San Diego cops respond to a noise complaint with eight patrol cars and a helicopter.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that a fundraiser for Francine Busby, who previously ran for the deeply-Republican Fiftieth District and came close to winning in the 2006 special election and subsequent regular election, was raided by sheriffs after an unnamed neighbor made a noise complaint. Busby now calls it a "phony" noise complaint, and the article says that multiple neighbors said there was no great noise at all.Everybody knows that you need plenty of backup when you go bust up lesbian parties. Lesbians are notorious rioters and might rampage through the neighborhood ruining traditional marriage (between a man and a woman, and a woman from Argentina) unless they are stopped!!
Here's the twist: The fundraiser was hosted by a lesbian couple, and shortly before the sheriffs came a particular neighbor had shouted anti-gay slurs at the assembled crowd. "It was a quiet home reception, disrupted by a vulgar person shouting obscenities from behind the bushes," Busby says.
As one neighbor told the paper: "We didn't hear anything until the sheriff came, with eight patrol cars and a helicopter."
I'm surprised nobody got tasered.
Pictured: A small group of angry lesbians prepare to go on rampage, intent on destroying traditional marriage.