There are certain jobs that women should never apply for, especially one’s that are intended to be filled by men. Like it or not, women are not equal to men, intelligent people already know this simple fact. But thanks to feminism, employers have no choice but to ignore the limits of the female gender.
The above picture, is a good example of the potential danger that can arise from “Equal Opportunity” hiring practices. This photo shows just how mismatched women are in certain fields of employment. This woman has chosen a career in law enforcement, a job that demands strength, agility and the power to command respect. But kind of a criminal would be intimidated by a petite woman, who could be knocked flat by a strong gust of wind?
This woman is clearly a danger, not only to herself, but to her co-workers and the general public. The job of a policeman, is to protect and serve. People want to know that, if needed, the police will be there to protect them from harm. But just how safe would you feel, knowing that the only thing standing between you and danger, is a woman? A woman who could be overpowered by virtually any 13 year old boy?
Just released “Bodycam” footage, shows Lakemoor, Illinois, policewoman, Brianna Tedesco, struggling with wanted murderer, Kenneth Martell. At first, it seemed to be just a routine check of a suspicious man in a vehicle, but then it took a turn for the worst.
Martell, gave officer, Tedesco, a phony name, when she returned to Martell’s vehicle and informed him that there is no record for that name, Martell realized that his false impersonation attempt had failed. That’s when he pulled out his gun and pointed it at the officer, and that’s when the struggle for the weapon began.
Tedesco, can be heard repeatedly screaming, “No, No!”, and “Please don’t kill me, I’ll leave!”. For some miraculous reason, Martell, decided not to shoot her, maybe he hesitated because she was a woman. Fortunately the struggle that she put up, bought her enough time for back-up officer, Anthony Loiacono to arrive and shoot Martell, dead. Thanks to the quick actions of Loiacono, the dangerous situation was ended. So much for the stereotype of the “Badass” police woman.
In a statement released by Lake County State’s Attorney Michael Nerheim, he said, “Tedesco’s quick actions and fight for the gun allowed additional time for her partner to arrive at the scene. Her partner was then able to end this deadly confrontation. The acts of these two skilled officers were masterful and indicative of two people acting in self-defense.” Quick actions, Really?
The only “Quick” and “Masterful” actions demonstrated, were by officer Loiacono, the only thing that Tedesco did, was to scream and beg for her life. Officer Tedesco’s actions were far from “Masterful”. Her display of skill and strength, were pitiful. Thankfully she wasn’t hurt, but this proves that Tedesco is incapable of performing the duties of a peace officer.