While yelling “F*ck the Police!” apparently her car got stolen.

Elizabeth Vega is one of the Ferguson protest leaders. She protested at sports venues and attempted a banner drop. She co-led the St Louis Symphony interruption, was arrested at the pumpkin smashing, yelled at the St Louis Post Dispatch protest, and helped block traffic with her freakshow in Clayton yesterday.

The police response: “We’ll get right on that ma’am.”

  1. deowll says:

    No doubt scraped out. Wonder if she’s self supporting? Seems unlikely she’d have the time if she had a job.

    • NewFormatSux says:

      Maybe the car was borrowed by a fellow protester to go to Kansas and protest the release of the Carr brothers from Death Row.

    • jpfitz says:

      Same old stereotypical thought process. Drives a pos and has time to protest and express her love for the authorities. So…she must be on the dole. Wow not much imagination , I had a higher opinion, still you are way above many narrow minded here.

  2. Ah_Yea says:

    Didn’t I see Bobbo the Troll riding around in a beat up Ol’ Saturn just yesterday??

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist and Student of Real Politik says:

      Nope, not me, musta been some other troll you saw. “Basically” I’m too big to fit in a saturn, and I avoid areas of racial or any other conflict. You know the type: no self awareness, no self depricating humor, no joy in a well worded snipe.

  3. OmegaProject says:


    • ± says:

      If karma existed then yes. It would be awesome if nature provided karma in it’s structure. The world would be purified rapidly and this blog couldn’t then be er … successful.

      But actually she is just another clueless liberal that somehow has managed to disavow or live disassociated from reality. Until now.

      Here’s the dealio with the grand jury. This is a simple case no matter which way the evidence points. So the decision is way over due. The jurors are probably just about to kill their handlers and the decision for sure is coming out before Thanksgiving. The bunnies will riot no matter which way the decision goes so the powers-that-be are waiting for a cold snap of weather to announce the decision to minimize the fallout.

      • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist and Student of Real Politik says:

        Yep….they are acting more like a jury than a grand jury. All the grand jury needs is: was the victim and the perp anywhere near each other. Its NOT ABOUT innocence or guilt.

        Better off to have had the DA DO HIS JOB and say yea or nay before all sides geared up.

        note: thats not hindsight.

        Back to the hypo from a few months ago: can anyone suggest a reasonable scenario where the cop is not guilty of something? “The cop thought he might have a knife or a gun and from 20 feet away there is no time to take a risk” doesn’t cut it for me.

        THAT doesn’t even take into account the cop is supposed to be trained and restrained–not reacting like you or I might do if thrown into a situation.

        Change is hard.

        • ± says:

          Sounds like your mind is made up. And with “facts” I never heard before.

          What was perfectly clear is that many facts were being withheld from the public. Eventually they will come out. That’s when someone can have an informed opinion about what happened, but it is too late for you.

        • NewFormatSux says:

          > can anyone suggest a reasonable scenario where the cop is not guilty of something?

          Not if you get your facts from the liberal media who want to spread a racist white cop message.

          With TrayVon Martin, the media’s message was

          “This guy looks like he’s up to no good. He looks black.”

          Real tape”This guy looks like he’s up to no good.
          Can you tell us what race he is, white black, Hispanic?
          He looks black.”

        • Tim says:

          Struggled in the car? Didn’t struggle in the car? Did he get away with the gun gun? No, he did not — unless the cop had a supersecret spare job-doer tucked away somewhere and available to him within seconds… Yea, unless the whole story of him running away is false (I don’t believe it is) It still stinks.

          Now, they may claim that he’s incredibly dangerous for showing a proclivity to attempt to unmanify officers fuckme so he needed ‘putting down’ after failing to not run away.

          One thing I’m sure of — That cop is an epitomy of what I’ve run into around here if one tries to assert ‘rights’:

          “If you want to take a picture of me one more time, I’m going to lock your ass up,” Wilson replies. “Officer, I’m not taking a picture,” Arman replies. “I’m recording this incident. Do I not have a right to record?” he asks. “No, you don’t,”


          corrections officer (whiny desk clerk): “You don’t disrespect an officer.”

          The falsely incarcerated: “I wasn’t showing disrespect, I was demonstrating my abject contempt of that pos.”

          “ouch. oww oww oww glub blub glug”

          • ± says:

            OK. Got it. Two here with their minds made up without waiting for all the facts to become available.

        • NewFormatSux says:

          I’m guessing you thought the cops that beat up Rodney King were guilty too.

