Journalist Jenni Monet claimed she was abused, racially profiled by cops but then the video came out and it shows a completely different story.
Footage from the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Department, which was also obtained by KRQE News 13, captured the activist’s seemingly belligerent behavior.
Court documents obtained by KRQE News 13 say the journalist was turned away by a liquor store in Santa Fe when she tried to buy two bottles of wine while allegedly appearing to be drunk.
According to surveillance video obtained by the news network, Monet pulls up to the store and goes inside, but is refused service. “She then went back out to her car before she went back inside, and started screaming and making obscene gestures toward the staff.”
After the encounter, both Monet and the employees at the liquor store called authorities. More
“The fact that I’m an award-winning journalist and that I said that to these officers, and they didn’t even run an ID check on me or check my name, or even validate the fact that I had called them for help…” Are award-winning journalists subject to different enforcement of laws than everyone else? If the answer is no then how is it relevant that she may be one?
As soon as I clicked on the video I recognized my local news anchors… she’s in New Mexico. Why would she think they’re racially profiling her for being brown??? Most people here are brown smh.
— StephS (@StephS1732) May 28, 2019
Nothing screams entitled brat like an entitled brat screaming at liquor store employees for not selling your drunk self alcohol. When your backs against the wall don’t forget to play that race card.Don't forget to Like Godfather Politics on Facebook and Twitter, and visit our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.