Hillary bus craps in Georgia

A Democratic National Committee bus emblazoned with Hillary Clinton insignia spewed raw sewage and human feces all over the road after the bus inexplicably stopped in front of an auto parts store in Lawrenceville, Georgia and literally let it rip. A hazmat team soon declared the scene a biohazard.

hillary-bus-sewag“I’m sitting here in my store, and I look out the window, and I see this RV turn up,” Mike Robins, manager of O’Reilly Autoparts, tells Heat Street. “It says ‘Hillary and Kaine,’ has their pictures on the side. I was going to go out and take a picture when a guy got out of the bus, walked midway, pushed a lever, and right before I knew it, they were dumping all their raw sewage.”

Robins says he watched aghast—and then started snapping photos. “It was just right there, side of the street, dumping,” he says. “They just turned that lever and let it rip.”

 Robins tried to call the health department. They didn’t answer, so he called a friend in the police department, who promptly alerted others in the city. Before long, the fire department and a hazmat team arrived.

Authorities considered it a biohazard, Robins says, and they couldn’t spray it down the storm drain, so they swept it up in red bags. Police reported a pile of waste, toilet paper and a foul smell, WBS-TV Atlanta reported.

“I just can’t believe they did that,” Robin says. “Anybody. You just can’t believe anyone would do that. You see it in a comedy movie in TV, but you don’t think you’d see anyone do that in real life. … It’s not like they don’t have enough money to go to the reclaim basin, hook up and dispose of it properly. One of my customers said, ‘Well, she’s been crapping on us all these years, what are you surprised with?’”

In a statement to local press, the DNC called the incident “an honest mistake,” apologizing and vowing to work with state and local authorities to fix any problems.

Texas death blamed on Bush’s chicken strips

Campylobacter bacteria in chicken strips from a Bush’s Chicken outlet in Killeen, Texas killed a man after weeks of pain, his widow claims in court.

Angela Scurry sued 38th Street Chicken LLC dba Bush’s Chicken and the franchisor, Hammock Partners LLC, in Travis County Court.

Scurry and her late husband Morris bought chicken strips at Bush’s driver-through window on Nov. 27, 2012, she says in the lawsuit. Morris ate some immediately and the bush's.chickenrest later that night.

At 3 a.m. on Nov. 28, he awakened her with the sound of his vomiting and diarrhea, which continued for three hours.

Later that day, Morris “collapsed inside the home,” and she found him “on the floor writhing in pain.”

He was hospitalized in intense pain and “diagnosed with an infection caused by the Campylobacter bacteria,” his widow says. “During his hospital stay, decedent suffered a cardiac arrest as a result of the infection and was on the verge of dying, but was resuscitated.”

Angela Scurry claims that Bell County Health District inspection records show the defendant Bush’s outlet has a record of improper cooking temperatures, cross-contamination and other violations that could cause bacteria growth.     

The defendants did not immediately respond to a request for comment Tuesday evening.
Founded in Waco in 1996, the fried chicken chain has, according to Courthouse News Service,  a cult-like following in Texas, particularly among alumni of Baylor University.