Really people? Yes, it's obvious she is a public servant and your tax dollars (less than a dollar when you figure the number of citizens, gov't employees, blah blah blah) pay her salary. She was on duty and was cleared by paramedics; assured it was a one time event. Anyone miss that? It means neither she (nor others) could know if was going to happen again. For all the do gooders crying about impairment, unless they specified that she was using medications (which they did not), for all you know it could have been a seizure/blood sugar drop/etc. They didn't say this was a preexisting medical condition so it could have come out of the blue, so to speak. Yes, it's more in the spotlight since what she does, that will never change. But come on, let's hold judgement until more facts come out.
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