On Monday night, a New York radio host streamed herself saying “F*** the police,” and drinking. Shortly thereafter she hopped into her Volkswagen even though her license was suspended and she hit a cop directing traffic, an accident that led to the officer’s death. She then drove away very quickly but was later picked up and charged in the killing of Anastasios Tsakos.
On her “Face the Reality” radio show, Jessica Beauvais, 32, posted a video nearly two hours long in which she spoke about the Chauvin trial saying:
“This week we are going to talk about the ignorance that was the Derek Chauvin trial — or the ignorance that is essentially just is this f***ing justice system,” and played the song “F**k Tha Police,” by N.W. A. Like NWA say about the police – if you’re going to kill me, at least I get to take someone with me. I’m one of those people. If I’m going to go, someone is coming.”
Throughout the video, she can be seen vaping and drinking some kind of dark liquid. Police say she later admitted to guzzling down vodka before the incident.
It will be interesting to see if she is charged with a hate crime since she was disparaging the police before she ran an officer down.
The two circumstances would seem to be related unless she was just really drunk. But since she is Black and the officer was white, the lamestream media will not be playing it up.
“What happened to fighting?” she asked, according to the outlet. “I grew up on fighting. I like to fight. My hands and my feet and teeth. It does something for me — what does it do for you? F***ing people up never stopped being a thing. Shooting people is still whack. It means you can’t fight. It means you’re a cop.”
After signing off around 2 a.m. by saying, “F*** the police. F*** them,” Beauvais drove onto the Long Island Expressway, according to the criminal complaint, where Anastasios Tsakos, 43, was redirecting traffic after a separate fatal car accident.
“Tsakos was in full reflective gear, next to a marked police car with flashing lights and a series of cones,” ABC 7 reported. “Authorities say she blew a .15 BAC, nearly double the legal limit, more than two hours after the incident.”
According to court documents, Beauvais stated, “I did hear a thump, so I knew I hit something but I didn’t see what it was.”