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Kelvin Dingle later explained to 'Fox & Friends' that 'my heart was broken because of the things that I saw'
Maj. Kelvin Dingle — operation commander at the Morehouse School of Medicine Department of Public Safety in Atlanta — made a video that has quickly gone viral.
"I wake up every morning and kiss my family goodbye, knowing that there's a possibility I won't come home," Dingle says as he sits behind the wheel of his car. "I am tired of every time I wake up in the morning there's someone else polarizing the fact that maybe law enforcement is just not a good thing! All of us are not bad! I am not as they are! Most of us are not! There are bad people in every career! I'm so goddamn tired! Tired! Tired!"
The TikTok video has been viewed 1.6 million times as of Wednesday morning and seems to be striking a chord. Newsweek reported that one user wrote, "This absolutely breaks my heart. I am SO grateful for you and appreciate all you have sacrificed. I feel so blessed to have men like you."
Dingle told "Fox & Friends" Tuesday that when he created the video, he was simply riding home and thinking about how badly police officers have been treated recently. "And that day, I just, honestly, had enough. My heart was broken because of the things that I saw in just traveling home to my family, and it wasn't always that way."
Damn. You have to listen to this man. https://t.co/hU1IMWtpxA— Ian Miles Cheong (@Ian Miles Cheong)1619925018.0
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