Watch this lady make a rockstar citizen's arrest of a suspected arsonist
· Sep 15, 2020 ·

Well I guess we know who to call when they abolish the police: this lady right here [warning: language]:

Excuse me sir, it looks like there's a puddle forming there near your belt, are you going to be okay? You really shouldn't be walking around setting things on fire.

I can't believe how awesome this lady is. I'm honestly kind of intimidated. I mean, do people in Oregon just drive around packing heat like this? Because that's amazing. I guess they're not all tree-hugging hippies after all. This lady deserves a medal.

Did you notice how quickly the guy hit the ground when she yelled at him? He was definitely up to no good. And while he only goes in as a "suspected" arsonist I'm sure that's the reason he was there. Perhaps he might have some sort of fascination with matches, keeps them as pets or something and likes to take them on walks. Yeah, that's it!

In fact, many of the recent West Coast wildfires are being set intentionally, which was news to me. I guess people are a lot worse than I thought they were. According to the Daily Wire, at least four people have been arrested for suspected arson in relation to the wildfires currently sweeping through the West Coast. A few had set fires in multiple locations.

Rumors that Antifa had some responsibility for the fires were fake news, and apparently none of the suspected arsonists were motivated by politics. For some reason that makes it even more disturbing. You've got to be a really bad person to think, "Hmm, I think I'll just go set some hills on fire and put thousands of lives and a bunch of property at risk for no reason. Sounds like fun."

Cheers to you, lady, for catching one of these guys yourself and handing him over to the police. Boy would I hate to run into you in a dark alley—or anywhere, come to think of it.

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