Pride of the Dipshits Episode VI

If you follow Goliath’s awe inspiring series “Pride of the Dipshits” you will have done already encountered Gavin Seim. Last time we feature Gavin, he was bullying a couple granny types who worked for FEMA and handing out information at a Home Depot. See http://gawnews.com/pride-of-the-dipshits-episode-v/

Gavin done stepped his game for Episode VI ,  hassling a cop for driving an unmarked car.  If you watch this here what amaze Goliath is that the cop actually indulged Seim in his dipshit folly with good humor. Check it out:

Gavin pretty much soils his panties getting to talk to a cop.  Goliath guesses Gavin the dipshit probly rides a recumbent bicycle too.

Here’s what the statute dipshit is relying on ACTUALLY says: This section shall not apply to vehicles of a sheriff’s office, local police department, or any vehicles used by local peace officers under public authority for special undercover or confidential investigative purposes. This subsection shall not apply to: (a) Any municipal transit vehicle operated for purposes of providing public mass transportation; (b) any vehicle governed by the requirements of subsection (4) of this section; nor to (c) any motor vehicle on loan to a school district for driver training purposes. It shall be lawful and constitute compliance with the provisions of this section, however, for the governing body of the appropriate county, city, town, or public body other than the state of Washington or its agencies to adopt and use a distinctive insignia which shall be not less than six inches in diameter across its smallest dimension and which shall be displayed conspicuously on the right and left sides of the vehicle. Such insignia shall be in a color or colors contrasting with the vehicle to which applied for maximum visibility

and:

(3) Subsection (2) of this section shall not apply to vehicles used by the Washington state patrol for general undercover or confidential investigative purposes. Traffic control vehicles of the Washington state patrol may be exempted from the requirements of subsection (2) of this section at the discretion of the chief of the Washington state patrol