Woman Who Threw a Shoe at Hillary Clinton Is From Phoenix

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Roger H. Goun


The woman who chucked a shoe at Hillary Clinton during a speech in Las Vegas has been identified as a Phoenix resident.

Police say 36-year-old Alison Michelle Ernst was the one who threw the shoe at Clinton, although Clinton was able to dodge it.

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According to the Las Vegas Sun, she didn't give any explanation for what she'd done, and wasn't even supposed to be there to begin with -- she had apparently slipped past security at the event, which was hosted by a trade organization.

Maricopa County and state court records don't reveal any criminal history on Ernst, but she does have a fairly extensive history of traffic infractions, including multiple charges of driving on a suspended license.

Her address during her last run-in with traffic cops, back in 2010, was listed in Peoria.

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Alison Michelle Ernst.
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Federico Flores Menèndez
Federico Flores Menèndez

This shoe-thrower woman is a true representation of the culture and ethics of Arizona's rednecks. the wild animals of the jungles have better behavior!

Jeremie Lederman
Jeremie Lederman

we need to get a kickstarted going for Alison so that she might have a lifetime supply of foot ware. Her generosity should not go unrewarded.

Lucia Perry
Lucia Perry

Ah, Phoenix. Crazy ladies! Out of my town! My family was here first!

Mike Cline
Mike Cline

Her mentality represents her beliefs well.

Johnny Rychlicki III
Johnny Rychlicki III

Did they charge Reagan with treason when the American embassy in Beruit was bombed? Idiot.

Greg Guerrero
Greg Guerrero

Isn't throwing a shoe at a dictator an insult worldwide?...... No more illuminati

Sladjan Kovacevic
Sladjan Kovacevic

Hillary stop working as a politician...that's a big shame to get a shoe.

Joe Rollins
Joe Rollins

If she hires everyone that worked for Bill, we will have a balanced budget again. That certainly can't be a bad thing.

Marshall Wilmot
Marshall Wilmot

Let's see, I'm not obscenely wealthy so the GOP wants nothing to do with me. Yep, I'm voting for Hillary.

timdlittle
timdlittle

If the GOP hates gays so much how come they got a transsexual to throw a shoe at HIllery?

Neil A Schneider
Neil A Schneider

She has been "identified" … But I find it VERY interesting that nobody in the news media has talked to this woman yet… (or have I just missed that?) This incident screams of a publicity stunt to me. Come on New Times… Why don't you find and talk to her?

Joe Kennedy
Joe Kennedy

Bengahzi, Bengahzi, Bengahzi. Nothing more than a right-wing talking point. How about bitching about the 13 embassies that got attacked under the last administration?

Christian Paul
Christian Paul

I hope they charge hillary with treason for Benghazi .

Christian Paul
Christian Paul

She will never be president obama has done moee then enough damage. America will be done if back to back marxist get elected

Doug Cleland
Doug Cleland

only an idiot from Phoenix Arizona would be that classless to harass the next president of the United states.

valleynative
valleynative topcommenter

@timdlittle  

For that to make sense, even as a joke, you would have to believe that "the GOP" is a monolithic group of people that all hate and love the same things, and who control the actions of everybody who dislikes Hillary.

Have you been conned into believing in a boogeyman?

 

timdlittle
timdlittle

@valleynative @timdlittle  I think the GOP is a hate filled group controlled by dirty money and Theist nut bags. Much more scary then the Boogeyman.

timdlittle
timdlittle

@valleynative @timdlittle  I see the "boogeyman" every day in the valley. He's disguised as tea party slobs, bribe taking GOP theists. and various MCreligons here in the Valley.

timdlittle
timdlittle

@fishingblues @timdlittle  wow, name calling. You are the man. For mindless arguments and GOP quackery. And Ill be happy to show you my balls if you wanna see em up close. But I know you closeted tea party yahoo's like to keep that stuff on the down low.

fishingblues
fishingblues topcommenter

@timdlittle @fishingblues  


Little diddle doesn't like to be corrected.  Spoiled little bitch.


Once again, from where did you derive the KKK reference?  Or are you a typical dumb-ass liberal who throws shit and has no backup, no balls and no basis in reality?     



fishingblues
fishingblues topcommenter

@timdlittle @fishingblues  I'm sure you meant an editor (not "a editor").


It is obvious you are illiterate as well as not very intelligent, but let me ask you:

Where did you get the KKK reference?


Seriously diddle, if you are going to attempt to communicate with normal people, you should learn English grammar and sentence structure.  

timdlittle
timdlittle

@DanMitchell  I could give a sh*t less what any one who is any part of the GOP has to say. My money and time goes towards helping get as many GOP affiliated politicians out of office as I can. The GOP is a social illness that needs to be cured.

DanMitchell
DanMitchell

@valleynative @timdlittleYou can keep arguing this, but the GOP these days IS pretty monolithic. That's the whole problem, in fact.

That doesn't mean every single Republican thinks exactly the same way on every single issue, but that's not what you're arguing.

When a Republican veers even slightly off course, he or she is cast out of the party. See: Crist, Charlie.

I mean, who are you kidding? Yourself, apparently. But nobody else.

valleynative
valleynative topcommenter

@timdlittle  

The GOP is actually a lot of individuals with different values and beliefs.  Many of the GOP leaders fit your description, but that's because we have a badly flawed election system that only allows most people to choose between the Republican who could raise the most money and the Democrat who could raise the most money.


valleynative
valleynative topcommenter

@timdlittle @valleynative 

The GOP is not a monolithic entity.  There is no "you guys".   That's like saying that "you voters in Maricopa County" need to stop re-electing Arpaio.  There is no single point of control from which to do what you're asking.


valleynative
valleynative topcommenter

@timdlittle @valleynative 

That's exactly what I thought.   You should try to recognize that those are all separate groups of individuals.  Not all Republicans are religious nuts.  Not all hate the federal government.   

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