It is not clear which actress Amanda Bynes is in greater need of: basic driving or constitutional law lessons. After being arrested for drunk driving, Bynes took to Twitter to ask that President Barack Obama “fire the cop who arrested me.” While Obama may be willing to break away from an emerging civil war in Syria and a worsening economy to address the pressing problems of the starlet, he may find it difficult to fire the officer who is a state employee. However, according to the Justice Department, he does have the ability to declare the officer a threat to the nation and have him summarily executed. After all, if arresting a starlet is not an act of terrorism in our celebrity-driven society, I do not know what is.
Bynes was charged around 3 a.m. in April by an L.A. County deputy after her black BMW allegedly hit the rear corner of the sheriff’s vehicle — she then refused a sobriety test. The 26-year-old actress decided to go straight to the Commander-in-Chief: “Hey @BarackObama… I don’t drink . . lease fire the cop who arrested me. I also don’t hit and run. The end.”
Bynes emerged as a star in the Nickelodeon show “All That,” and later movies.
Bynes has had a series of traffic incidents. However, this appears the first time that she has called in the President to act on her behalf.
If I were this officer, I would look out for any drones spotted in the Los Angeles area for the next few weeks.
Source: LA Times