WATCH: Democrat Freaks Out, Grabs Man’s Cell Phone

On camera, Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH) seized a phone from a man who asked her if she thought President Joe Biden should resign as she was walking through Detroit Metro Airport.

When the man was filming the veteran Democrat congresswoman, he said, “Excuse me, congresswoman.” Should Biden step down?”

The National Republican Congressional Committee uploaded this video:

The man asked the same question again, but Kaptur disregarded it.

He questioned, “Why has the White House lied about Joe Biden’s decreasing cognitive abilities?” when she didn’t respond to him.

At that point, the 21-term lawmaker seemed to lose her composure.

Kaptur, 78, cut the video as he stared into the man’s camera before reaching for his phone.

The man asked, “Congresswoman, why did you seize my phone like that?” The tape immediately resumed.

“Because she’s unpleasant and disrespectful and doesn’t care about the others, obviously,” an off-camera female bystander said.

And the woman said, “That’s why she’s upset.”

At last, Kaptur responded to the man with a set of inquiries of her own.

“What’s your name?” The congresswoman made a demand. “Where are you residing?”

She circled him and asked him multiple times where he lived.

The man said, “I don’t have to tell you that information,” which made Kaptur respond, “Then I’m not responding to you.”

“I just want to know, congressman, should Joe Biden stand down,” the man asked again, as she began to leave.

“No,” she answered.

As the argument continued, Kaptur questioned why the questioner was “reading questions off that sheet” and asked, “Who owns you?”

The man answered, “Nobody owns me.” “I only have a few inquiries,”

Kaptur said, “They own you,” as she left the airport.

“It’s one thing to pose a question, but an unknown individual refusing to identify himself and shoving a camera in the congressmembers personal space is another thing entirely,” a campaign spokesman for Kaptur told Fox News.

The representative went on, “The man has still not identified himself or the company for which he works.” “Congresswoman Kaptur is entirely committed to bringing additional transformative federal investment to Northwest Ohio, regardless of these politics.”

An additional Kaptur employee became entangled in controversy when he boasted of having received a “call” informing him that his school loan had been eliminated.

Director of communications at Kaptur, Ben Kamens, wrote on X in June that he was “glad to let the government cancel it instead of paying it off.”

“This individual, a government employee, received over $80,000 in compensation from taxpayers last year, according to Legistorm. Now, he boasts about making those same taxpayers pay an additional $8k for loans that he declined to pay for,” writes Sean Davis, co-founder of the Federalist.

Kamens decided to make his account private after facing a lot of criticism.

Imagine a person who works as a plumber, HVAC technician, mechanic, Walmart employee, janitor, or personal support worker but didn’t attend college or accumulate debt. They simply chose to put in a lot of effort,” political analyst Ari Goldkind said.

Now picture them realizing that they are footing the bill for this idiot’s schooling. The idiot made a decision that would lead to debt.

Matthew Foldi, a hoodie-wearing spectator reporter, later confronted Kamens outside Kaptur’s office as he attempted to elude the media.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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