Woman attempts to drive GOP congressman off road over health care vote: police
A Tennessee woman hated that her congressman voted for the controversial Republican health care bill in the House of Representatives, authorities say.
So Wendi Wright tried to run Rep. David Kustoff, R-Tenn., off the road after he left a town hall meeting at the University of Tennessee at Martin, they said.
The Weakley County Sheriff's Department said Wright tailed the car carrying Kustoff. At some point, the congressman and his aide became afraid and worried that Wright wanted to force them off the road.
They then turned into a driveway and stopped. That's where Wright got out, screamed at the congressman and struck the windows of his vehicle, even reaching inside the car, the sheriff's department said.