Friday, March 29, 2013

Scuzzbucket of the Week

From the wacked out state of Arizona, this scuzzbucket is an elected official.



Senator Don Shooter, went to his grandson’s school to discuss several incidents of alleged bullying by a teacher.


Shooter burst into the classroom the morning of March 22 in a “visibly angry manner” and demanded to speak with a teacher, who told police Shooter “was an arm’s length from me pointing and shaking his finger at me,” the report said.

The outburst scared the teacher, Danielle Munoz, and students in her classroom.

“She was afraid for her safety and the safety of her students,” according to an officer’s account of the incident in the police report.

Munoz is seeking an injunction against harassment and wants to press charges against Shooter, who is under investigation for assault, third-degree criminal trespassing, and the disruption of an educational institution.

No charges have been filed against the Yuma Republican and no arrest had been made.

According to the 15-page report, Shooter was told by the registrar at the school’s entrance that Munoz was teaching a class and was not available to meet with him. But when the registrar was distracted by a phone call, the senator walked past her and into Munoz’s classroom, the report said.


This isn't the first scuzzbucket-like action by the Senator. In 2011, he entered the Senate building for a special session on unemployment dressed in what some Senate Democrats are calling an offensive Mexican costume.

Shooter,a Republican, was reportedly dressed in a sombrero and poncho, chomping on a cigar and carrying a half-empty bottle of tequila in a gun holster.

Oh, yes, he is a Tea Party leader.

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