48-year-old Democrat MI State Representative Rebekah Warren was caught on a police officer’s dashcam swerving in her vehicle from the center lane to the outside lane where she hit the median wall and bounced back onto the road.

Rep. Warren is pictured below with Michigan’s Democrat Governor, Gretchen Whitmer, who’s been chosen by the Democrat Party to give the official Democrat response to President Trump’s State Of The Union speech on Tuesday night.

Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Democrat Representative Rebekah Warren

The video shows an Auburn Hills, MI police officer questioning Warren, who claims she only had three drinks. When asked when she had the drinks, the Democrat Representative responded, “A minute ago.”

Detroit Free Press – The video, obtained by WXYZ (Channel 7) through a public records request, captures the representative, D-Ann Arbor, swerving before hitting the guardrail as the police vehicle approached.

Officers asked Warren to perform a standard field sobriety test, which she fails. She then refused a field breathalyzer test. Warren was taken to a hospital nearby for a blood alcohol test, which showed her blood alcohol content was .212, nearly three times the legal 0.08 limit, according to WXYZ.


“You don’t understand, I’m elected. I’m a senator. People will be, like, the senator got arrested. That’ll be, like, (expletive). This is going to be the most famous arrest you’ve ever made,” Warren can be heard saying in the video.

After putting everyone’s lives in danger around her, Warren attempted to paint herself as a victim, as she admonished the lawmakers saying, “You have a lot of friends with you. I am the only lady here. I am the only lady. There are a bunch of guys and I’m all alone.”

The Democrat lawmaker can also be seen complaining about having to perform the sobriety test with 5″ heels, asking the male police officer if he could do the same thing?

Warren was also heard bragging about her status in her Ann Arbor, MI community.

In the next video, Warren can be seen in the back seat of the police officers’ vehicle with her hands cuffed behind her back, yammering about the end of her career, while calling herself a “senator,” when in fact, she’s a state representative.

“You don’t understand, I’m elected. I’m a senator. People will be, like, ‘The senator got arrested”. Warren also says: ‘Do you understand, there’s going to be a moment that we’re both going to be on TV. It’s going to be, like, the senator from Ann Arbor’s career is over. This is like career-ending for me.”


The Daily Mail reports, Warren asked the police officer, “Who are all these people?’

The cop explains they’re fellow officers making sure they’re both safe.

‘But who’s taking videos of this? Because at some point, everyone wants to take videos of this, but, like, one, two, three, four. You have four friends. I’m all alone,’ Warren goes on. ‘All of a sudden, you have five friends and I’m all alone. I kind of want to call some of my friends.’

She later adds: ‘You have a lot of friends with you. I am the only lady here. I am the only lady. There are a bunch of guys and I’m all alone.’

Warren is heard complaining about her treatment as she sits handcuffed in the back of the Auburn Hills cop car.

Warren is irritable as she tells the officer she should not have to have her hands restrained because she was not behaving aggressively.

She comments: ‘I’m gonna put that on my list of things I should work on if I ever get the chance to actually fix my career. I’m not going to get the chance but that’s okay.

The arrest took place on December 26, 2019.

Lab tests released on January 6 showed Warren’s BAC and she was charged under Michigan’s ‘Super Drunk’ law.

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