Can You Guess What This Person Was Charged With?

christina-ferguson-peanut-butterChristina Ferguson, 32, really, really does not like Donald Trump . . .

Ferguson is charged with entering a meeting that she believed was a Trump rally in Amherst Junction, Wisconsin on Monday October 17 shouting her contempt for the GOP nominee. She was holding a “family-size jar of low-sodium, creamy natural Jif.” It turned out to be a meeting of the local environmental organization, Tomorrow River Conservation Club. When one member went outside, Ferguson was seen smearing peanut butter on a car.

The complaint describes how Ferguson denied leaving her apartment while licking her fingers. Not the best criminal defense argument. She later reportedly acknowledged that she was motivated by “how much she loved Hillary Clinton and hated Donald Trump” and reportedly added “Peanut buttering is better than firebombing, and Trump plans on firebombing everybody in other countries.” Putting aside anaphylactic shock, there is little to argue with that point, but it is still a crime.

Not surprisingly, Ferguson’s blood alcohol level was 0.218, more than twice the legal limit for driving.

She is now charged with disorderly conduct.

30 thoughts on “Can You Guess What This Person Was Charged With?

  1. how did these people get to be so stupid?

    Hillary has threaten war with Russia and China with her no fly zone over Syria. She’s already stuck her nose in the Ukraine and destroyed Libya, she also wants to bomb Iran.

    Trump has state he wants to be friends with Russia and claw back the money from Iran and end the manipulation of the Chinese yuan – not slaughter and kill them.

    I blame the media for not informing the public – all six owners.

  2. Does a charge of disorderly conduct encompass the act of smearing peanut butter on the parked vehicle? I don’t think so. Instead, this article should be entitled, CAN YOU GUESS WITH WHAT THIS PERSON SHOULD HAVE BEEN CHARGED, BUT WASN’T?

    As an aside, what is that blob on her chin? A big zit or more peanut butter that never made its way to her mouth?

  3. Just another typical Clinton voter. Her defense will be that she imagined that Trump had grabbed her rear end and attempted to giver her a hickey, and that the thought of this drove her to commit illegal acts. The sympathetic Media Presstitutes will blame Trump for her condition.

  4. Democrats have become the most paranoid group around. Do you think she was paid by Clinton operatives? Just like the finally confimed news that the violence at Trump rally’s was all insitgated and paid for by Clinton and the Dems but this shows the ignorance of so many of the Dem supporters

  5. Insane Russophobia coming from Hillary (Obama, too) and her neocon policy team that brought you the Iraq War. Hillary is now Joe McCarthy plus Gen. Jack D. Ripper from Dr. Strangelove.

    • Well said. Be nice to give her a ride on a cruise missile. Someone should redo “Distant Early Warning” by Rush since we are all here again, and put her on the missile instead of the kid. What a great ad.

      Also, I thought another great ad would be the mutants from Planet of the Apes showing their support for Hillary. They could sing it in all those crazy 4ths.

  6. I can’t blame her for the BAC, there is a brewery in Amherst called Central Waters that makes some mighty fine beverages. Not sure how far their distribution is, but I highly recommend trying some.

  7. ” “After the little prayer, Mr. Trump turned to Secretary Clinton and said, ‘You are one tough and talented woman,’” Dolan said. “He said, ‘This has been a good experience, this whole campaign, as tough as it’s been.'”

    Clinton then returned the compliment.

    “She said to him, ‘Donald, whatever happens, we need to work together afterward,’” Dolan said.”

  8. On the topic of peanut butter, I like smooth and sometimes chunky. But, in typical US food culture fashion, it’s almost now all SUPER CHUNK. Not spreadable, just a wad of peanuts. So, I mix the super chuck w/ creamy and get some normalcy. Hey, what about Warren Harding’s “Return to Normalcy” campaign. Normalcy sounds good now, doesn’t it. The duopoly has become mutant abnormal.

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