Skip to comments. Another Senate brawl in Albany: Sen. Kevin Parker charges towards then curses out female coll
Posted on 12/18/2018 4:02:01 PM PST by GuavaCheesePuff
ALBANY - Hotheaded state Sen. Kevin Parker erupted again.
Parker "charged" toward a female colleague Tuesday night during heated, closed-door squabbling over whether to toss Hiram Monserrate from the chamber, Senate sources said.
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Don’t tell me. A democrat who beats up women.
Yep. Black and a Democrat.
UFC has come to the ny senate? Let’s see some video beat downs. At least then the ny senate would be of some value.
This happened eight years ago. Why post it now?
I think it would be nice if Senators got a hold of their roots and started carrying canes again. They made for some interesting assaults in the south.
To highlight that Parker is very bitter and angry.
Eight years ago? It has been posted twice already today.
It’s New York... nuff said.
Dont tell me. A democrat who beats up women.
After all, “Brawl” is plural for “Teen”
It’s confusing as hell, but apparently this same jerk is in trouble again for a similar incident in the last 48 hours.
I’m shocked! Shocked, I tell you! Shocked!
The same dude with the parking issue?
What a Prince.
I see you posted this in News and not Chat. I guess we also should be grateful you didn’t also abuse the Breaking News function.
Sorry. Not you two.
Guava seems to be very confused today.
Don’t let that hothead Kevin Parker in a McDonalds. He might punch out the young girl who gave him no ketchup packets.
Move along, nothing to see.
‘Hotheaded state Sen. Kevin Parker erupted again.’
do I need to look...?
Makes me wonder if the NY State Legislature has the same type of slush fund to keep their sexual harassment, abuse, and assault settlements hushed up. I'd have to believe there is one.
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