Now I can certainly understand how this officer can get worked up. However, though it is more likely because I was looking for it, I distinctly heard the driver begin to offer up his permit, more than once, as soon as he was approached. I would think the officers ears would be tuned to the words "concealed carry". I heard it. He was even offering it up to him. I can't believe the officer gets him out of the car and he doesn't wonder about the thing being waived in front of him while the driver is using the words "concealed carry".
Granted, it may have been smart to say something to the officer when he entered the car, but he was not being addressed.
As soon as he was addressed, he did what he was supposed to do. Throughout the rest of the ordeal, I think he did a very good job of remaining respectful, especially considering how he was being treated.
At 13:45 I believe is when the officer made some very, very poor choices. Threatening all three of the people earlier was bad enough, but talking about executing a citizen may not look good come review time.
I don't predict a very good ending for this particular police department.