The Democratic candidate to the Democratic Congress discovered that the insulting district was running to represent

Democratic congressional candidate Steven Lamar Foster, 61, was convicted of driving under the influence of Dalton, Georgia

Democratic congressional candidate Steven Lamar Foster, 61, was convicted of driving under the influence of Dalton, Georgia

Democratic congressional candidate Steven Lamar Foster, 61, was convicted of driving under the influence of Dalton, Georgia

A Democratic candidate for Congress mocked hating the county he is now running to represent, as he was arrested for drunken driving in Georgia.

Steven Lamar Foster, 61, was arrested on September 23 last year and held nothing when the police handcuffed him.

The new footage from the police monitoring camera reveals how Foster insulted Whitfield County, where he worked for more than a decade. Six months later he launched a campaign to represent the district.

"Eleven years I served in this county. I hate this county. I prayed to God that I would curse him. And guess what? He did it, "he said in the video of the arrest.

"Man, I saw him beat and curse, and I saw people fired left and right: whites, I hate this county …" he added.

The police footage of his arrest reveals how he insulted Whitfield County by saying: "Eleven years served in this county. I hate this county I prayed to God to curse him & # 39;

The police footage of his arrest reveals how he insulted Whitfield County by saying: "Eleven years served in this county. I hate this county I prayed to God to curse him & # 39;

The police footage of his arrest reveals how he insulted Whitfield County by saying: "Eleven years served in this county. I hate this county I prayed to God to curse him & # 39;

He was arrested on September 23, 2017 for driving without the headlights and was cited a DUI, in the photo above taking a sobriety field test.

He was arrested on September 23, 2017 for driving without the headlights and was cited a DUI, in the photo above taking a sobriety field test.

He was arrested on September 23, 2017 for driving without the headlights and was cited a DUI, in the photo above taking a sobriety field test.

The video shows Foster counting in Spanish while the officers ask him to walk in a straight line, talk about his time in South America and ask for blood samples to be sent to the CIA.

"Go ahead, I've pinched you before by the Colombian police. I've been in jail in six damn countries and in the state of Mississippi, "he told the officers asking for blood samples to be taken.

Later in the video he calls the cops & # 39; Barneys & # 39; saying they would not try to arrest Arabs or Hispanics.

"It's okay, they can not help it." They are not going to arrest any Hispanic. They're not going to arrest someone who's a fucking Arab. They're not going to do that … "he says as they place him in his handcuffed car.

In one part of the two-hour detention clip he says: "I'll never drink in Dalton, Georgia, again."

Despite his shocking comments, he remains on the ballot.

"I would not have taken this to trial if I had thought I would be found guilty." I have no comment to do anything other than that. He is still in the race. He seems more determined than ever to continue, "Dan Lovingwood, president of the Democratic Fourteenth Congressional District, told the Daily Daily-Citizen News.

While the police were talking to him, Foster insisted on a breathalyzer, demanded that his blood samples be sent to the CIA, and counted in Spanish while taking the sobriety test in the field.

While the police were talking to him, Foster insisted on a breathalyzer, demanded that his blood samples be sent to the CIA, and counted in Spanish while taking the sobriety test in the field.

While the police were talking to him, Foster insisted on a breathalyzer, demanded that his blood samples be sent to the CIA, and counted in Spanish while taking the sobriety test in the field.

After he was arrested, he shouted: "They are not going to arrest any Hispanic." They are not going to arrest someone who is a damn Arab & # 39;

After he was arrested, he shouted: "They are not going to arrest any Hispanic." They are not going to arrest someone who is a damn Arab & # 39;

After he was arrested, he shouted: "They are not going to arrest any Hispanic." They are not going to arrest someone who is a damn Arab & # 39;

About six months after his arrest, he announced that he would run for Congress, but was forced to take a break from the campaign after a jury convicted him of driving under the influence on Monday.

The former Dalton doctor is currently being held without bail while waiting for a sentencing hearing next week. I could face 10 days to a year behind bars.

The night of his arrest, Foster was arrested by police for driving his silver Mercedes without lights in Dalton, near the Georgia-Tennessee state border.

According to a police report, Foster underwent a blood alcohol test immediately before the officers suggested the need for one.

"Steven made the statement that he had not been drunk since 1981 and that he could give him a breath test if he wanted to," the report says.

"I asked Steven why he should have a breath test."

It was reported that Foster told the officer that he had consumed two or three beers about three hours before.

His arrest video shows the 61 year old swinging and stumbling during a sobriety test in the field.

Foster announced his attempt to occupy a congressional seat in the 14th district of northwestern Georgia, about six months after his arrest for DUI last fall.

Foster announced his attempt to occupy a congressional seat in the 14th district of northwestern Georgia, about six months after his arrest for DUI last fall.

Foster announced his attempt to occupy a congressional seat in the 14th district of northwestern Georgia, about six months after his arrest for DUI last fall.

Foster is photographed with a group of students during a March For Our Lives event earlier this year

Foster is photographed with a group of students during a March For Our Lives event earlier this year

Foster is photographed with a group of students during a March For Our Lives event earlier this year

According to reports, the former doctor owned an urgent care center in Dalton for three decades

According to reports, the former doctor owned an urgent care center in Dalton for three decades

According to reports, the former doctor owned an urgent care center in Dalton for three decades

Foster accepted a breath test, which showed that his blood alcohol content was .103, well above the legal limit of .08.

Foster ran for a congressional seat in the 14th district of northwestern Georgia, of which Whitfield County is a part, challenging Republican Representative Tom Graves.

Even without a criminal conviction, Foster would consider himself a risky candidate for the congressional seat in the dark red district that was easily carried by Donald Trump in 2016.

Foster is running against incumbent Republican Representative Tom Graves, who has occupied the seat in the district in dark red since 2010

Foster is running against incumbent Republican Representative Tom Graves, who has occupied the seat in the district in dark red since 2010

Foster is running against incumbent Republican Representative Tom Graves, who has occupied the seat in the district in dark red since 2010

Graves has occupied the seat since 2010, unopposed in the last two elections and easily defeating a Democratic challenger with 73 percent of the vote in 2012.

Foster signed up to challenge Graves in March, almost six months after his arrest for DUI last fall.

The Foster campaign website laments the voters' distrust of the government, and especially does not trust our congressmen & # 39;.

Foster described himself as an "enterprising doctor" in his qualification documentation for the Congress race.

The local press reports that he is a former military doctor, family doctor and surgeon. He has also owned the Dalton MedNow urgent care center for almost three decades.

State records indicate that Foster's medical license expired at the end of 2003.

The Joint State Board of Medical Examiners indefinitely suspended Foster's medical license in October 2002, alleging concern that "he could not practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety for patients due to a psychiatric disorder."

Court documents indicate that Foster has no prior DUI offense, and in the state of Georgia drunk driving counts as a misdemeanor until the fourth offense.

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