Monday, February 5, 2018

KY State Police Threaten Drunk Drives With Rape

Lunkhead, mouth-breathing morons.

Rape, even in prison, is a crime.  And using it to try to intimidate people who have committed no crime but may possibly do so is also a crime.

From the Herald:

As advertisers tried to grab attention during Super Bowl Sunday, Kentucky State Police made a tweet that made a reference to rape in prison in attempts to discourage people from drinking and driving.

Throughout the night, the official state police account tweeted with references to the game to discourage people from drinking and driving. After Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski made a catch during the game, the official Kentucky State Police account tweeted out a gif of a bar of soap on a rope. 

#SB52 Enjoy watching @Robgronkowski (TE) play but if you drink & drive...your tight-end may end up in jail! #designateddriver #Super Bowl,” the caption on the tweet said.

Kentucky State Police later deleted the tweet and apologized. It was up for a little under two hours.
Public Affairs Commander Mike Webb should be fired. Everybody who approved that tweet or thought it was a good idea or funny should be fired.  Every single employee of KSP should have to undergo Guardian training until they understand that their job is to protect and serve, not threaten and intimidate.

I'm sure Governor Conservative Snowflake thought that tweet was hilarious.

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