead of immediately complying with the officer’s request, Matt instead explained, “As I kept my hands firmly locked at 10 and 2 on the steering wheel I immediately stated…..For your safety and mine, sir, I would like to inform you that I am a legally armed citizen. I have a concealed carry permit in my wallet.”

Of course, there was one minor problem – his pistol was in the same compartment as his registration and insurance card. Then, out of respect to the officer, he informed him exactly where the compartment was located, saying, “Please be careful, there is a round in the chamber, the thumb safety is on, and there’s an extra magazine with it.”

The police officer instructed Matt to keep his hands on the wheel while he retrieved the weapon. However, what Matt did next was completely voluntary and respectful of the cop’s safety – he gave the officer permission to take possession of the gun and offered to get out of the vehicle while he retrieved it.

Taking things one step further to ensure that the police officer felt as safe as he could, he asked the officer if he would like to search him for any other weapons. Eventually, the officer returned the weapon and gave Matt a warning ticket, instructing him to get his registration up to date without any further problems.

If you are respectful to a police officer, he or she will also be respectful of you. If you present yourself as a threat, they will treat you as one. As Matt said himself, “It’s about everyone’s safety. It’s about respect. When you treat people with civility you get treated with civility.”

Respect and honesty can go a long way. If you are a concealed carry permit carrier, it’s important to act responsibly with your weapon – which includes encounters with the police.

Hillary’s Days Are Over After What Was Just Found On Another Dead Body

Information hounds have their paws deep in the dirt as they dig up ghosts of Hillary Clinton’s past and search for any and all evidence linking her to the death of a prominent figure in American history. Truth seekers look for evidence that could lead to her to indictment and incarceration, but those who seek are coming up with mixed results. The hottest trending controversial conspiracy slithers back into relevancy in the wake of JFK’s classified files being released, even though numerous items were redacted. This theory plots Hillary Clinton against JFK Jr. and suggests that she’s directly, or indirectly, responsible for the plane crash that left JFK Jr. and two others dead, thus paving the way for Clinton to win an easy seat in the Senate and further her career.

Look back to 1999 when numerous New York residents fancied JFK Jr. the front-runner in the Senate election taking place in the year 2000. A young charismatic man like his father, JFK Jr. would’ve had an easy victory over Hillary Clinton if he had run for Senate in 2000, but any possibility of him entering into the election was halted mid-air with the crash of the aircraft he was in. A midnight flight and an unfortunate demise of a budding personality who could’ve carried on the legacy of his father had it not been for that harrowing flight that ended it all. Many sources say JFK Jr. was not 100% set on running for Senate, but if he did, it would’ve been an overwhelming victory.

Sources like Your News Wire point to Hillary Clinton as the reason JFK Jr’s plane exploded and crashed. The website suggests that Hillary had no intention of returning to Arkansas and her only goal was to win a seat in the New York Senate, no matter what it took. The source allows readers to believe, without truly saying so, that Hillary Clinton was responsible for the murder of JFK Jr. Based on the details of the event, in which it’s believed that JFK Jr. was flying the plane in the night time and he had called the radio tower for something, then randomly exploded, one has to wonder what caused the explosion. The website then discusses the possible events that suggest the Clinton’s covered this up very quickly by preparing a Navy funeral service, even though JFK Jr. did not serve in the Navy. This all happened after a search located JFK Jr. and his passenger’s bodies in the water.

The source states the following has occurred:

At 9:20 PM, July 16,1999, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr. radioed the tower at an airport near Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts announcing that he was preparing to land. Seconds later, his plane exploded in mid-air, the explosion witnessed by several people including a local newspaper reporter and an attorney.

Luggage was recovered miles from the crash site, an event that can only be caused by a mid-air explosion.

Five hours after the plane went down, William “Bill” Clinton sent out the equivalent of the Sixth Fleet to find the wreckage, hide it and the bodies from the snoopy media, and though JFK Jr. was never in the Navy, and though the families did not consent,…he ordered the cremation the corpses and threw the ashes into the sea in a hastily arranged Navy funeral.

No photographs were permitted of the recovered bodies.

Kennedy’s emergency locator was removed, the cockpit recorder was disabled, and the flight log was taken (all of which is documented in the official investigation report).

Behind the scenes, a cover story was concocted. The weather, which was perfect, somehow became stormy. JFK Jr. now had a gimpy leg, and Kennedy was “emotional”. Reports by the FAA and FBI, both concluding foul play was involved, were buried, and all inquiries led to dead-ends. In truth, all reports confirm that JFK Jr. was “emotionally stable” and a “highly skilled and careful pilot”.

The Kennedy family was furious, New York was heartbroken….all evidence had been destroyed or burned by executive command. “She killed him, I know she did”, said a Kennedy staffer who asked to remain anonymous.

The Clintons bought their home in New York, formed the Clinton Foundation, and Hillary won her Senate seat.

Even the liberally biased website Salon published an article that provides similar insight into the possibility of Hillary Clinton being involved in the death of JFK Jr., but without any true evidence, there is no way to prosecute anyone. Salon’s article talks about Roger Stone and his desire to publish a book discussing Hillary Clinton and JFK Jr.

It’s important for readers to gather their own information and do their own research. Always keep an open mind to the possibilities that are out there, but always remember that every theory is considered a theory until concrete evidence is brought forward.

Readers must be responsible and search for evidence that turns the theories into truths. Discuss them with friends, hunt for information, and present fact-based argument for the theory you’re looking to prove or disprove.

We must remember that anything unproven requires facts to be proven. Find the facts and you’ll have your answers.