SCUM: Fake News Media Urges Chicago Residents to Call ‘911’ to Report Ice Cream Truck Driver
The fake news is running a hatred and demonization campaign against an ice cream truck driver for driving around a Chicago-area neighborhood.
CBS Chicago issued a report to demonize the man for trying to brighten the days of children whose lives have been impacted immeasurably by the coronavirus. They sent a reporter to harass the ice cream salesman because he was not wearing gloves or a mask.
“Do you think it’s a good idea to be doing this with the stay-at-home order for COVID-19?” reporter Greg Kelly asked.
“Why are you trying to take ice cream out of the hands of children?” the driver asked the nosy reporter. “Are you sick?”
“Am I sick? No, and I want to stay that way,” the reporter responded.
“Well, I’m not sick either. So why are they quarantining healthy people? This is not a law,” the ice cream man said.
“What’s your name, sir?” the reporter asked.
Eventually, the ice cream driver drove off after getting sick of the reporter’s constant harassment. They implied that declarations from Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker make the ice cream truck driver into some kind of a fugitive.
They finished their report by urging people to call ‘911’ on the ice cream man if he is seen in the well-to-do Hoffman Estates neighborhood:
No gloves? No Mask? No problem. This ice cream man is not only ignoring COVID-19 protocol, but he's breaking the law. Such trucks are forbidden Hoffman Estates. The Village Manager says if you see him, call 9-1-1. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/ebQftLpCUD
— Brad Edwards (@tvbrad) May 8, 2020
Because of the media-induced fear, the coronavirus pandemic has caused the former land of the free to transform into snitch nation.
Big League Politics has reported on the shameful Americans who have shown their true colors throughout the pandemic and become Soviet-style citizen informants against their fellow man:
Desperate Americans are now calling 911 to report coughers to police, and law enforcement has to devote resources to these frenzied calls – distracting from real emergencies during an unprecedented pandemic.
Law enforcement throughout California has announced that they are fielding emergency calls from people who have heard their neighbors cough or sneeze, fearing they have coronavirus.
“The concern is real and each call, no matter how infrequent, is a request for help that law enforcement personnel must take seriously and handle professionally,” noted Police One about these requests.
“Authorities say they can’t ignore such calls or discount them as paranoia, hypochondria or fakery. They must respond even when every other public entity adopts ‘social distancing’ in order to reduce possible coronavirus transmission,” they wrote…
Police Chief Jim Henson of Desert Hot Springs notes that they are enabling more reporting from citizens, giving desperate Americans more tools to report their paranoid fears to law enforcement with dubious evidence.
“What we’ve been trying to do is keep the website updated so people know that they can report to us remotely. They can call in when there’s no need to collect physical evidence,” Hanson said. “We’re trying to give residents as many opportunities as possible to report remotely from their homes.”
As Americans surrender their liberties and beg government officials to keep them safe, the former land of the free devolves rapidly into a Soviet-style hellscape.
The fake news media has created at atmosphere where Americans are being pitted against each other just for trying to make a living. They truly are the enemies of all that is good and decent in the world.