DUI checkpoints are set up to trap drunk drivers, but does it also infringe on the rights of drivers who make the right choices and don't drink and drive?

This man seems to know the law pretty well and lets the police know that without reasonable cause there is no reason for a civilian to give the police his ID.

Sure, this all could of been handled if he would of given the police his ID, but considering this man did nothing wrong and is being forced to hand over identification seems kinda of illegal if you ask me.

I know this video will get some hate, but before you go on and on about how police have a right to pull you over to check to see if you're drunk, maybe think about how this man might have made some good points.