Intense: Dramatic Video of Man Saving an Officer’s Life from Burning Car

The issue of racism is being pushed by the Democrats on a record level. They want to see a division between people of color. They desire to promote hatred between the police and citizens of the country.

For the past several weeks the Democrats have gotten their wish as liberals have marched through America attacking people and property in their attempt to cause division and hatred. Even with all of the publicity that these sick people get from the media, they will never represent the vast majority of people that truly care about each other regardless of the color of their skin.

Daylan McLee is one such person. He was sitting at home when there was a large auto accident in front of his home. A police car had gotten involved in an accident and it was apparent that the cop would die if someone did not take action.

McLee took action and pulled the cop out of the car before the fire could spread throughout the vehicle. He saved the cop’s life. McLee stated that “I don’t know what came across me, but I ripped the door open and just pulled him to safety across the street.” What overcame McLee is the truth that all people are human regardless of color.

The insane liberal protestors that have been ransacking the country would have never acted the way McLee did when he saved the other person’s life. The violent protestors fail to see past the uniform and notice that it is another human being that is tasked with keeping the peace. Racist people fail to see that their hatred and biased beliefs stem from a real hatred of the laws of America.

They do not like what another person has done with their life so they feel that they should be able to take what they want from other people. But some laws keep them from stealing from that other person. Without the police, people could get away with whatever they want.

Mclee’s heroic save brought a police force to their knees. Thomas Kolencik is the Lt. of Uniontown Police. And he stated that “Daylan actually said, ‘I’m not going to let him die.’ There are just no words to describe, you know.”

Officers must obey the law just like everyone else except they also have to enforce it on people. And this is what people do not like. They do not like being told that their actions are illegal, so they blame the police and try to make them look like it is their fault. But it is the person that the police are having to deal with.

McLee would state that helping another human is not a hard decision. The idea of racism concludes that there are other beings other than humans living in the world. The fact is that there is not so all people are humans and should be treated equally. Ironically that is what the Constitution declares for all people.

That they are created equal. America was founded on freedom from others that looked down on the people of America as second-class people. They were racist towards them. And America was formed when the Founding Father’s won freedom for all.

McLee would point out further that “No. There is value in every human life. We are all children of God and I can’t imagine just watching anyone burn. No matter what other people have done to me, or other officers, I thought, ‘this guy deserves to make it home safely to his family.’” The words of a true hero.

McLee is even a person that wrongfully arrested by the police in 2016. He happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. He went to the bar to pick up his sister and ended up disarming a man who had pulled a weapon. The police had made a mistake. But those things happen.

And McLee was not about to hold the misunderstanding against all of the police. He would state that “We need to work on our humanity… that’s the main problem of this world. We’re stuck on how to get up or to get even, and that is not how I was raised to be. You learn you live, you move on and I was always taught to forgive big. You can’t base every day of your life off of one interaction you have with one individual.”

This man in the care did nothing to harm McLee. And even if he had, McLee did the right thing by saving his life.