Bullshit. A cop ask you to show identification because your walking through a neighborhood with a rifle and handgun, you do it. Period. His rights were forfeited when he acted suspiciously, and resisted the officers peaceful request to show identification. Just another redneck looking for attention.
When he said, 'they don't care about the law,' he was referring to the people that called into the police to report a suspicious man walking through their neighborhood with two guns. Yes, the people don't know all the laws, so they have the right to call the police if they feel they are in danger. You don't need an open carried AR for snakes and coyotes, and he was being a direct dick.
There was no proof that he wasn't breaking the law until proper identification was established. I have a conceal permit that is accepted in Texas. If I ever get pulled over in a car, I put my hands at ten and two, tell the officer I have a gun, and allow him to remove it from my person before we interact. At the end of the interaction, he replaces it, and we go about our day. This guy snatched the rifle back from the cop after telling him that it was none of his business why he had his rifle, which immediately made him suspicious. He's lucky he didn't get shot right then and there for pulling a gun on an officer (which can be defended if the officer says that he was pulling back to fire, or get in a defensive stance. Police are there to protect, not clean up bodies and hope everyone has a good day about it; they did their jobs properly, this guy is just a douche.
Sec. 411.205. Requirement to Display License.
If a license holder is carrying a handgun on or about the license holder's person when a magistrate or a peace
officer demands that the license holder display identification, the license holder shall display both the license
holder's driver's license or identification certificate issued by the department and the license holder's handgun