Nadler intern spits on cop, gets arrested: So much for that ‘Soul of the Nation’ posturing

Nadler intern spits on cop, gets arrested: So much for that ‘Soul of the Nation’ posturing
Devina Singh (Image: Left—Twitter screen grab, right—NYPD)

By Wes Walker

Contempt for ordinary Americans comes easily to the pampered political class… especially if there’s a (D) after their name.

We all watched as Jerrold Nadler and Adam Schiff abused their authority and laid waste to any semblance of due process during “The Impeachment” (capital T, capital I). We’ve seen the “Squad” leading the charge in undermining respect for law enforcement on a national level and Kamala Harris helping to bail out criminals, including sexual offenders.

Should it really surprise any of us if that same poisoned attitude comes out from the “lesser lights” on the Left?

Here is one of Nadler’s employees.

And she’s acting every bit as vile and hateful as the people she works for:

I really hope any career aspirations she may have had don’t require a clean criminal record. If they do, this genteel lass might need a serious rethink her future.

Unluckily for her, the training police officers receive on showing restraint in the face of taunts from the public (which undercuts every argument people like her ever make about cops being fascists) ends at physical contact, including the exchange of bodily fluids.

The New York Post has the particulars of the incident and its aftermath:

Devina Singh, 24, was caught on video without a mask and screaming at the sergeant, “F— you, fascist!” before allegedly spitting at him.

…Singh and her comrades were among the mob of left-wing, anti-cop protesters who clashed with police in the West Village, lit garbage on fire and screamed at diners outdoors, cops said. Sixty people were arrested.

Before that, hundreds gathered for a mostly peaceful post-Election Day demonstration in Washington Square Park, chanting, “Count the vote.”

Singh was also busted on resisting arrest charges at a Big Apple protest in September and unlawful assembly during a protest in Brooklyn in October, police said.

On her since-deleted Instagram, she proudly posted a photo of her arrest in New York City on Sept. 18, writing, “im so f—— mad … probs bc behind me (white shirt) is Deputy Inspector Elias J. Nikas AKA Little Dick Nik.”

Lot of good that bravado does her.

Maybe some people should just stay away from social media altogether.

It only brings out the worst in them.

Cross posted at ClashDaily


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