"Police say Lundberg's speech was badly slurred, her eyes watery and bloodshot, and she seemed confused. She was argumentative, failed field sobriety tests and was taken to the Lino Lakes police station. While attempting to give a breath sample, she reportedly lost her balance, grabbed the breath testing machine and broke it."
Among the 66 comments (so far) left at the Lino Lakes PD Facebook page, at least one user felt that the cops should have refrained from publicly highlighting the bust on social media.
"It's very unprofessional for a policeman/woman to talk about the people they are arresting to the general public. What was put more into question was why a policeman/woman would quote someone who is clearly incapable of articulating herself let alone stand. The woman was very regretful and admitted how horrible it was of her to drink and drive. She said she is not a political person and was being sarcastic with the Trump comment and saying they should let her go-- not funny, but she was drunk…. Another perfect example of how the media wastes time and distracts the public from the real news around the world and local."
Leaving aside this particular incident, many people across the country (if not around the world) are having a difficult time coming to grips with the electoral college landslide victory of Donald Trump in the November 8 presidential election in part because as it came as a big surprise to the poll-obsessed news media.
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