A woman was arrested and is facing a felony charge after she followed a congressman from a town hall meeting Monday night.
Wendi Wright, a resident of Obion County, Tennessee followed the vehicle of Republican Tennessee Rep. David Kustoff and aide Marianne Dunavant on Highway 45 South near Martin, according to a press release from the Weakley County Sheriff’s Office.
Prior to the incident, Kustoff and his aide had been at an agricultural meeting at the University of Tennessee Martin campus.
When the lawmaker’s vehicle pulled into the driveway, the 35-year-old Wright allegedly got out of her vehicle and screamed at them then hit the windows of their vehicle.
She also reportedly stood in the way of the congressman’s car in an attempt to stop them from leaving, according to the release.
Wright has been charged with felony reckless endangerment and released on $1,000 bond.
100% Fed Up reports:
A Tennessee woman has obviously bought into the left’s playbook to act as crazy as possible when at a town hall…The ironic thing in what she did is she now cannot vote. Felons can’t vote…LOL!