As Fox News Channel’s Greg Gutfeld would have put it, she made like the front door on a house trailer during a hurricane — she became unhinged.
A Tennessee woman followed her congressman — Rep. David Kustoff — who was driving from a town hall meeting held at the University of Tennessee, Martin campus Monday with his aide, Marianne Dunavant, WREG News Channel 3 reported.
Eventually the pair pulled over into the driveway of an acquaintance and Wendi Wright, 35, pounced. She exited her own vehicle and began screaming at the Republican and his aide.
As she did so, she pounded on the car and even reached into the other vehicle and blocked it from leaving.
Wright’s cue to finally leave came when Kustoff and Dunavant called police, and that could have been the end of it except for one thing — the deranged Wright had to boast of her encounter on Facebook, and the jig was up.
She was arrested and charged with felony reckless endangerment.
Clip via WREG
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