Unhinged Portland Commissioner Makes the News Again

Jo Ann Hardesty is making headlines again

Portland city commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty did her thing to defund the police. She even demands that “mayor” Ted Wheeler gives her full control of the police bureau.

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In November, Hardesty called the police in Clark County, Washington, during a Lyft ride home from the casino. Hardesty didn’t like the Lyft driver and left the windows cracked. She shocked the person with a temper tantrum, and the driver ended the ride at a gas station.

Guess what… Hardesty didn’t want to get out of the man’s car and they both called the police.

Hardesty made even more headlines.

A Portland driver said she was rear-ended Wednesday afternoon while stopped at the traffic lights in Southeast Portland. Hardesty hit her and took off from the spot.

Portland police went to her place, but Hardesty didn’t open the door. She even claims the police never knocked on her door.

Oregon Live reported:

The driver reported the collision after returning home. She told police she had been side-by-side earlier on the road with the car that struck her and saw the other driver on the phone or looking down in her lap before the accident.

A driver also gave police a license plate of the car that struck her. Hardesty was listed as the suspect on a computer dispatch report. No injuries were reported.

Hardesty said the allegations are false, according to her spokesman, Matt McNally.

“Commissioner Hardesty has asked me to let you know that she takes these accusations very seriously. She denies the accusation that she drove her vehicle in the last 24 hours, that she was involved in any vehicle accident and says she has not been contacted by the Portland Police Bureau regarding any such incident,” he said by email.

The commissioner has planned a video news conference at 12:30 p.m. to answer any questions.

Hardesty even blames the police for opening fire during protests.

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Source: The Gateway Pundit

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