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What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? Or in this case, what happens during a routine traffic stop when a Texas police officer comes face to face with a “sovereign citizen” — a member of a right-wing fringe movement that denies the government holds any authority over them.

Click above to watch as the “sovereign” man repeatedly challenges the cop’s authority — refusing to even show any identification. But nothing — not even the car window he wouldn’t open — can shield him from the full force of the law.

Video via Southern Poverty Law Center.

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