California Highway Patrol Appears to Ram Motorcycle In Chase.

Posted by: Jesse Kleib on 11/17/2021

In this day and age, we really have a level of connectivity like never before. Even as recent as maybe a decade ago, if a news story was launched, it would probably be found on television and if you weren’t tuned in and it wasn’t a major earth-shattering story, there’s a good chance that you might not have seen it. Imagine that!

However, with the growing popularity of social media, we would soon all become entrenched in every last story which could be a good thing or a bad thing. Either way, the flow of news seems to reach out to just about everybody these days with smaller stories, especially when the story at hand could have a controversial aspect involved.

This time, we tune in to catch just that kind of story that seems to have been hitting newsfeeds across the nation as a police officer and motorcycle rider got tangled up in a heated moment. From what we can see on camera, the police cruiser ends up colliding with the motorcycle and the rider goes down before getting arrested. This is when a nearby group of riders that seem to be acquainted with the rider who went down decide to ride up on the incident and make things a little bit more complicated for the officer in question here.

Now, we definitely aren’t here to pick sides because you know how that always turns out but, we can definitely see how this one could be played from either side of the fence. It almost seems like half of the people who chime in here are debating that the motorcycle rider should’ve never been running away in the first place, which is what it seems like he is doing and the other half is trying to stand up for the rider’s rights, saying that there’s no way that a police officer should have pit maneuvered a motorcycle because that is what also appears as to happen on the video here as well.

After seeing the clip for yourself down below, be sure to chime in and tell us what you think would be the right move if you were the judge of this case.