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This Democratic Lawmaker’s Bizarre Meltdown Over A Speeding Ticket Will Make Your Day (Video)

Hilarious! I think she could get some tips by reading a book called “What Happened?” I have not read it but I think it is all about whining when you don’t get your way. This officer also showed great restraint.

BTW as a lawmaker, she should already know that ‘someone else was also breaking the law’ doesn’t work as an excuse for her breaking the law.

 

A police camera captured a Democratic county lawmaker bizarrely screaming, begging, invoking for special privileges, saying she’s broke, claiming to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and panting like she’s about to keel over while she received a routine speeding ticket for driving 13 miles per hour over the posted speed limit.

The legislator in the disturbing dash-cam video is Jennifer Schwartz Berky, a member of the Ulster County Legislature in Ulster County, New York.

The incident occurred back in May. The video is coming out now — just in time for local elections — in response to a Freedom of Information Law request (and in spite of appeals by Berky’s lawyer to suppress it).

A local news site, Hudson Valley One, has published a condensed version of Berky’s antics. Read more at TDC.

Full video:

County legislator Jennifer Schwartz Berky apologized for her behavior during the traffic.

The only reason she apologizes is because the video was released to the public and 99% of the people who watched it are totally disgusted by the way she acted. It’s so typical of politicians to rush to apologize only when they’ve been caught red-handed.

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