A Republican lawmaker just found herself in hot water after dashcam footage emerged of her berating police officers during her arrest for driving under the influence after they smelled marijuana issuing from the vehicle.
New Jersey Republican Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg was rear-ended last April in the very early morning – and threw a tantrum when the police wouldn’t breathalyze the car behind her.
“It’s 3 in the morning and they’re probably drinking. Make them do a breathalyzer. I don’t need this kind of sh*t from these assh*les who can’t drive.”
Of course, she insisted on throwing her position around.
I got rear-ended and you guys are treating me like I’m the f**king a**hole. I am a sitting assemblywoman. I am not an assh*le!”
“I have done nothing but support the police, I have have been one of your number one supporters politically. F*cking assh*oles. Yeah, exactly, mess with the wrong person.”
The police were not impressed with her profanity and arrested her anyway. Rodriguez-Gregg has announced she will not be running for re-election.
Watch the footage here (begins at 4:05):