Yahoo- Remember Coyotes fan Ronda Pearson who ranted at the Glendale mayor during a special City Council session Wednesday that essentially voided the Coyotes lease in Glendale?
She got to live her dream – or many Coyotes fans dreams – and by tasing Glendale mayor Jerry Weiers. It was for charity of course.
Per 12 News in the Phoenix area:
Weiers said he would allow himself to be Tased if he was able to raise $10,000 for the 100 Club of Arizona, a group that raises money for first responders.
The donor was anonymous, however a crowdfunding effort to raise the money had been in the works by various Arizona Coyotes fans.
Laugh now. Seriously, laugh now. It's all fun and games when a female with anger issues is tasing the mayor for charity. It gets a little more real when she's errantly assassinating every single person that looks at her wrong. Between the look in that woman's eye and the ease with which you can get a carrier's permit in Arizona, the blood of her next boyfriend is essentially on the city's hands. You see that glimmer in her eyes post-tase? That wasn't a "oh man, I have always wanted to do that" glimmer, that was a "I can't wait to do that again" glimmer. You give women a certain power and they will never give it up. Good thing we gave this woman the power to shoot someone she hates in back without consequence. This lady had the focus of a heart surgeon on adderall, and the pin point accuracy of the DC sniper. You think a slightly disabled mayor is her last victim you have another thing coming. Before you go to bed tonight I want everyone to say a prayer for the next man that wrongs this woman. The next guy that finds a way into those panties better put a ring on it whether he likes it or not. This woman's dog house just became a firing range.
You could literally do something like this for every single politician on the planet. Hell, you might need a 9 MM to cut through the fat, but you could get upwards of quadruple digits to pay triple digits to fire one off in Chris Christie's back. There are superintendents in North Dakota that could ring up a couple hundred dollars for charity. There's not a politician with an approval rating that is above the hatred necessary for gun (or taser) violence.