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The LAPD Held A Public Zoom Call And Predictably Got Dragged To Absolute Filth

"I yield my time, fuck you!" has become the catchphrase of the revolution.

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As Black Lives Matter protests continue across the US, The Los Angeles Police Commission decided to hold a public Zoom call to address any questions people may have.

This was obviously a very stupid idea on their part, with the time slots given to the public being used to drag the police force and specific individuals on the call — like LA Police Chief Michel Moore, who claimed earlier this week that George Floyd’s death was on the ‘hands’ of violent protesters as much as it was on the officers involved.

While the public meeting happens once a month, so many people called in this time that the latest call ran for over eight hours.

And because the call was live-streamed on YouTube, we were actually able to be witness all the searing burns — most of which spoke about the excessive force used by the police during the protests and calling for the resignation of Chief Michel Moore.

But one short and snappy call out in particular has taken the internet by storm. When Jeremy Frisch called into the meeting, he managed to eloquently and savagely drag the entire department in a cool 30 seconds.

“Black lives matter. Defund the police,” Frisch started. “I find it disgusting that the LAPD is slaughtering peaceful protestors on the street.”

“I had two friends go to the protest in Beverly Hills a couple days ago and the protestors were peaceful until the police showed up with their excessive, violent force shooting rubber bullets and throwing tear gas,” he continued. “Is this what you think of, protecting and serving? Because I think it’s bullshit.”

With 12 seconds to go, Frisch used his time to focus on and dig into Chief Michel Moore in particular.

“Fuck you, Michael Moore. I refuse to call you an officer or a chief because you don’t deserve those titles. You are a disgrace,” Frisch ended the call. “Suck my dick and choke on it. I yield my time. Fuck you.”

After the clip made its way online, it quickly went viral with people in awe of just how fast Jeremy Frisch was able to deliver burn after burn.

But it was Jeremy Frisch’s final line of “I yield my time, fuck you” that unexpectedly managed to become the catchphrase of the revolution.

The phrase “I yield my time” is often used in US politics for when a speaker has said all they need to say but still has allotted time available. For Frisch, the two seconds of waived time truly did put the cherry on top of his absolutely savage cake.