With the recent spate of deadly shootings both police-involved and against officers, an electronic billboard reading, “Hate cops?” in Muncie, Indiana, left at least one local resident dismayed. Offended, she posted a photo to Facebook, stirring more controversy.In its entirety, the billboard reads, “Hate cops? The next time you need help call a crackhead.” Muncie resident Megan Thomas noticed the sign on Saturday, when she was walking with her niece. She questioned whether taxpayer dollars had paid for the sign. “This outrageously offensive and covertly racist sign says ‘HATE COPS? The next time you need help CALL A CRACKHEAD,’”Thomas stated. “We have no local in-patient addiction treatment center, yet we have money for this?” she added. As of Tuesday afternoon, her post had over 1,000 shares. Thomas Muncie Star Press she was offended by a message, which she described as “vulgar, discriminatory to many different classes of people in our city,” and that the sign had appeared just before the start of a planned demonstration against police brutality a few blocks away. “I was very ashamed that something so dividing was present in Muncie,” Thomas said on Sunday. Sorry but I believe millions of Americans would agree with this sign in Indiana. The fact is people who protest against the police and call for cops to be killed in the streets, are the very same people who misuse 911 across the country on a daily basis. People who hate the cops in America and call them out like in Black Lives Matter, are the exact people who call the police to get babysat by them. If your someone in America who loves chanting for the deaths of police in America, and celebrate police killings when they happen...Sorry but a police officer shouldn't have to respond to your emergencies. The sign is exactly correct in stating if you hate cops basically get someone else to babysit your problems.