Mayor Goes Off on Cops in Curse-Filled Tirade After Being Arrested
November 25, 2013 5:58pm PST
Mayor Gordon Jenkins of Monticello, New York was not very happy to be arrested for drunk driving on Nov. 16, to say the least. He was so upset that he attacked the police in a profanity-laced tirade in the station.
Jenkins was arrested after an auto accident. Witnesses on the scene thought he seemed drunk and police arrested him as a result.
Once in police headquarters the mayor began to profanely pull the “do you know who I am” card not to mention the race card.
At one point he began yelling, “Don’t call me mayo. Call me n****r, because that’s what I am when I’m right here in handcuffs. But you know something? I don’t give a f**k.”
Then, despite that he was drunk, he decided that the reason he was arrested was to “humiliate” him.
Mayor Jenkins in custody.
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According to New York Channel 2, this isn’t the first time that Mayor Jenkins and the Monticello Police Department have been at odds.
The Mayor has been using arguments with the police as a race card ploy in his campaigns. This is only the latest example of that.
The Mayor begins smashing up the room.
But one suspects that the good Mayor is just trying to do his best to obscure his own indiscretions. He has a record of fraud having been caught and convicted in the past of selling counterfeit shoes. He has other red marks on his police record, too.
THe town is so proud of its mayor.
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Just another cook in office.
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