Skip to comments.Wasserman Schultz Involved in Police Altercation Outside Voting Precinct
Posted on 10/31/2012 5:43:19 AM PDT by servo1969
A group of sign-waving campaign ralliers comprised of both Democrat and Republican supporters outside an Aventura, Florida polling location witnessed Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz get involved in a heated altercation with an Aventura policeman after she apparently took issue with his request to not engage in campaign activities in the street which would hold up oncoming traffic.
She listened to the police officers respectful and reasonable request, but Wasserman Schultz continued to argue with the police officer, according to several people who witnessed the incident.
Wasserman Schultz was greeting voters and waiving her campaign signs on a street that leading into the polling site and was obstructing traffic by stopping cars before they could even enter the parking area.
The police officer respectfully asked Wasserman Schultz to move onto the sidewalk as everyone else was required to do, but the Congresswoman was unhappy with not being able to campaign how she saw it fit. Unnerved by the simple request from a police officer, Wasserman Schultz made a well placed phone call to some unknown individual in a position of authority. Five minutes later, the Aventura City Mayor came to the scene and was confronted by Debbie Wasserman Schultz and proceeded to get an earful from her as well.
Wasserman Schultz stayed about 20 minutes before she left the scene with the six or so supporters she brought with her . After the congresswoman left, one of the Democrat supporters who witnessed the whole incident confronted the Mayor and told him that what she did was extremely inappropriate for her to berate him in the manner she did.
This altercation is just a few days removed from an earlier incident in which the congresswoman took issue with a Democrat voter who refused to campaign and support her and instead supported her Republican congressional opponent Karen Harrington.
DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM ?
I am a Congressperson, the head of the DNC, don’t you recognise my crappy hairdo?
Too bad she wasn’t standing in the middle of I-95 with her signs.
Anyone else would have been introduced to Mr. Handcuff.
The laws are for thee, not for me...
If ugliness was a crime she would get a firing squad.
They would all be volunteers.
Ugliness like that would turn back bullets.
I also think her tirades are symbolic of the possibility she is going to lose her career as a politician.
First a little session with Mr Tazer.
Good idea !
Why didn’t they just tazer the ugly biotch?
Desperation. There are two kinds of people who do not act like this:
1. Candidates who are cruising to victory.
2. People with basic morals and respect for others.
Since the Congresswoman is neither (and has the added stress of being the DNC chair who helped make her PResident a one-termer) she’s giving a cop a hard time.
"May I suggest using your night stick, officer?"
There have been a significant number of posts over the last several months about Police officers shooting dogs. Is this the exception that proves the rule?
Then the only place for her to go would be the asylum.
Can we get a photoshop of Miss Debbie in a straitjacket?
Hah hah - good old Billy Ray Valentine!
Trading Places is one of my favorite movies.
“Unnerved by the simple request from a police officer, Wasserman Schultz made a well placed phone call...”
That seems to be the “adult” tattletale’s answer to everything...They look at you with that look as they punch in the numbers...as though they’re ordering an airstrike onto your head. What a joke...Grow up, morons!
In fact, many dems I know are disgusted with what has been going on especially with the passage of Obamacare because NONE of these asshats knew what was in it before they voted on it!
Or this one from Nancy Pee-losi.....
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