Journalist Claims She Was Racially Profiled By Police. Then the Cops Showed the Video

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by Sheri Urban

Jenni Monet, a self-styled “award-winning journalist” and “Native American activist,” claimed she was racially profiled both at a New Mexico liquor store and by responding police officers and was the victim of police brutality.

She then told local media she was hiring a lawyer and going to sue them.

Too bad for her, it was all caught on video.

Released surveillance video from the night of her arrest for aggravated DWI in Santa Fe, captures the other side of the story, which includes Monet making obscene gestures at liquor store employees and angrily screaming obscenities at law enforcement.

Court documents obtained by KRQE News 13 say the journalist was turned away by a liquor store in Santa Fe when she tried to buy two bottles of wine while allegedly appearing to be drunk.

According to surveillance video obtained by the news network, Monet pulls up to the store and goes inside, but is refused service. “She then went back out to her car before she went back inside, and started screaming and making obscene gestures toward the staff.”


Footage from the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Department, which was also obtained by KRQE News 13, captured the activist’s seemingly belligerent behavior.


Despite clear evidence of her unhinged behavior, Monet is sticking to her story — even threatening to sue KRQE News 13 for daring to even cover the story!

“I am one of a majority of people who are victimized by this kind of racial profiling that exists on a daily basis,” Monet told KRQE News 13 after speaking at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe.

Liberalism truly is a mental disorder.


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