• Watch Marion Barry Tell A Female Reporter Asking About His Unpaid Parking Tickets, She Is “Full Of Shit”

    'You don't know a damn thing about Washington D.C.'

    And the Democrat’s war on women rages on.

    When FOX 5 reporter Emily Miller confronted D.C. Councilman Marion Barry about two years worth of unpaid parking tickets, Barry lashed out at Miller with a barrage of belittling sexism and chauvinism.

    “In this town we decide what’s important and what’s not important. With all the stuff that’s going on and you’re talking about parking tickets? That’s ridiculous,” Barry lamented.

    “But you have $600 in outstanding parking tickets,” Miller responded.

    “I may have more than that, I don’t know,” Barry replied arrogantly.

    After Miller pointed out that the tickets were “from 2012 and 2013,” and after offering to show them to the former crack-smoking mayor, Barry said, “I don’t want to see them! I want you to go find something else to do.”

    Barry then shouted that he pays all of his tickets.

    “You don’t, sir,” Miller replied. “I have to pay my parking tickets within 30 days,” Miller explained, “you’ve gone two or three years without paying your $600.”

    “You don’t know a damn thing about Washington, D.C.,” Barry said.

    “Really, sir? I don’t know a damn thing about Washington, D.C. because you won’t pay your parking tickets?” Miller fired back.

    Ahh, you full of shit,” Barry replied while waving Miller off.

    Barry eventually began to go on about the tickets being assigned to a set of license plates that aren’t his own.

    It’s worth noting that Barry reportedly had 21 tickets totaling $2,824 in fines, which was all revealed after he caused a car crash, driving down the wrong side of the road last Saturday night

    In the end, Barry agreed to pay a lesser fine after the DMV reduced his charges.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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