The police officer crying in that viral Egg McMuffin video wants you to know she’s ‘sick of people being mean’
"Everyone has lost the whole point of the video," Talbert, a sheriff's deputy in McIntosh County, Georgia, told NBC News. Talbert's tearful 2½-minute clip, in which the employees of her local McDonald's (MCD) were accused of holding back her breakfast order because she is a cop - and possibly even manipulated - went viral on Twitter (TWTR) on Wednesday. Both fast food incidents have contributed to the growing tension between police officers and the communities they serve, the backlash against the police and widespread protests against racial injustice and police brutality in the weeks since Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and Rayshard Brooks Worthy of special mention were killed during their encounters with law enforcement agencies.
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