First Amendment AUDIT 15: A Tale of Two Attitudes – I’LL SEE YOU ON THE STREET

In this video we come across an accident scene on Main Street in East Hampton, NY. One side thanks us for being there with our cameras and the other side has a virtual meltdown. You be the judge!!

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27 thoughts on “First Amendment AUDIT 15: A Tale of Two Attitudes – I’LL SEE YOU ON THE STREET

  1. I don't think you are required to call police in minor traffic bumps. And why not put that jeep on the flat bed and everyone move on. Oh, I forgot. Strangers could never get along that much.!

  2. I can only assume that they are some Karen's although unlike other people I have seen Karen's of all colors karens are normally entitled people of all colors that are like cockroaches they are in fear of being photographed and I have seen a lot of people of every color in the rainbow that I would call a Karen nowadays some people have mistakenly use the word Karen to describe a white person and that is not what it means if you have a problem with being photographed in public you are a Karen and that describes many many many people

  3. This is one video I thought was classless BRO you don't always have to act like a robot on a audit mission . Have a little compassion .I hope you learn something as much as you trying to teach them .

  4. just tell them straight from the get go thats its a FAA jason. Clearly most people dont get it or understand the law. id be curious to see how they react if u told them you right away instead of beating around the bush. Either way, Good Work!

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