Idiot Held At Gunpoint After Burglarizing House — Tries Pulling Rank Because He’s The MAYOR

Written by Wes Walker on July 10, 2023

It’s not every day you get to meet the mayor of your town, much less in your own home — without him being invited in.

There are some situations in which the ‘do you know who I am’ line might work. Maybe an ER surgeon being written up for a parking ticket, or a music mogul told to wait in line at a club.

If you’re a lesser politician, like a mayor, you might even be so bold as to press your luck in getting a table at an exclusive restaurant.

But getting caught red-handed in the middle of a felony? Yelling ‘Don’t you know who the f**k I am’ might not be your best course of action. Especially when the homeowner you’ve just pissed off has a gun trained on you.

When the unnamed homeowner got an early-morning notification that someone was on his property, the homeowner got up to investigate.

The homeowner describes a situation in which he watched as a man walked up his driveway, toward his lake house. At this point, the homeowner called the police.

Some time later, the intruder exited the lake house again, only to discover the homeowner was now facing him with his gun and telling him to ‘stay put’.

Kamau allegedly then screamed at the homeowner, “Do you know who the f*ck I am? I’m the mayor, and I’ll wait for my police to get here and see what happens then.”

Kamau reportedly told authorities he was heading toward the dog park but detoured to see his dream home. The mayor reportedly told police he knew he was trespassing and that when he exited the home the homeowner allegedly said to him, “No, motherfucker, you stay right there.”

Kamau then alleged he tried to identify himself to the homeowner but the victim alleged cocked his gun and said, “If you take another step, I’m going to shoot you.” — DailyCaller

‘His’ police did eventually arrive. They confirmed the intruder really was South Fulton Mayor Khalid Kamau.

‘His police’ then gave him a free ride in a police car and a private demonstration of what the process of getting a trespass and burglary charge looks like from the offender’s perspective.

You’re probably wondering ‘now what’?  The city has released a statement:

Because of Kamau’s arrest, it was unclear if the City of South Fulton Mayor Pro Tempore would assume office, however, the city released a statement on Sunday confirming Kamau would continue to serve as mayor.

“The City of South Fulton remains dedicated to serving its residents by providing a safe and prosperous community for all, even amidst recent allegations involving Mayor Khalid Kamau. We understand the concerns raised and want to assure our citizens that the city’s operations and commitment to transparent governance are unwavering.

Sharon D. Subadan, Interim City Manager, stated, “The City of South Fulton is focused on serving our community. We will continue to ensure that our operations are conducted with the highest standards.”

The mayor has returned home, and we anticipate his return to service for the city. We kindly request that you keep the mayor, council, and the entire city in your thoughts and prayers.” — Yahoo

The poor misunderstood soul apparently believes himself to be ‘persecuted’, seeing as his social media post invoked Christ’s words from the Sermon on the mount ‘blessed are the persecuted’.

“Hey y’all i’m good. i’m free,” Kamau wrote on Facebook alongside a graphic of the Bible verse Matthew 5:10. “God is still using me. Stay tuned.”
Kamau previously served on the city council since 2017 and is a self-proclaimed Black Lives Matter activist. — Washington Examiner

Oh. Black Lives Matters activist? So, he supports the secular marxist political agitation group, and wants to throw in a little casual blasphemy of Christ while he’s at it?

How very on-brand. Did he light a St. George Floyd candle at the same time?

Persecution and prosecution are worlds apart, chump.

Someone really should explain the difference.

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