  4. Cap'n Kangaroo says:

    If she calls the police, they’ll respond with 10 officers wearing riot gear spilling out of an military armored personnel carrier lobbing tear gas and firing rubber bullets to take her report of a stolen vehicle.

  5. My daddy was a Republican says:

    Yup, yup. Perish the thought you act up over a racist crew of cops, a local government managing the budget with ticket targets in the non-white community. It’s always OK to kill an unarmed kid – especially if he ain’t white.

    Let’s all sit back and shut up. The folks in charge know what they’re doing.

    • Jonathan says:

      Uh, he was a 300 lb. 18 year old man, who just robbed a store, but yeah, I get your point.

      I guess he was just having a bad day, and it was his
      first time.

  6. Thadco says:


    Are aware you are racist?

    • ± says:

      Definition of what is “racist”: Any action or speech which a liberal doesn’t like.

    • The Blog Whisperer says:

      Mac’s not a racist, he dislikes everyome equally.

    • Winston Smith says:

      Doesn’t surprise me that McCullough posted this. But I can’t believe Dvorak would let himself be associated with this racist shi+.

      • Jonathan says:

        Do you understand the term “situational irony”?

        Try the google.

      • NewFormatSux says:

        What is racist about posting
        The police response: “We’ll get right on that ma’am.”


  7. NewFormatSux says:

    “Officer, my car has been stolen.”
    “Well wait over here for Lt Idoant Giveadam”

  8. NewFormatSux says:

    The sign said ‘Don’t loot. It’s not looting if you steal outright, is it?’

  9. WmDE says:

    Should have kept her briefs on.

  10. NewFormatSux says:

    That Saturn is really useful for those who are being given amnesty. Theft is not reason to deport either.

  11. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist and Student of Real Politik says:

    ± completely demonstrating his inability to think says:
    11/19/2014 at 7:18 am

    Sounds like your mind is made up. /// Yes…that the cop committed some criminal act. But exactly what is open for evaluation, thats why I said he was only guilty of “something.”

    And with “facts” I never heard before. /// You got me there as I simply repeated the best case I have heard for the cop. Now…hypothetically, if you want to add that the kid had a gun he was firing at the cop, then the cop was completely justified…but that would not be reasonable as no one has said the kid had a gun or that the cop was afraid he might have one.

    ///So…don’t understand why a hypothetical is, don’t understand what reasonable means either. That two.

    What was perfectly clear is that many facts were being withheld from the public. /// Yes, thats why I framed a hypothetical: imagine whatever facts are known or reasonable from what is know: can a cop shoot an unarmed citizen 20 feet away who has his hands up in the air surrounding, or not running away from a valid command to stop?

    Eventually they will come out. /// No, they won’t. Facts are never agreed to….not “all” of them anyway. That is why HYPOTHETICALS are so important. They remove the issue of contested facts.

    That’s when someone can have an informed opinion about what happened, but it is too late for you. //// Yep, one can get so informed thats it more than ok, its JUSTIFIED that cops can kill citizens rather than arrest them for resisting arrest.

    This is what abysmal describes.

  12. John E. Quantum says:

    In the spirit of all of the over the top BS above….

    I think the car was stolen by a wanna be rapper baby daddy who was on his way to see his crack whore, but also couldn’t afford to miss the appointment with his probation officer.

  13. orchidcup says:

    Who in their right mind would own a Saturn, much less steal one?

  14. Mare Et Mare says:

    Call dispatch. Although the software app eliminates dispatch which could be a problem.

    “@PandoDaily: On stage at Goldman Sachs event, Travis Kalanick compared his company’s woes to Ferguson http://pndo.ly/1xubhdj

  15. Mare Et Mare says:

    Any actual kidnappings won’t be investigated by police. At least your car won’t get stolen. Maybe that is another promotion. Fake car thefts?

  16. Ken in Berkeley says:

    My dad had his old Saturn stolen too. When he spoke with the Sheriff Deputys he was told that there were 2 other Saturns stolen the same night in the town he lives in. Who knew. Strange…

    • NewFormatSux says:

      Maybe they use an expensive metal. I’ve seen this written about Nissans.

  17. Mr. Lucky says:

    Some car thieves pick cars they think are worth less than $1,000. That way they can avoid “grand theft auto” as a charge if they’re caught. Saturn with 250K miles – probably less than $1K.

  18. sargasso_c says:

    Women can drive in America?


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