A free speech “audit” in California nearly got ugly after the cameraman performing the audit confronted a National Guardsman about a “thin blue line” decal.
The so-called audit took place outside of the California Army National Guard Long Beach Combined Support Maintenance Shop, as “High Desert Community Watch” loitered around the outside of the facility and filmed the goings-on during a drill day.
Less than one minute in, the cameraman is beckoned by the driver of a Mustang GT, still bearing the dealership plates indicative of a new purchase.
Asking what he’s doing, the auditor effectively tells him to mind his own business and informs him that he’s parked in front of a fire hydrant.
The cameraman took note of a US Flag-style “thin blue line” decal on the vehicle and was immediately “triggered.”
“That says it all,” he said, referencing the decal.
Seeing that the driver of the vehicle is speaking to someone on the phone, the cameraman became antagonistic.
“You’re not in enemy territory, bro,” the man said to the driver. “This is our streets.”
The cameraman quickly turned his attention back to the decal, confronting an additional two Guardsmen who approached him from the other side of the fence.
As the enlisted personnel walked away, the cameramen called them “puppies” and “sheep.”
“Are we in combat?” he asked a woman.
The cameraman continued to harass the driver of the Mustang until he drove into a secure area.
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