A Cop Crying Over Her Egg McMuffin Being Late Has People Wondering How Soft The Police Are

Deputy Stacy Talbert of the McIntosh County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia posted an emotional two-minute video to her Facebook account about the stress she has been feeling as a police officer while the nation has seen protests in every single state against the racist violence that has lead to the deaths of countless Black men and women. Has she been feeling as though this violence is wrong? Has she been reconsidering her career in state oppression? What is leading to this complete meltdown?

Her Egg McMuffin at McDonald’s took too long:

It seems like the deputy is convinced that people are going to mess with her eggs in retaliation for wearing a badge and carrying a gun into a McDonald’s drive-through.

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“I’m waiting and I’m waiting and I’m waiting… and they ask me to pull up because my foods not ready,” she says. “I mean, I hadn’t eaten… in a while so I was kinda hungry, and I’m still waiting and I’m still waiting… and a girl comes out with my coffee and just the coffee.

“So I told her ‘don’t bother with the food because right now I’m too nervous to take it.’ It doesn’t matter how many hours I’ve been up. It doesn’t matter what I’ve done for anyone. Right now I’m too nervous to take a meal from McDonald’s because I can’t see it being made.”

From what I know about McDonald’s, probably none of us want to see anything in there getting made. It will put us off our appetites forever. But Officer Stacy wasn’t done.

“I’ve been in this for 15 years and I have never ever had such anxiety about waiting for McDonald’s drive-thru food,” she concluded. “So just have a heart. If you see an officer, just tell them ‘thank you’ because I don’t hear thank you enough anymore.”

Yeah, no one is gonna thank you for accusing them of being poisoners while crying in a parking lot. Cops like to think they’re tough, but no one in this state should have a weapon and the all-clear to use it. To be clear, this officer was never denied service, never received or ate anything that hurt her in any way, and all her fear of food being tampered with is coming from her head, not from any actions on the part of the employees. She waited an extra six minutes for her McMuffin. Pretty normal!

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And maybe that’s the point: Officer Talbert wants to be treated like she’s way better than normal. Instead, she’s just getting mocked on Twitter:

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