Police departments all around the country are having trouble getting in touch with reality as multiple scandals have been popping up left, right, and center. From fake "thank you" cards to a shocking video of an officer crying over her egg McMuffin, I think they're really starting to lose it out here.

As the video went viral, more and more people jumped in to bring the officer back to reality.

But now she's hit back - saying that she's 'sick of people being mean'.

Read on to watch the full video for yourselves to see if you think she was overreacting...

As people continue to fight for their lives, others are fighting for much less serious problems...

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Like having to wait a few extra minutes for a Mcdonald's breakfast... If it sounds weird, that's because it is.

But how did we initially get here?

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On Monday, May 25th, a defenseless black man was killed while in a police restraint.

George Floyd was arrested and forced to the ground...

Where former police officer, Derek Chauvin, proceeded to kneel on his neck, while 3 other officers knelt on his back.

Footage of George's "arrest" quickly circulated on social media...

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And, in the highly distressing scenes, he could be heard begging with the officers to release him and repeatedly saying "Please, please... I can't breathe."

After nearly ten minutes, George was completely unresponsive.

An ambulance arrived and took the unconscious man to hospital but, devastatingly, he was pronounced dead upon arrival. He was only forty-six years old.

Thousands upon thousands of people have been taking to the streets in protest...

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And they are all marching for one thing: For the blatant racism and injustice in this country to be brought to an end.

Protests have been taking place all over the world.

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From the United Kingdom to New Zealand, the global solidarity has been incredible to see.

Tensions surrounding our police force are continuing to escalate.

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Police racism has been casually happening across our country for centuries, and it needs to end now.

In some cases, police officers are losing more and more respect.

While countless officers have been commended for their solidarity during the riots, some police forces have come under serious fire.

The department in Austin have apparently received a flurry of thank you cards from "grateful residents."

The envelopes are adorned with messages such as "u r appreciated" and "we are so thankful and grateful for all you do."

Eagle-eyed Twitter users noticed a significant detail in the photographs...

The letter "T" on all the envelopes all look oddly similar, don't they?

Still not convinced?

Take a closer look... You have to admit, the handwriting is awfully familiar and so are the awkward messages written on the cards.

But one Twitter scandal has taken over recently and it involves one particular video.

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The two-minute clip shows a police officer in her car having a breakdown because she couldn't see McDonald workers preparing her meal.

"They just handed me a coffee... And that's it."

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She started getting incredibly emotional that she didn't get her English breakfast meal and later on in the video, starts crying over it.

You know what? I'll give her one thing.

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She claims she had just come off a shift and she was tired and hungry, and I understand what that can do to a person, but imagine posting this video with that much confidence.

And Twitter users couldn't help but rip into her.

I mean, it is a little out of touch. Keep scrolling to see the full video.

Comments flooded in.

Some people were extremely passionate about it.

Even when some people tried to defend her...

This reason stood out more.

And this user just spoke the facts.

Why don't you put this energy into supporting the movement?

She will most likely get a lifetime supply of egg McMuffins now...

And black people will continue to suffer at the hands of the police force.

You seriously can't make this stuff up anymore...

We all have to wait for our orders, officer. It ain't just you.

One time I waited an hour for mine because I knew how strained fast-food workers are.

Clearly some people have never worked in the industry...

We have more pressing issues to deal with right now.

I get waiting is frustrating, especially when you're hungry but this might be taking it too far.

Have the police lost touch with reality?

People think she needs to try completing a full shift at McDonald's before making complaints like this.

And then, ladies and gentlemen, we have people like this:

Grow up, it was a phone order so no one could decipher who was what race. It was simply an order that was taking a while.

When you see the video, you'll understand what I mean.

This is so true.

Some delusional people were actually defending the wait...

But with some random reasons... Okay.

"This post is odd," says one user.

We agree!

Here's the full video so you can see for yourselves:

Anyways, support the movement. Be kind to one another. Don't be a racist. Keep scrolling if you want to read more about nice police officers who empathize with their fellow human beings.

But now she's hit back.

And she claims that she's 'sick of people being mean'.

'Everyone has lost the point'.

Not my words of course, but the words of Officer Talbert - who has admitted some of the comments were funny, but not all of them.

She spoke to Buzzfeed.

And in an interview with Buzzfeed, she said:
I’m not bitching. I think that s**t's funny. 'Cop Karen' — whoever did that, that’s funny. 'Molly McMuffin', someone called me. That's funny! I’d make money if I was that funny.

She added:

It really had nothing to do with McDonald’s and the food. That was just what triggered it. This feeling we feel in law enforcement constantly. You’re always looking, we're arching our necks, to make sure everything is safe not just for you, but for everyone else. There are times I wish I could just be normal and not have to feel like that. Everyone completely lost the point except for law enforcement. We all feel that way except I voiced it.

'I'm sick of people being mean'.

I'll give her that - fair play. She can accept the humor but there's no need for people to be mean...