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Dem Rep. Insults Local Police after Her Boyfriend Was Arrested

'I will never trust them again... '

(Headline USA) Rep. Katie Porter, D-Calif., reportedly insulted local police officers in California after they arrested her boyfriend for assaulting a protester at a town hall event last year.

Irvine police arrested Julian Willis, who lives with Porter according to property records, shortly after a town hall Porter hosted in 2021. Willis allegedly punched a protester after a scuffle erupted between Trump supporters and Porter’s supporters broke out. He was handed a citation for the incident, according to a police report.

Porter then confronted Irvine Mayor Farrah Khan, complaining that her boyfriend had been held accountable for his role in the fight.

“Your police force is a disgrace,” she said in a text message to Khan, according to Fox News. “I will never trust them again.”

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Porter spokesperson Jordan Wong defended the congresswoman’s comments, saying she was “upset that a planned family-friendly town hall was hijacked by extremists, who made constituents feel unsafe, including using hateful slurs in front of children.”

The radical leftist Porter, however, apparently doesn’t have any problems with her partner assaulting police. The lawless lawmaker is also under fire for allegedly soaking taxpayers to secure a sweet housing deal, despite having a net worth upwards of $2 million.

Porter, a former law professor, has also come under fire recently for requiring students at the University of California, Irvine to buy textbooks from which she earned royalty fees.

Porter earned thousands in royalty fees between 2016 and 2017 from her academic books with publishing company Wolters Kluwer, according to Fox News. She also earned $7,795 in “publishing royalties” in her financial disclosure for 2018. She also reported receiving $1-$200 in royalties from Stanford University Press for an academic book she authored.

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