The woman was also disabled and had a handicap placard hanging from her mirror when god told the tow truck driver to leave her stranded.
WLOS — GREENVILLE, S.C. — A tow truck driver refused to a help a customer stranded on Interstate 26 in Asheville on Monday.
“Something came over me, I think the Lord came to me, and he just said get in the truck and leave,” said Ken Shupe of Shupee Max Towing in Traveler’s Rest, S.C.. “And when I got in my truck, you know, I was so proud, because I felt like I finally drew a line in the sand and stood up for what I believed.”
Motorist Cassy McWade says she was in a car accident, and the family called their regular mechanic to drive about 45 minutes north in order to tow her home to Traveler’s Rest from the side of the Interstate. He wasn’t able to make the trip, so McWade says he called Shupe.
He arrived after about an hour and began the process of towing the vehicle.
“He goes around back and comes back and says ‘I can’t tow you.’ My first instinct was there must be something wrong with the car,” McWade told News 13 on Wednesday. “And he says, ‘No, you’re a Bernie supporter.’ And I was like wait, really? And he says, ‘Yes ma’am,’ and just walks away.”
Eater explains the many, many facets of this tweet which are wrong:
There are a few things the presumptive Republican nominee should consider. Cinco de Mayo is strictly a Mexican holiday; it’s not celebrated in any other Hispanic countries. Also, Cinco de Mayo is probably a bigger deal for white American frat bros, who use it as an excuse to pound Jose Cuervo shots and Corona Lights. In Mexico, it’s primarily recognized in the state of Puebla and isn’t a huge deal throughout the rest of the country. So the Donald is using a holiday to pander to a bunch of people who don’t care about it.
The taco bowl — or burrito bowl or any other type of Tex-Mex bowl — is an American invention. This won’t be found in a Hispanic grandmother’s kitchen.
Oh yeah, and since Trump is the presumptive nominee, he now gets daily CIA classified briefings:
That last one is easy to overlook, but it’s quite important. Federal officials – non-partisan, career personnel – begin a process every four years of preparing would-be presidents for their prospective responsibilities.
And that means, among other things, classified intelligence briefings, which Trump is eager to receive. By some accounts, Obama administration officials have already begun preparations to provide regular updates to both parties’ presidential nominees, including Trump, with sensitive national security information.
And this opens the door to some interesting possibilities.
TPM’s Josh Marshall noted, for example, that Trump will be receiving classified CIA briefings while his campaign chief “works for pro-Putin Russian oligarchs.” Won’t that be interesting.