He did not say "more often".
In the below context, the qualifier "more" is implied and does not need to be explicitly mentioned to convey the implication:
The problem is that in real life, often the people who think they are right and good actually aren't,
Because people make all sorts of mistakes "often" — and that is not worth mentioning. So, if you mention it, you are implying, that a particular mistake happens more often than others.
some cops wanting their boots licked.
Neah, they are all busy chasing you over your truancy.
What would you consider to be an acceptable error rate in this situation?
I did not express any opinion of my own on the "acceptable" rates or actions in this thread. I'm just pointing out the discrepancy between our condemnation of fictitious vs. real police (and military).
A discrepancy, that, strangely enough, does not exist (or is not as big) in our disapproval of other things — like on-screen sexism or racism.