What did your state driver's manual say about how to request a green light from a demand-actuated intersection?.
It says you need to obey the law at all times, not just when it's convenient. What we need is a lot more bikers getting tickets for illegal behavior, until they either learn the law or realize that they need a suicide councilor, not a bicycle.
It's what his kind honestly believe.
Tribalism will get you nowhere. Oddly enough, CF seems to suffer from -too much- faith in the government. The idea that politicians are independent entities, only loosely tied to the people and corporations that paid for their campaigns, their re-elections, and their retirements after their term is up is a bit naive. But it's an attractive concept, we all want to have a 'good guy' in Washington, who is going to fix things. But good guys who fix thing don't get money to be reelected, and are quickly replaced by those who will play ball.
If it happens once, it's a bug. If it happens twice, it's a feature. If it happens more than twice, it's a design philosophy.