Wednesday, August 7, 2013

A Case for Immigration and Welfare Reform All Rolled Into One

Vivencia Bellegarde, 25, of Everett Massachusetts managed to make a case for both immigration and welfare reform in one fell swoop at 3:13 am Monday morning, August 5.

Bellegarde is accused of drunk driving and forcing a Boston Globe delivery truck off Route 93 and sending it crashing 40 feet off the highway to the road below. The driver, Paul J. Healy, Jr. suffered multiple injuries in the crash. Thankfully, Healy is listed in fair condition which is amazing considering the fall he took.

Here's a video taken from a traffic camera

Let's just take some excerpts from The Boston Herald and The Boston Globe and let them speak for themselves.

From The Boston Globe story:
A woman whose car allegedly struck a Boston Globe delivery truck and sent it plummeting off Interstate 93 on Monday swore at a trooper, threatened him with a voodoo curse, and said she didn’t care about the seriously injured driver, a State Police report on the crash said.
Vivencia Bellegarde, 25, of Everett told a trooper that she did not care about hitting Paul J. Healy Jr.’s truck because he wasn’t dead, saying all she cared about was smoking a cigarette, according to the report.
From The Boston Herald story:
A Cadillac-driving OUI suspect — charged with running a Boston Globe delivery truck off Interstate 93 and onto the Leverett Connector — was carrying three EBT cards, mocked a cop “for paying for food when she gets it for free” and threatened to put a voodoo curse on him, according to a police report.
“I questioned her as to why she had other peoples (sic) EBT cards and she 
began screaming that I was a ‘dumb (expletive)’ for paying for food when she gets it for free,” trooper William Koko­cinski wrote of Vivencia 
Bellegarde, 25, of Everett, noting she had her own electronic benefits transfer card and also the cards of two other people.

Both stories confirm that Bellegarde swore at the trooper who arrested her, called him a racist and had 3 EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) cards in her possession. Only one of the cards were issued to her. She was also driving a 2006 Cadillac DTS, which according to could be valued at about $10,0000-12,000.

(We've addressed EBT in a previous story here)

Now a $10,000 or $12,000 car is not outrageous by any stretch of the imagination for someone to drive who might be at a lower income level, BUT a Cadillac DTS for someone who is unemployed and on benefits who proudly proclaims that she gets her food for free, sends another message:

2006 Cadillac DTS Performance 4dr Sedan
Not a bad ride

 More from the Herald:
Bellegarde’s driving record
 includes 10 suspensions, many for failing to pay citations. Last year, her license was suspended for 30 days in connection with a first-offense drunken-driving charge in Lincoln from September 2011. Her license will be suspended for three years because she refused a Breathalyzer test in Monday’s crash, according to the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
A real class act, this one

Bellegard is quoted in the Herald story as telling Massachusetts State Trooper William Kokocinski to "Google her name and find out who I was (expletive) with".

Well, let's see what a Google search turns up. Of course, the actions from Monday have rocketed up the charts, but there is one interesting link:

The site is called GuiltByAssociation.

MENSA members need not apply looks like yet another in the growing line of vacuous social media sites where numbskulls post photos and make themselves look even more stupid than they are. Which is quite an accomplishment.

Bellegrade, according to the trooper's statement is a native of Haiti. I'm sure she went through all the proper channels of immigration to come here and not work and receive benefits.

 I'm sure that alcohol fueld Ms. Bellegard's bravado by her actions and words, but isn't it interesting that she gave us these parting words of wisdom:

She told Trooper Kokocinski that "she was coming for all you white [expletives].

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